Perth’s Premier League teams met at Bell’s Sports Centre on Sunday evening with the top two sides meeting in a top of the table battle at the start of the evening. Gregor Walker’s Perth based Dodgy Spikers took on Colin McGinlay’s Team Fife which turned out to be a battle royal. Spikers took the early initiative to lead 10-5 but the Fifers pegged back bringing the score to 19-20 before losing out 21-25. The second set saw the Fifers take an 11-7 lead but again lost out at the last going down 23-25.
Team Fife went on to dump Ian McGrath’s Mental Blocks 25-22; 25-20, Les Sikora’s Eagles 25-22; 25-20 and Marco Volpini’s Fifers Too 25-21; 25-21 in a hard fought local derby to keep their title hope alive. Dodgy Spikers on the other hand lost out to Mental Blocks 22-25; 20-25 before getting back to winning ways by beating Kinross Scotrange by two sets to love.
Both Spikers and Fifers have now lost one match each so it is still all to play for with Eagles tucked in behind these two having lost two matches.
This Sunday sees the Recreational League teams back in action at Bell’s:
|9th Dec 2018||Referee||Referee|
|19:00||Mongrels||v||Perth High School||Hitting Bricks||Motley Crew||v||Kinross BB||Strathallan|
|19:36||Motley Crew||v||Perth High School||Tay Pearls||Hitting Bricks||v||Mongrels||Dunfermline|
|20:12||Hitting Bricks||v||Strathallan||Perth High School||Plus Perth||v||Kinross BB||Aberfeldy|
|20:48||Plus Perth||v||Tay Pearls||Motley Crew||Dunfermline||v||Aberfeldy||Mongrels|
|21:24||Dunfermline||v||Strathallan||Plus Perth||Aberfeldy||v||Tay Pearls||Kinross BB|