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It has been an excellent end of season with some exciting games starting with The Cup Final between Heath Hornets and The Pineapple Doughnuts which was all square after three rolls only for the Hornets to have a 48 on their fourth roll with the Doughnuts replying with a 58 roll to go ten up going into the last roll and with the Heath hitting a 54 leaving the Pineapple having just 45 to win which they achieved with a bit to spare hitting 57 to win by 13.
A good night for The Doughnuts who picked up their first trophy in the league. The Hornets had the games top scorer in Mike Carless with an excellent 34 without a spare.
The play off final for The League winners title lived up to expectations between The Mag Twelve and The Heath Hornets and again a close encounter to start with but a rare fourth roll blip by last years league winners The Mag Twelve denied them the chance of holding onto the title. The Hornets hit a 67 on their first roll to go eleven up with The Mag Twelve pulling 4 back on the second roll then both sides picked up a pin apiece on the third and fourth rolls then disaster struck for last years winners when they hit 49 which included two sets of bolters. This left The Heath Hornets 43 to win which they hit with ease to win by 21 pins to make up for losing out on the cup final for another side to collect their first honours after rebuilding their side including a younger element so there are players out there.. Mike Carless actually improved on his 34 in the cup final to hit 35 again without a spare but included two 9's. His son Chris Carless hit an impressive 32 with Phil Harrison also hitting 32 while Phil Strange and Chris Poyser both hit 30's in a great total of 312 at The Maltsters. Bobby Stevens the Mister Reliable of The Mag Twelve hit yet another 30 for his side to no avail.
The Individuals played at Llandaff North R.F.C. finished off the season in style. What a night we had Vic Coleman of The Mag Twelve hitting a superb 36 to pick up the prize money and Trophy so anybody walking their dog in Hailey Park on Saturday morning look out Vic is about. The runners up spot went to Alan Greaves of The Black & Ambers who pipped the in form and last years runner up Mike Carless of The Heath Hornets in a roll off after they both hit 31.

 
League Table - 2013- 2014.
 
 
P
W
D
L
Pts
Black and Ambers
The Heath Hornets
28
21
0
7
42
Bloodhounds
The Mag Twelve
28
20
2
6
42
Dublin All Stars
The Plough Cubs
28
19
3
6
41
E.C. All Stars
The Likely Lads
28
17
0
11
34
Heath Hornets
The Black & Ambers
28
15
2
11
32
Knights
The Pineapple Doughnuts
28
15
1
12
31
Likely Lads
E.C. All Stars
28
14
0
14
28
Mag Twelve
The Maltsters Wanderers
28
14
0
14
28
Maltsters Wanderers
The Modernaires
28
14
0
14
28
Modernaires
The Aces
28
12
0
16
24
North Boys
The Rascals
28
12
0
16
24
Pineapple Doughnuts
The Dublin All Stars**
28
10
0
18
18
Rascals
The Aces
The North Boys
28
9
0
19
18
The Plough Cubs
The Bloodhounds
28
8
0
20
16
The Woodies
 
The Woodies
28
6
0
22
12

 

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**THE DUBLIN ALL STARS POINTS TOTAL, ALLOWS FOR 2 POINTS DEDUCTED FOR PLAYING AN
UNREGISTERED PLAYER, WITH NO POINTS AWARDED TO THE OPPOSITION, AS PER RULE.

 

Fixtures and Contact Information.

Season Four

2013 - 2014

 

Semi - Finals

The Rascals 282 v 302 The Pineapple Doughnuts
The Heath Hornets 283 v 256 The Bloodhounds

Round Two

The Bloodhounds 295 v 291 The Likely Lads

E.C. All Stars 266 v 282 The Pineapple Doughnuts

Heath Hornets 264 v 251 The Woodies

The Rascals 302 v 275 The Dublin All Stars

Heath Hornets 279 v 263 Mag12

Round One

Woodies 285 v 261 North Boys

Bloodhounds 288 v 285 Modernaires

Likely Lads 270 v 264 Black & Ambers

Rascals 348 v 296 Aces

D.A.S. 276 v 243 Maltsters Wanderers

EC All Stars w/o The Knights

Pineapple Doughnuts 269 v 264 The Plough Cubs

The photo shows from left to right Ray Bridges of The Mag Twelve. Rachel Marsh of Velindre Fundraising. John Pearce Secretary of Skittles Cardiff and Alan Greaves of The Black & Ambers presenting a cheque of £250.00 which was raised by member clubs donations from The Skittles Cardiff Charity Shield Annual Competition. The original idea of this event was thought up by Ray Bridges and Alan Greaves with the latter donating the winning trophy to be competed for by the league winners and cup winners won this year by The Plough Cubs who narrowly defeated The Mag Twelve in a very close game.
Click below to see the Velindre letter .