Monday Aggregate League
The Aggregate League 2019
Any member may attend and there will be a cost of £1.50 per player per session.
Formats will be worked out to accommodate the number of players who turn up
Teams will be drawn on the day and matches will be no more than 18 ends (except 3 way singles - 21 ends).
The winner of the league will be the player who has the best aggregate from the matches they have played in.
Only the players top 5 scores will count for the final aggregate.
The winner will receive 40% of the money paid in to the prize pot. The Runner Up will receive 20%
Week 1:23 was the magic number achieved by Peter thorpe, John Fairs, Mike Meadows, Roy Bland, Martin Ford and John Schools. They all sit jointly at the top of the league. Altogether 20 bowlers enjoyed the April sunshine.
Week 2: 16 players on the green and some big scores means the table is beginning to take shape
Week 3: Another 14 players out on a Monday. Top of the leaderboard are Robin Saunders and Keith Brinsmead.
Week 4: Robin Saunders continues at the top of the league with 4 solid scores amassing 87 points with one more to add from the 5 remaining games
Week 5: Mike Meadows is now the top man. Mike scored 31 this week and has completed 5 games
Week 6: The race at the top is hotting up as players can now discount their lowest score and keep only the top 5. Mike Meadows is still top of the league.
Week 7: Due to adverse weather, no play was possible
Week 8: Lots of Priory members were watching the SCB Triples but the main protagonists still slugged it out. Mick Meadows top with Mal Spier waiting in the wings
Week 9: The final week of competition and 10 bowlers added another £15 to the prize pot. Mike Meadows has the glory for this year with Mal Spier taking the runners up prize money.
2019 Money Pot
Winner - £56.40 - Mike Meadows
Runner Up - £28.20 - Mal Spier
Club - £56.40 - Priory
The Money Pot grows each week as each competitor adds £1.50 per session
2019: Mike Meadows
2018: Alan Messer
2017: Alan Messer
2016: Alan Messer