Leaders thrashed by Rovers
SNOOKER - THE battle for the Wrington Vale Snooker League championship took an intriguing twist this week when second placed Rovers travelled to the leaders Triangles A and came away with a superb 5-1 victory.
THE battle for the Wrington Vale Snooker League championship took an intriguing twist this week when second placed Rovers travelled to the leaders Triangles A and came away with a superb 5-1 victory.
Julian Bond racked up 54 points in both of his opening frames against Dave Cryer to put the visitors 2-0 up. Jason Snook hit back for the leaders with a 54-13 win over Dave Bond, but Dave restored the two frame lead with a 63-40 win in the next.
Two tight frames then followed between Andy Sweet and Chris Bond in which Chris proved victorious on both occasions, so setting up a tight finish to the league with five matches left.
The B team won the battle of the two Clevedon Conservatives team with a 4-2 victory but the Young Ones edged a point closer to them in third place with a 5-1 win at Backwell Lucky 13.
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All three Cleeve Corners' players were on top form against Peelers and secured a 6-0 whitewash with Jason Marsh hitting a fine break of 36 before failing on the yellow when it looked as if he might make the league's highest break of the season.
Breaks: Matt Powell 37; Jason Marsh 36, 21, 21; Simon Cambridge 31; Roy Jenkins 25, 25; Julian Bond 25, 22; Olli Beesley 24; Reuben Hurse 22.
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