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04 December 2014
Kenny Gillespie and Graham Firth B doubles champs

The ‘B’ League Doubles attracted 17 pairs – an entry which is just about average for the competition.

By the semi-finals, four different teams were represented, and it was the Bilco Boys pair who lined up against a pair from the Legion Arrows.

Derek Manson and Andrew Moar found Kenny Gillespie and Graham Firth too hot to handle and lost out 4-1.

The next big event, and the last for the first half of the season, is the Festive Singles in the Masonic on Friday, December 12.

It’s a ranking points event, but it’s open to any male player in Orkney.

There’s no change in the Williamsons ‘A’ League, as the Commodores easily beat the Wanderers 10-2.

Going one better was Sanday, who put eleven past Sands ‘2’, to win 11-1.

However, better still was the Legion, who whitewashed the Nomads 12-0.

The Untouchables are staying in the hunt after a good 9-3 win over Quoyburray ‘B’, and the other Untouchables beat RBLM 7-5.

There were no ‘B’ League games played, owing to the ‘B’ Doubles taking place.

180s: Raymie Rendall, Ian Wilkie, Billy Ward, Martin Peace, Ian Linklater, Ross Groundwater, Ian Findlay, Derek Firth, Kevin Gray, Jimmy Miller, Michael Muir Jnr, and two from Ian Eunson.

Last week, Kevin Gray only scored two and not four as published.

High checkouts: Robbie Norquoy (100); Billy Ward (103), Robbie Stanger (111), Brett Dickinson and Alan Gray (112), Trevor Shearer (120), Jimmy Miller (139), Derek Ward Jnr (143), Davy Kirkpatrick (147) and Neil Croy 177.

Results

‘B’ League Doubles Final

Kenny Gillespie and Graham Firth beat Derek Manson and Andrew Moar 4-1.

Williamsons ‘A’ League:

Quoyburray ‘B’ 3, Untouchables 9; Legion 12, Nomads 0; Untouchables ‘A’ 7, RBLM 5; Sanday 11, Sands ‘2’ 1, Commodores 10, Wanderers 2.

Fixtures

Friday, December 12

Festive Singles (Ranking) – Masonic 7.30pm.

Monday, December 8

Williamsons ‘A’ League

Legion v Quoyburray ‘B’; Untouchables ‘A’ v Untouchables; Quoyburray v Nomads; Sanday v RBLM; Wanderers v OGC; Commodores v Sands 2.