Tuesday, November 5 was week two of our Cameron Cup competition. A beautiful morning so all games took place as planned. Floresta won two points, with Valverde winning four points; Tavira took all six points from Balaia; and Pedras won two points from Albufeira who won four points.
Tavira are now at the top of the Table, with Floresta second on eight points, and both Pedras and Valverde next, each holding six points.
Thursday’s Super 10’s game was in full sun, but very windy for everyone. Albufeira shared the points with Valverde winning four points each; Balaia took two points from Pedras who won six points; whilst Floresta took all eight points from Alvor. The resting team this week was Tavira.
This takes Valverde and Floresta to the top of the table with 16 points each, Pedras following closely behind on 12 points, and Alvor at the bottom. A long way to go to the end of this competition so plenty of time for things to change.
Saturday, November 9 was a beautiful sunny, warm morning for our League match. In League ‘A’, Alvor Rooks took two points from Tavira Tigers who won six points; Balaia Pods won six points from Floresta Foresters who won two points; Pedras Panthers scored six points from Valverde Vikings winning two points, whilst Albufeira Cats won all eight points from Alvor Amigos.
League ‘B’ saw Alvor Scorpions winning six points from Alvor Greens who won two points; Floresta Rangers took all eight points from Balaia Whalers, whilst Valverde Vipers won two points from team-mates Valverde Vulcans who won six points. Floresta Huntsman were the resting team this week.
Albufeira Cats are at the top of League ‘A’ this week on 20 points, with Floresta Foresters chasing closely behind on 18 points and Tavira Tigers following behind on 16 points, with Alvor Amigos at the bottom on four points.
Valverde Vulcans are at the top of League ‘B’ with 22 points, Floresta Rangers are in second place on 16 points, and Floresta Huntsman together with Valverde Vipers equal (even though Floresta Huntsman were resting this week) on 10 points each. Balaia Whalers are at the bottom of this league.
It’s very early days in all the competitions so there is still a very long way to go and plenty of time for all scores to change.
By MIRIAM HARE