Triangle maintain their lead at the top
SNOOKER - IN the Wrington Vale Snooker League, Triangle A's visit to Backwell Lucky 13 saw them return with a 6-0 win with Dave Cryer knocking in a 44 break and Andy Sweet and Darren Lowis both recording 20-plus runs.
IN the Wrington Vale Snooker League, Triangle A's visit to Backwell Lucky 13 saw them return with a 6-0 win with Dave Cryer knocking in a 44 break and Andy Sweet and Darren Lowis both recording 20-plus runs.
This enabled them to maintain a six-point lead at the top of the table after second placed Rovers went down to their first defeat of the season 4-2 against Cleeve Corners.
Also this week, the top two sides played their game which was postponed by the early January snow. Rovers inflicted Triangle A's first defeat of the season with a 4-2 win.
Peelers moved above Clevedon Conservatives A with a good 5-1 win with both George Rowe and Lee Kerslake winning both their frames and Alan Pople picking up the Conservatives point with a victory over Andy Jones.
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The Young Ones closed the gap on Clevedon Conservatives B in third place with a 4-2 win. Matt Lucas and Matt Powell had put the Young Ones 4-0 up but Simon Cambridge won the last two knocking in a 39 break in the progress.
Breaks: Dave Cryer 44, 36, 20; Simon Cambridge 39; Jason Marsh 38; Julian Bond 35, 33, 28, 20; Dave Bond 24, 20; Reuben Hurse 23, 21; Matt Lucas 23; Darren Lowis 22; George Rowe 22; Andy Sweet 22; Roy Jenkins 21.
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