Honiton Skittle League Presentation Night a huge hit

PUBLISHED: 07:25 06 June 2018

Honiton Skittle League men's singles champion Brian Painter

Honiton Skittle League men's singles champion Brian Painter

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The Honiton Skittle League league’s Presentation night took place at the Con Club.

Honiton Skittles League ladies singles winner Faye PyeHoniton Skittles League ladies singles winner Faye Pye

The evening started with the Chris Binmore Memorial Trophy and this was followed by the presentation of trophies.

Winners and runners up were:-

Men’s singles: Winner - Brian Painter (Woodpeckers); Runner-up - Dave Drew (Scruffs)

Ladies singles: Winner - Faye Pye (Shell’s Belles); Runner-up - Michelle Bourne (Volliers)

Open pairs: Winners - Alan Hayes and Francis Spiller (Vine A); Runners-up - Jerry White and Luke Smith (Workies B)

Ladies pairs: Winners - Faye Pye and Lolly Pye (Shell’s Belles); Runners-up – Michelle Larcombe and Jasmine Larcombe (Shell’s Belles)

Knockout Cup: Winners - Tuckers A; Runners-up – Offwell

Division One: Winners – Scruffs; Runners-up – Cricketers; Motel Cup winners – Scruffs; Runners-up - Three Tuns A

Division Two: Winners – Cpasters; Runners-up – Con Raiders; President’s Cup winners - Tiger Volunteers; Runners-up - Shell’s Belles

Division Three: Winners – Tother Lot; Runners-up Workies B;

John Ritchie Cup winners – Volliers; Runners-up – Workies B

Paul Spiller Memorial Shield for Captains: Winner - Malcolm Wakley (Offwell); Runner-up - Mark Panizzi (Coasters)

Chris Binmore Memorial Trophy (top 16 away averages): Winner - Paul Marshallsay (Sidmouth Arms); Runner-up - Richard Hooper (Vine B)

Highest Away Individual Score (Ladies): Jasmine Larcombe (Shell’s Belles) and Lauren Wilson (Allsorts). 72

Highest Away Individual Score (Men): Tom Pettitt (Drewe Arms) 92

A reminder that the league’s AGM will be held at the Con Club on Wednesday, June 27, with an 8pm start.


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