- Singles and Pairs wins
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Site updated on 15 Aug 2016
A.G.M. on THURSDAY 18th Aug 2016 at Mill St Club, Please Note the Time 8.00pm. This is the A.G.M. only, no fees on this night.
To see list all winners and runners up for the 2016 season click
The photos below are of those present at the Presentaion Night
- Hollybush Div 1 Champions
- Dyers A Div 1 Runners up
- Wellington B Div 2 Champions
- Rock Inn B Div 2 Runners up
- Ball Haye Tavern A Team Doubles Winners
- Rock Inn A Team Doubles Runners up
- S Hine Singles KO Div 1 Winner
- A O'Shaughnessy Singles KO Div 2 Winner
- H Cartlidge Singles KO Div 2 Runner up
- A Pegg/M Folga Doubles KO Div 1 Winners
- J Hughes/G Messham Doubles KO Div 2 Winners
- H Cartledge/ R Barton(absent) Doubles KO Div 2 Runners up
- E Chandler Most single wins winner (14 out of 16) Div 1
- D Berresford, A Pickering, S White Most single wins runners up (11 out of 16) Div 1
- G Sherratt/ M Dickinson Most Doubles wins winners (12 out of 16) Div 1
- P Hine/M James S Hine/R Foster Most Doubles wins runners up (11 out of 16) Div 1
- J Waterhouse, K Grimwood, S sandle Most Doubles wins winners (8 out of 16) Div2
Hollybush are Champions!!!
with Dyer A runners up
Wellington B are champions of Div 2 with Rock 'B' runners up!!
The new rules have been posted on the rules page
The Leek and District Domino League was set up about thirty years ago by the present Chairman - (Mad) Melvin Goldstraw. Whilst Melvin may well have been mad to look after this organisation for so many years his nickname comes from his other long term hobby as a disc jockey.
All games are run on a Thursday night during the winter months starting at 8-30 pm. Each team is made up of at least 6 players and an evenings play consists of 3 games of doubles and 6 games of singles, so each player plays a doubles and a singles game. A point is awarded to each winner of a game and the team with the most points at the end of the evening is awarded an extra 2 points. The teams with the most points at the end of the season receive trophies. There are also individual trophies for those with the highest individual and pair scores.
The main aim of the league is to have a laugh with an element of honest competition.
If you would like to set up a team in your pub or club within a reasonable distance of Leek please contact Melvin on this link Contacts or on 01538 300314.