Star turns at junior contest

Great play: From left, Lewis Williams, Michael Cooper, Tommy Kennedy, Owen Pye (front) Thomas Gorst (back), Owen Bendall, William Humphries, Robert Harry, Alice Dillon, Megan Dillon, Chloe Ireland, Daniel Williams.
Great play: From left, Lewis Williams, Michael Cooper, Tommy Kennedy, Owen Pye (front) Thomas Gorst (back), Owen Bendall, William Humphries, Robert Harry, Alice Dillon, Megan Dillon, Chloe Ireland, Daniel Williams.
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The first ever Junior Two Star Tournament was held at Garstang Community Academy Sports Hall,

Amy Wells finished second in the girls event, losing out to Beth Farnworth. Stuart Southward won the Boys Band 2 event, with James Chappell taking the Boys Band 1 title.

This was followed on Sunday February 3 with the third instalment of National Cadet League with no fewer than four Garstang teams in action, and all the teams finished in mid-table positions ahead of the final day’s play in March.

In the Lancaster & Morecambe League Division 1, Garstang D closed the gap at the top of the table to four points thanks to a 27-7 win over St Lukes C. Tommy Kennedy and Mike Charters both unbeaten on the night, Owen Bendall added one win, narrowly missing out on another losing out in five ends to Brian Gourlay. Meanwhile Garstang C have climbed to third thanks to a 25-16 win over University C. Owen Bendall was the man of the match.

In the Premier Division Garstang A sit in fourth place after a 25-14 win over St Lukes A. Luke McGrath won all three, Stuart Southward won two and Rebecca McGrath added the final win. Garstang B are still second to bottom, this week they faced a strong University A team, losing out 30-0

In the Preston League Division 1 Garstang B drew 5-5 with Croston A. Adam Soar and sub Stuart Southward claiming two wins each, both losing out to Harry Brennand, Rebecca Hodgson added one win to secure the draw.

In the Premier Division Garstang A claimed an 8-2 victory over Kirkham thanks to unbeaten performances from Martin Ireland and Martin Wyatt, Graham Coupe losing out to Keiron Beswick and Clive Appleby. Graham and Martin Wyatt kept up their unbeaten run in the doubles.