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Lion end Bell’s undefeated run




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Stoke-by-Clare Lion rang the changes at the top of the Border Invitation Cribbage League with a 10-5 win over Clare Bell, ending Bell’s unbeaten seven-game run and dropping them down to third.

Melford Working Men’s Club went top with an impressive 11-4 result at Cavendish Bull, with Stoke Lion moving up into second. Two points separate the top four teams. Glemsford Black Lion B lost their sixth game in a row, going down 10-5 to visitors Melford Hare.

The Black Lion derby between the A and C teams ended in an 8-7 win for the A team, who took four points.

Glemsford Cherry Tree held on to fourth spot with an 8-7 win at home to the Barnardiston Arms.

n It was a fifth win in a row for Glemsford Club B, taking all five points, in the Glemsford and District Cribbage League at home to the Angel. Melford Working Men’s Club B went into double figures for the second week running with four points from a 10-5 win at Clare Bell.

Glemsford Club A gained a point on the leaders Glemsford Black Lion with a 9-6 result and four points against Melford Club A. The Lion could manage only three points at Cavendish Bull, winning 8-7.

Melford British Legion are still struggling, 11 points adrift at the bottom after suffering a 7-8 defeat at home to the Hare.

Clare Ex-Service Club moved up to third, winning 8-7 at home to Stoke Lion, and the Cherry Tree took four points at home to Pinkuah Arms.



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