30 March 2011
Sanday stay top


In the Williamson’s A League, the Untouchables closed the gap on the
Legion, who had a week off, to three points, but they have played a game
more, but they picked up a lot of games after beating Wanderers B 11-1.

The Wanderers are now well clear in third place, after beating Untouchables
A 7-5. The Commodore also scored a 11-1 success over Quoyburray B.
Meadowbank have moved up into fifth place after their 8-4 defeat of RBL2 who
need to win all their remaining games to avoid the drop and wooden spoon.
There was a good point for Quoyburray, holding the Golf Club to a six-all

There is no change at the top of the Williamson’s B League as the top two
both won. Sanday stay two points ahead after defeating the Bilco Boys 11-1
and that increased their games difference over the Fanooks who had a 8-4 win
over the Sands and only the top two can now share the first two places and
games are running out. Sanday have three to play, but the Fanooks have only
two to play. Shore 2 are in third place and beat Sands 2 8-4, which more
or less assures the wooden spoon for Burray. The other Shore team crashed to
a 10-2 defeat out in Tankerness and Deerness are going great guns with a 9-4
win over the Likely Lads.

There were 180s from Wayne Monkman, Brian Moar, David Kirkpatrick, Alan
Gray, Derek Ward snr, Graham Louttit, Brian Stevenson, Ian Wilkie, Robbie
Stanger, Colin Ross, Andrew Rendall, Ross Donaldson, Michael Moodie and two
from Bruce Moar, Keith Brumpton, Willie Bremner and Ali Flett.

There were high checkouts of 102 from Brian Stevenson, 104 and 120 from
Graham Louttit, 100 from Stevie Linklater, 110 from Willie Bremner, 111 from
Ali Flett, 113 from Ian Linklater and 120 from Colin Ross and Michael Muir
jnr. Neil Croy had a 103.

Later on in April, Shetland will be visiting for the annual inter-league
county game. It is on Friday, April 22 and will be played in the Masonic
Club. The Kirkwall Select is: captain Craig Taylor, Kevin Gray, Brian Moar,
Ian Wilkie, Ivan Leslie, Robbie Stanger, Derek Firth, Stevie Linklater,
Bruce Moar, Paul Foubister, Ian Linklater, Billy Ward and Wayne Monkman.
Reserves are Mike Bain and Willie Bremner. Any player unable to play should
let the team captain know immediately.

-----------------------P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Legion------------17    17    0    0    174    30    51
Untouchables--18    16    0    2    165    51    48
Wanderers -----17    12    1    4    119    85    37
Commodore----17    9    1    7    117    87    28
Meadowbank---17    8    1    8    106    98    25
OGC---------------17    7    3    7    101    103    24
Untouchables A-16    8    0    8    95    97    24
Quoyburray B---18    3    5    10    86    130    14
Wanderers B----17    3    1    13    60    144    10
Quoyburray------17    2    3    12    86    118    9
RBL2--------------17    0    1    16    43    161    1

Wanderers 7, Untouchables A 5; Meadowbank 8, RBL2 4; Untouchables 11,
Wanderers B 1; Commodore 11, Quoyburray B 1; OGC 6, Quoyburray 6. No
game ­ Legion.

Tankerness 10, Shore 2; Sands 4, Fanooks 8; Bilco Boys 1, Sanday 11; Shore
2 8, Sands 2 4; Likely Lads 3, Deerness 9. No game ­ Murray Arms.

East A 14, West A 4; East B 8, West B 5.

Monday, April 4
Quoyburray v Untouchables A; OGC v RBL2; Wanderers v Legion; Meadowbank v
Wanderers B; Commodore v Untouchables. No game ­ Quoyburray B.

Murray Arms v Fanooks; Shore 2 v Bilco Boys; Likely Lads v Sanday;
Tankerness v Sands 2; Sands v Deerness. No game ­ Shore.
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