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  1979
    (This is the only data available for 1979)     July 19th
   
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
  Premier
Played
Dolls
Points
  A Section
Played
Dolls
Points
                   
  Eagle A
11
470
29
  Morris Clown
11
361
19
  Clanfield FC A
11
384
27
  Plough Finstock
11
352
16
  Elephant A
11
392
23
  Crawford Collets
11
279
14
  Bull
11
299
12
  Carpenters Fulbrook
11
275
14
   
 
 
 
  Talbot
11
210
6
   
 
 
 
  Three Pigeons A
11
186
5
                   
  B Section
Played
Dolls
Points
  C Section
Played
Dolls
Points
                   
  Griffin
9
241
17
  Carpenters Brize
10
254
24
  Merry Horn
9
216
17
  Five Bells
11
252
23
  Horse & Groom
9
216
16
  Lamb & Flag
11
276
21
  Clanfield FC B
8
183
12
  Masons Arms
11
271
18
  Eagle B
8
200
11
  Plough Kelmscott
11
242
18
  New Inn
8
184
10
  Three Pigeons B
11
241
18
  Nags Head A
8
170
9
  Ferry Inn
11
222
17
  Elephant B
7
148
7
  Clanfield Tavern
11
179
9
            Bell Standlake
10
183
3
            Nags Head
9
103
3
                   
  Sixers                
                   
  A Home Clanfield   2      
  B Broome Eagle   2      
  A Cooper Plough Finstock   1      
  N Rossington Crown   1      
  S Rainbow Morris Clown   1      
  B Carter Elephant   1      
                   
  Finals Night 21/09
   
  The 1979 Bampton & District Aunt Sally season came to an end on Friday 21st September at the well attended
  finals in Bampton W I Hall.
  The trophies were presented by Mr V G Polley, Representative for Morlands Brewery, who generously donated
  a trophy for the new Mixed Pairs competition.
   
  Singles - A Cooper (Plough Finstock) bt B Govier (Morris Clown)
  Pairs - J Coombes & F Godwin (Eagle) bt R Harris & R Eeles (Eagle)
  Mixed Pairs - T & S Papworth bt P & J Heritage
  Four A Side - Eagle bt Carpenters Brize
  Eight A Side - Eagle bt Bull
  Mullis & Watts Cup - Eagle bt Morris Clown
  Landlords - J Shuker (Eagle) bt P Elliott (Talbot)
   
  It is hoped to keep interest in Aunt Sally alive during the winter months by holding monthly competitions in the
  Bampton W I Hall, the first to take place on Tuesday October 16th at 8 pm.
  All pubs in membership will be circulated but any interested players should contact the Secretary.