Zone 11 Pennants round two March 13, 2017
Grades 1 and 2: Wins went to Tuncurry, Taree West and Wingham. However the 10-0 win by Tuncurry 1 over Forster 1 has propelled them to the top of the table on 19. Taree West 9-1 winners over Tuncurry 2 has them in second on 18 with Wingham in third on 10 after defeating Forster2 9-1.
Grade 3: Winners were Old Bar, Pacific Palms and Forster. Pacific Palms 10-0 winners over Manning Point have them leading on 19. Old Bar’s 9-1 win over Leagues has them in second on 17.5 with Forster in third on 10 after a 9-1 win over Harrington. Grade 4: Gloucester were the big winners with a 10-0 win over Black Head and top spot on 19 points. Forster had an 8-2 win over Sporties and Harrington defeated Tuncurry 9-1. Harrington hold down second place on 17.5 followed by Tuncurry on 10. Grade 5: Wins to Buladelah, Taree West and Sporties. Buladelah have the best record of any team after another 10-0 win and lead the grade on the perfect 20 points.
Other winners were Taree West 9-1 over Tuncurry Beach and Sporties defeated Forster 8-2. Tuncurry hold down second place on 11 with Sporties third on 9.5.
Grade 6.1: Wins to Tuncurry, Lansdowne and Sporties. Lansdowne’s 10-0 win over Taree West has them leading on 19 points. Sporties 10-0 defeat of Old Bar puts them into second on 12 and Tuncurry beating Railway 9-1 has them in third on 10.
Grade 6.2: Winners were Forster, Wingham and Leagues. Leaders are Leagues on 17 after an 8-2 defeat of Pacific Palms. Forster defeated Gloucester 9-1 to hold second spot on10.5. Despite Wingham defeating Harrington 9-1, Harrington have retained third on 10 points.
Grade 7.1: Railway, Tuncurry and Forster were the winning teams with Railway leading on 19 after their 10-0 defeat of Manning Point. Tuncurry defeated Black Head 1, 8.5-1.5 to hold down second on 17.5 and although not scoring a point Manning Point have remained in third on 10 points.
Grade 7.2: Wins went to Harrington and Black Head 2 with Wingham having the bye. Black Head 2 defeated Forster 1 by 10-0 and lead on 19 points. After having the bye in round 1 Harrington recorded their first points with an 8-2 win over Lansdowne and are in second place.