Comprehensive victory for Triangle

SNOOKER - TRIANGLE A maintained their four-point lead at the top of the Wrington Vale Snooker League with a 5-1 win at Clevedon Conservatives B.

TRIANGLE A maintained their four-point lead at the top of the Wrington Vale Snooker League with a 5-1 win at Clevedon Conservatives B.

There were some good frames in this match with both the Conservatives' Mark Litson and Dave Crees playing well and not getting anything out of it. Dave lost on the black to Jason Snook and in his second frame, Dave Cryer made a 31 off a fluked red. Mark played Jason Snook and Dave Cryer on top form in his frames but did not disgrace himself in close matches.

Simon Cambridge played Andy Sweet in the final two frames and in the first Simon did not make too many errors in building up a good lead. Andy made him sweat, however, towards the end by making some really good snookers which Simon managed to get out of and go on to win 64-25. In the second frame Simon did not capitalise on a few early chances and even though he led by 20 points with one red left, but the frame was far from over.

Simon played a good snooker on the last red after potting the pink in the middle, but Andy got out it and left the Conservative man in trouble. He could not avoid a double kiss on the red and Andy stepped up to make a fabulous clearance to pinch the frame on the black.


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Rovers kept up the pressure with a 5-1 win over Peelers with Steve Rees getting the Police team's point with a gutsy 55-30 win over Dave Bond.

Results: Young Ones 3, Clevedon Cons A 3; Cleeve Corners 5, Backwell Lucky 13 1; Rovers 5, Peelers 1; Clevedon Cons B 1, Triangle A 5.

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Breaks: Simon Cambridge 33, 22; Matt Powell 33, 21; Dave Cryer 31, 20; Andy Sweet 27; Jason Snook 22, 20; Rob Brown 22.

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