The fixtures for the coming season can now be see on the team pages and on the fixture calendar. Matches start on 7th April 2015 and the league season lasts for 18 weeks, after which the knockout competition will take place.
Millstone beat the Merrymen in the plate semi-final, so will go on to play the Masons Arms in the final on 16th September at the Delph Tavern.
The League Presentation night and pairs competition will take place at St James Catholic club on the 20th November 2015, a little later than normal but the club is already booked up for the previous 2 Fridays.
The fixtures for the Plate eliminator and Cup Semi Finals have been posted on the fixtures calendar
On 26th August Bryn play Masons, Merrymen play Running Horses and Millstone play Park Lane
In the Cup Semi Finals on 9th September, UCC Blues host Robin Hood and Delph play Britannia.
The draw for the Plate semi finals, to be played on 2nd September, will take place after the elimination round
To be played on Tuesday19th August.
The finals of the Knockout Cup and Plate competitions will be held at the Delph Tavern on 16th September, starting at 8.30pm.
The League Presentation Night and Pairs Competition will be held at the Park Lane Club on 7th November. Please note that the venu may be changed at short notice due to events outside the league's control. If this is the case, an announcement will be posted here as soon as is possible.
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