We welcome the return of Spoons to Fridays mornings. Many thanks to Ray and Sarah Baker for taking on the running of the Atkins Cup
Spoons will be played at the start time of 10.00 am. Information about who played and how they fared along with top performances of the day are recorded on this page week by week. The games that count for the Atkins Cup Spoons league commence in June
'Spooners' compete over the season for the 'Atkins' trophy. Players must play in at least 50% of available spoons matches over the season to be eligible for the trophy.
Ray & SARAH BAKER
Week 1: 8 players on the green
Week 2: Up to 10 players this week: a host of players have won one game so far
Week 3: 12 members had a go at Spoons today - the current leaders with 2 wins each are Adrian Webster and Judie Chambers
Week 4: 9 players this week - still nothing to choose between the leaders
Week 5: Cancelled due to poor weather
Week 6: Sandy Lay Flurrie is now top of the Atkins Table. Adrian Wareham and Stan Birch are close behind both have 3 wins as well.
Week 7: Wins today for Steve and Korben Allen, and Micheal Webster. Steve and Micheal are now top of the table.
Week 8: Eight Spooners played out a 12-12 draw which now puts Micheal Webster clear at the top of the Atkins League
Week 9: A rinks match was won by Judie Chambers, Mike Webster, Geoff Sheldon and Adrian Wareham
Week 10: Wash out
Reserve week 1: 8 'Spooners' on the green today. Michael Webster heads the table with one week more possible.
Reserve week 2: More rain so table stands with Mike Webster as the 'Atkins' Champion
Why on Earth is it called Spoons?
In its earliest form this type of competition was an open draw and the winning team were awarded a spoon for winning - daft but true