Gosport Ladies’ Winter League and Bishop’s Waltham & District League round-up

Market House B pulled away from the bottom of Gosport Ladies’ Winter League division one as they beat Glencoe 6-3, writes Lee Todd.

Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 12:22 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 1:30 pm
Vandelow Page

Clarence had a 133 from Jayne Thompson and 72 finish by Jackie Thompson, while Glencoe’s Julie Edmunds also scored 133.

Sarah Anderson’s 64 check-out helped Three Tuns overcome RNA 6-3.

Division two leaders Market House C enjoyed a 77 game-shot from Sandy Brown as they beat WPM B 5-4.

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Queens Head A gained important points in their relegation battle with a 5-4 win against Eagle.

Lee CC moved off the bottom of division three as they triumphed 6-3 over Stoke Snooker B.

Claire Fitzgerald notched a 140 score for Market House D in their 5-4 victory over Queens Head.

Foresters Lounge A’s Pennie Lewis scored 132 to help them beat HEDCA 5-4.


Bishop’s Waltham SC A continued their dominance of division one with an 8-1 demolition of Linden Tree A.

The triumph included maximums from Rob Paice and Vandelow Page.

John Banks’ 180 could not prevent Hedge End Club going down 7-2 to Grapes.

Alan Shawyer and Graham Farr checked out on 112 and 100, respectively, as they helped Black Dog A to a 5-4 victory against Park Gate RBL C.

Woolston’s 5-4 win over Brewery Bar kept them second in division two, while Priory A trounced Bugle 8-1.

Steve Phillips’ 125 game-shot inspired Bishopstoke to a 6-3 win against Priory C in division three.


The Portsmouth Darts Series competition returns on Saturday, April 13.

A guaranteed £350 top prize will be up for grabs in the men’s competition at Fareham WMC.

Entry costs £8 with prizes for anyone reaching the last eight.

The competition starts at 2pm and will run alongside a ladies’ event and over-50s contest.

There will be a plate tournament, while early-bird singles and open pairs competitions are also scheduled.

Doors open at 10am and the first contest starts at 11am. For details, call Stefan Evrard on 07470 092481.


A top prize of £300 is up for grabs at Waterlooville’s Phoenix Club on Saturday, April 20 (1pm).

Entry costs £7, while there is also a doubles tournament at 11am (£3). Doors open at 9am for breakfast.