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AS the season approaches its end for Alcester BC, issues of promotion or relegation remain to be resolved in three of the leagues where matches are outstanding.

The A team have completed their fixtures in Division Two of the South & West Birmingham Over-60s League and are currently in top spot.

They must wait until the final round of matches are completed for the very tight situation to be resolved, however.

The B team in Division Four are also in a battle but in their case it is to avoid relegation.

Even though they had a 22-shot victory at West Midlands Transport this week, they remain in the third relegation place in another tight situation.

Mike Ryland-Jones (21-7) was outstanding for Alcester with David Tilley (21-13), Renny Bannister (21-15), Rob Evans and Ray Richards (both 21-20) adding what may very well be vital points.

In Division One of the Heart of England’s over-60s section, the A team visited Baldwin.

John Alderson was Alcester’s only winner at 21-16 but close three close-fought games kept the overall deficit to 21 shots.

The team remain just above the relegation fight in yet another close situation.

Elsewhere, the B team were already relegated from Division Four before a 56-shot thrashing at home to Central Edgbaston in which all six players suffered defeat.



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