Brunner Cup Semi-Finals for Castle Sports and Wharton Coons

The Brunner Cup semi-final takes place on Saturday, with two teams from Mid Cheshire bidding for a place in the final on Saturday, 10 September. David O’Brien writes,

Current holders Castle Sports face Holdsworth WMC, whom they defeated in the final at Macklesfield BC last year.

The Wharton Coons, the past winners of 2019, will take on Lloyds BC in Kerridge BC. Both the matches will start at 2 pm.

The Wharton Coons B team put on a spirited performance in the De Knoop Cup final against favorite Lloyds BC at Alderly Union club on Saturday.

Wharton recorded 5 out of 10 winners in a tie with Pat Kennedy and John Hubbard, both winning their games 21–13.

Steve Proctor, Dave Warburton and Brian Larkin were the other winning cards for the Wharton Coons, but the Winsford team lost by 13 shots in the final.

The latest qualifiers at Sunday night’s Wharton Coons Open were Jason Korns (Castle Sports) and Anthony Walker.

The five-time winner of the competition, Graeme Wilson, is the star attraction in this week’s qualifying season.

Full field Chris Mordeau, Josh Mordeau, Ian Wassell, Dan Edmonds, GI Wilson, Steve Anderton, Dave Jackson, James Wilcox, Harry Horton, Tony Eads, Mike Davis, Chris Fernley, Danny Prosser, Chris Charlton, Paul Mackie (Castle) . Sports) and Alan Hunt.

With the Mid Cheshire League reaching the business end of the season, Castle Sports lead the Premier Division with a 112-shot advantage over their perennial rivals Wharton Coons.

The fight for the Section One title couldn’t have been closer with only two shots separating Meadowbanks and Shavington.

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Kingswood and Middlewich are top of the table in RBL Section Two and are looking to sew up promotion places.

Castle Sports C is on course with Rudith Sports in second place to take the section three title.

Barnton is in second place with Winnington B and Rudith Sports C in section four with the CC D league.