THE last of this season’s Mid Cheshire League individual competitions will be played on Saturday at Rudheath Sports, starting at 1pm, writes David O’Brien.

Tom Vickers will be looking to add to his six competition wins and faces Paul Mackie in his opening game.

If Tom wins his first-round game and his father Alan comes through his game against James Gurney, the two would meet in the quarter finals.

Another former winner Mark Winnington is next up at game three and plays James Eaton. Completing the top half of the draw is home player Darren O’Hanlon versus Karen Mackie.

Joe Tomkinson v Neil Harvey is the first game of the bottom half, and the winner will face either Nick Hamman or Andy Gregory.

The draw is completed by two all Castle Sports ties, Chris Morris plays Andy Houghton with Steven Baskerville v Kevin Duncalf completing the final day line-up.

With only a few remaining fixtures left to play the Norley Afternoon League titles were decided last week.

Castle Sports successfully defended their Section One title with Delamere set to take the runners-up spot when they play their remaining fixture.

Runcorn Subscription took the title in Section Two, Winsford Cons B came out on top in Section Three, Middlewich RBL won Section Four while in Section Five Hartford A took the title by a slender two shots over Tarvin. Helsby D took the honours in Section Six and Crosstown finished top in Section Seven.

The end-of-season competitions get underway at Middlewich RBL at the weekend.

The pairs competition is held on Saturday and Sunday with play starting at 11am.

Then in the evening the singles competition will be held, starting at 5pm on both days.

Qualifying for the singles will continue the following Saturday and Sunday with the finals of both the pairs and singles to be played on Sunday, October 1.

The Brunner Cup Final was played on Saturday, and it was the first time in seven years a Mid Cheshire team was not involved. Houldsworth WMC romped home with 11 winners to defeat Lloyds Hotel by 66 shots.