Clubs will have received the notification and agenda for forthcoming meeting from Pauline .In addition to the agenda some further information has been sent by email for consideration prior to the meeting.
These documents can be found by clicking the links below.
Summary of proposals
Detail of rule changes
Please find time to look at these proposals and make your Club’s views known at the meeting.
East Wavertree won the first Eric Worthington Plate trophy when they defeated Maghull 94 games to 68.5.
Palmerston maintained their stranglehold on the Brockbank Trophy when they defeated Campion 4-1.
The win caps a successful season for Palmerston having already won the mens section A and Fairlawn Trophy.
Palmerston and Campion will continue their rivalry when the clubs meet once again in the Brockbank final.
The final will be played at Palmerston on Saturday 30th August
Palmerston retained their hold on the final trophy in a closely fought final with Waterloo. Waterloo hosted the final and pushed the holders all the way eventually losing out 5-3.
The finalists in the Eric Worthington plate are Maghull and East Wavertree. The final will be played at Maghull on Sunday 31st August.
As you will see from the tables we are still missing a few important results, can you get them to me a soon as possible if you know them. You can email me at email@example.com, thanks, Jamie
Week 13 (with several results missing) are now available, please get the cards in asa quickly as possible, thanks, Jamie Semple
The Eric Worthington Plate is a handicap competition and is played by those clubs knocked out (except those giving walkovers to their opponents) of the Fairlawn Trophy in either round 1 or 2.
First Round Draw:
Campion (SCR) v Bye
Aughton (+60) v East Wavertree (+15)
Bohemians (+25) v Maghull (+20)
Cressington (+30) v David Lloyd Speke (+10)
(Ties to be played by 27th July)
The rules for this competition can be found here.
We are now entering the second half of the season and there is plenty to play for.
Mens A – Palmerston and Campion at the top have identical records.
Mens B – East Wavertree lead the way with Waterloo, Cressington and Palmerston challenging for 2nd place
Mens C – Looks like a thre horse race between Aughton, Rainford and East Wavertree
Mens D – Is very close with 3 points seaparating the top four
Mens E – Is again very close w3ith 4 points between the top four
Mens F – Trinity lead the way with Blundellsands, Maghull and Palmerston fighting for 2nd place.
Mens G – Another 4 horse race with 5 points seaparating the top four
Mens H – Looks like a two horse race between Carlton an DL-Speke
Mens I – Another four horse race with 4.5 points separating the top four
Mens J – A two horse race between Crsssington and Formby
Ladies A – This will be one of the closest finishes ever with 3.5 points between the top five
Ladies B – A four horse race with 4.5 points separating the top four
Ladies C – Again only 4.5 points between the top four
Ladies D – Aughton lead the way with only 1.5 points separating the next four teams
Ladies E – Rainford lead the way with 1.5 points separating the next three