Message From Sam Gorrell
Apologies for the delay in sending out this reminder about Monday’s Annual General Meeting.
Now that the Welcome Tavern has undergone its transformation into a Bistro Pub, there’s no longer space amongst all the dining table to have our meeting, and I’ve been struggling to find a replacement venue. However, St Andrews have kindly offered their Church Hall.
So, the AGM will commence at 7:30pm this Monday 13 April at St Andrews Badminton Club, Parish Church Hall, Worden Lane, Leyland PR15 3BD.
In readiness for Monday, please find attached the proposed rule changes received from Cross Feathers Badminton Club and Project 12 Badminton Club, as well as from the Officers of the League. These proposals will be discussed and voted upon.
Please note that anyone who is a registered player with the Mid Lancs League has a right to attend the AGM and vote, so please encourage all your club members who would like to be present to come along as well.
I have also attached the proposed Agenda and the minutes from the last AGM for approval.
See you all there!
Message from Jennifer Clough:
Sorry for the delay in letting you know but here are the cup final results.
Thursday 26th March at Clayton Crusaders at 7.30pm
Cunningham Cup Final: Carlton A beat St Andrews A by 71 points
Phillips Cup Final: St Andrews D beat Project 12 by 64 points
Monday 30th March at St Andrews at 7.30pm
Wrennall Cup Final: Hawks D beat Evergreens A by just 7 points!
Thanks very much to everyone who came along to support and score games for us – and to Jeanette and Yunus for tea and cake at St Andrews!
See you all at the AGM or the Dinner.
(Cup Match Secretary)
Report From Paul Eastham
In division 1 cross feathers finished off their 1st season in the league with a 13-5 win over Hawks B as Ste Andrews & Hayley Harrison won all of their 6 games to be the best pair on the night and help the team to finish in a good 4th place.
St. Andrews A finished off the last fixture in the division with a 15-3 win over Carlton A to officially seal the runners up spot.
In division 2, MGS C blew away their own D team to lift the division’s shield. The 17-1 win gave Crusaders A no chance of catching them the night after. Lynn Hosegood was statistically the best player on the night in this fixture.
Indeed, the night after, Crusaders travelled to St. Andrews B needing to win 0-18 to tie the Championship with MGS C. If afraid to say it was a bridge too far as they lost 12-6. The strength of Andy’s was too strong as the nerves must have jangled to what they must achieve to have a chance to catch MGS C. Nevertheless Crusaders gain promotion with MGS and should feel very proud of themselves on how they have played all season. Best get some practice in over the summer folks!!!!
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