Leaders Extend Winning Run

The Ladies Night League returned to action following TT fortnight and league leaders Port St Mary extended their winning streak to four matches with a strong away performance against Douglas.

Port St Mary players Val Macfarlane, Wendy Kennuagh, Chris Price and Ann Maddrell all won to single figures with Trish Bull just doing enough to win her game 21-19 against Shantelle Thorpe.  For the home side Joan Murphy held on to win 21-20 against Kellie Maddrell-Reeve and Paula Garrett won 21-17 against Jayne Kneen ending her 100% record.  Final match score 106-187 (2-7)

South Ramsey keep the pressure on Port St Mary with a strong away performance against Port Erin.  Port Erin could only manage two wins with Lynda Cadamy and Leah Vickers winning 21-15 and 21-16 respectively.  South Ramsey’s Elaine Moore, Fiona Kennish and Lyn Bolton all won to single figures with the match ending 115-178 (2-7).

Nobles have slipped to third and had the tricky away encounter against Mooragh Park.  The home side managed to take three games off Nobles with wins for Caroline Parker, Janet Monk and Rosemary Quirk.  Nobles won five of their six games to single figures to take the match 110-164 (3-6)

Purt Le Moirrey welcomed Peel Sunset with the away side taking the spoils 139-153 (3-6).  Peel player Mary Moffatt top scored in the match with a fine 21-3 victory whilst home player Linda Dawson won 21-6.

Castletown A produced their best result of the season away at Ballaugh.  The visitors produced a maximum performance winning 115-189 (0-9) with Marie Ashurst and Heike Perry winning to single figures.  Another 100% record went as Gill Dixon lost narrowly to Kim Foy 19-21.

In the final match on Friday Castletown B faced Onchan.  The match finished with an Onchan victory 148-180 (4-5) however Castletown B are improving each week and it won’t be long until they pick up their first league victory.

South Ramsey sit out the next round of matches but will keep a close eye on Port St Mary vs Nobles match to see how things stand as we approach the midway point in the season