Charlotte go top of Summer Pool League

Basingstoke Gazette: Charlotte go top of Summer Pool League Charlotte go top of Summer Pool League

It was all change at the top of the Premier Division as the Andover Pool League closed out it’s sixth week.

Queen Charlotte faced the Arms B for the first time since the Winter League play-off final and came back from 2-0 down to win 6-3 and go top.

It was a good week for Charlotte-based teams as the Demons continued their good form with an 8-1 demolition of The Arms while the QCCs won 7-2 at home to Royal Oak.

Arms A slipped to a 5-4 defeat at Clatford and Sean Norris’s FD side claimed a 6-3 win over Central.

Battle Stations continued to impress as they made it five wins out of six with an impressive 7-2 win over Foresters Fatties.

Anton Harts followed up their impressive win last week with a 6-3 win over The Folly to go second and Angels of Luck won away at Arm’s ‘n’ Legs to leave them adrift at the bottom.

Shire Sharp Shooters lost 5-4 at home to HBTRBL A to stay four points shy of QC Beebies who fell to another heavy defeat as they were outclassed by Prince Regent, 7-2.

In Division 2 the New Street Masters continued to struggle, losing 8-1 to Railway Club. New Street FC went top with a 5-4 win over Wolversdene Warriors and Wooly B52s slipped to second as they went down 6-3 to Folly Flyers, and Central Mankinis moved off the bottom with a 5-4 win over Anton Decs to claim a first win.

Division 3 saw HBTRBL B open a big gap at the top as they remain unbeaten following a 5-4 win at Ploughin’ On.

Dirty Angels went above Plougher Rangers thanks to a 6-3 win and the HBT Players made it two on the bounce with a win over Wyke Down.

The league’s other game saw newly-promoted Eagle Leftovers win 7-2 at home to Global Warriors.

Shire Sambuca Squad stayed bottom of Division 4 after losing 5-4 to Lamb Chops B and it was another good week for the Lamb sides as the A team sit top of the pile thanks to a 7-2 win over Swallow Wreck Heads.

Wyke Down and Outs went down to Swallow Smash Heads 5-4 and Slippery Strangers moved away from danger with a 6-3 win over Shire Sharp Shooters.

In Division 5, Kings and Queens stayed top thanks to an impressive 7-2 win at Play Station. Central Saints moved into contention with a 5-4 win over Station Phoenix, while in the other match, Town Mills moved second with a hard fought 5-4 win over Royal Oak Beavers.

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