THE final round of fixtures have been played in the Mid Cheshire Crown Green Bowling League, writes David O'Brien.

In the Premier Section, Castle Sports A took the title for the fifth consecutive time with Wharton Cons taking the runners-up spot.

Kingswood BC will compete in the Mid Cheshire League’s top division next season for the first time as they took the Section One title, with Helsby A in the runners-up spot.

In Section Two, Castle Sports C took the honours with Rudheath Sports B in second place.

Section Three concluded a couple of weeks back when Castle Sports D took the title in a close-fought battle with Barnton CC B.

In Section Four Rudheath Sports C finished on top of the table, with Barnton CC C in second place.

Finals day at Middlewich RBL went the way of Sam Day, who travelled over from South Yorkshire to take the singles title with a 21-16 win over Simon White.

Day defeated Owen Cookson in the semi-final by the same scoreline.

Earlier in the day, Owen collected the pairs title with Adi Faulkner by beating Ryan Sandham and Simon White in the final, 21-9.

Andy Hamman made it to the semi-finals of the BCGBA Champion of Champions tournament at the weekend when he lost out to the eventual winner Greg Smith.

Castle Sports A take part in the BCGBA World Club Championships on Sunday when they head to Bellingham in Wigan.

In their first game they take on Lindal from Cumbria and if they progress through the first round, they will then face either Rhos Park (Wales) or Houghton (North Lancs).