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Badminton Report

Mon, 25 Nov 2013

Mixed Leagues


League 1


Celton Fencibles A 9 Microgaming Marown A 13


League 3


Tynwald Celts A 11 Duncan Lawrie Selborne C 10


CuPlas St Ninans B 10 Citywing Vikings B 9


League 4


Celtic Gold Peel A 9 Celton Fencibles C 9


Fencibles won second mens in two games with Ian Barnes and Brendan Goh beating Liam Reynolds and David Craine.  Second womens went to Peel with Alison Craine and Emma Simons (making her debut for the A team) beating Christine Houghton and Fiona Christian.  Peel’s first mens then won in three with Stuart Gell and Darren Irving coming back from a game down to beat Brian Purdy and Mark Quayle.  Peel’s first women then won in two with Susan Craine and Rachel Golby beating Roberta Cannell and Sarah Houghton to make it 6-3 to Peel at the break. However Fencibles hit back winning fourth mixed with Goh and Christian beating David Craine and Simons but Peel then won third mixed when Reynolds and Alison Craine beat Barnes and Christine Houghton.  Fencibles then won second mixed when Quayle and Sarah Houghton beat Irving and Golby leaving it at 8-7 to Peel going into the last game.  The Fencibles pairing of Purdy and Cannell then beat Gell and Susan Craine in three games to level the match. DC


League 6


Kella Farms Sulby 16 Caley Stores Sulby 1


Mens Leagues


League 3


Celton Fencibles B 207 CuPlas St Ninians B 243


Duncan Lawrie Selborne B 252 Microgaming Marown C 162


League 4


Citywing Vikings B 214 Magee & Co Castletown/Abbey B 233


League 6


Citywing Vikings D 207 Tynwald Celts B 231


Womens Leagues


League 1


PWC Castletown/Abbey A 180 CuPlas St Ninians A 231


League 2


Royal London 360 Rushen A 247 Duncan Lawrie Selborne A 201


League 3


Duncan Lawrie Selborne B 139 Citywing Vikings B 252

A very strong and experienced Vikings side (Fiona Brew, Lynda Cadamy, Margaret Daughen and Csilla Buck) had too much in their locker and won comfortably - the closest game was the last one when Lisa Lewin and Julie McLean did well to get 18 points against Fiona Brew and Linda Cadamy.

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