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25 Years: Fact Number 25

Number 25 Andy Moss has won the most games in a season when he won 25 games in 2011, winning the League Averages easily. He also recorded 18 consecutive wins that season, his only loss being in match 8 against Dan Hand 13 on Newport.

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25 Years: Fact Number 24

Number 24 Chester Road lost the least amount of games when they lost just 3 of their 24 games back in 2005. They trailed early on to, but they struck a decisive 9-5 win at main rivals St Georges in May in their 7th match, and never looked back as …

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25 Years: Fact Number 23

Number 23 Paul Williams has the highest aggregate out of any League Average winner when he won them with 23 wins back in 2001. He finished with an aggregate of 232, 40 ahead of second placed Alan Palin, who is only one of two players who won 23 games and …

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25 Years: Fact Number 22

Number 22 Alex Jones won the most games by a Premier League debutante back in 2012 when he won the league averages with 22 wins. He signed for Sir John Bayley from the Abbey, who tried themselves to get into the league themselves a couple of years earlier, and hit …

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25 Years: Fact Number 21

Number 21 The closest finish between the top two in the League Averages was when Rob Burroughs won 21 games in 2015 and finished just 3 chalks ahead of Glyn Picknell in second. Glyn had tried his best to win them by winning 6, but Rob fought back from 20-17 …

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25 Years: Fact Number 20

Number 20 The least number of wins to win the League Averages are 20 when Martin Williams won them in 2002. In fact there were 7 players all on 20 wins, the closest we’ve had in the League Averages, but Martin won them by having an aggregate of 50 better …

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25 Years: Fact Number 19

Number 19 Andy Moss has won a record 19 consecutive games in one season. He did this in 2016, when, after losing his 6th game against Mark Shore, won his next 19 before losing to Nick Mullinder in the last game of the season. He won most of them comfortably …

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25 Years: Fact Number 18

Number 18 Terry Gray won his first 18 games in the league back in its first season in 1994 when playing for Battlefield. However, he only won one of his last four games, meaning that he lost out on the League Averages. The league then created a Most Consecutive Wins …

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25 Years: Fact Number 17

Number 17 Pete Farmer won the first 17 games of this season as he won the League Averages and Most Consecutive Wins. He was rarely troubled in that time too, 18 was the highest that someone got off him, Paul Williams doing so at Chester Road. It was Simon Rhodes …

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25 Years: Fact Number 16

Number 16 Sir John Bayley won their title with just 16 wins, the lowest in a 14 team league. It was one of the closest battles we’ve had in the league, with just 27 points covering the top 8 teams. The Bayley won 12 games at home and just 4 …

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