Triangle's lead pegged back by Rovers
SNOOKER - ROVERS pegged Triangle A's lead at the top of the Wrington Vale Snooker League back to six points after their 6-0 win against Clevedon Conservatives A.
ROVERS pegged Triangle A's lead at the top of the Wrington Vale Snooker League back to six points after their 6-0 win against Clevedon Conservatives A and the leaders dropped a point to Peelers.
For Peelers, George Rowe played the two opening frames against Jason Snook who knocked in three 20-plus breaks and kept George away from the table building large leads to secure both. Steve Rees and Dace Cryer played a tight third frame until Dave got in amongst the colours to clear up and win. Andy Jones played Dave in the next and missed a loose red after the break off which let Dave in for a 40 break.
Andy missed another red and Dave hit back with a 26 break as the frame finished 89-5. Steve suffered a similar fate in the next against Andy Sweet in the next and was blown away by some impressive potting. The final frame, however, with the two Andys playing, went the Peelers way with Jones' hit and run tactics keeping the frame tight and two difficult pots on the pink and black gave him the frame.
Clevedon Conservatives 4-2 win over Backwell Lucky 13 saw them extend their lead to three points over the Young Ones who were held to a draw by Cleeve Corners.
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Breaks: Dave Cryer 40, 26; Matt Lucas 31; Simon Cambridge 29; Andy Sweet 26; Jason Snook 25, 22, 22; Oli Beesley 22; Julian Bond 22; Rod Carey 22.
WRINGTON VALE SNOOKER LEAGUE 2009-10
- 1 Businesses refused to reopen after lockdown due to staff safety fears in Weston town centre
- 2 Weston family who had home transformed featured on DIY SOS
- 3 Asymptomatic coronavirus testing pilot starts with college students from next week
- 4 Winter Gardens set to open newly refurbished eatery
- 5 Calls to scrap housing plan to create "people's forest" in Weston
- 6 Yatton artist releases charity single with Hamilton star
- 7 North Somerset to move into tier 3 after end of nationwide lockdown
- 8 Girl, 11, suffers serious injuries after collision with car
- 9 Grand Pier's future uncertain as Weston enters tier 3
- 10 Doctor resigns from Weston General Hospital's A&E department
AFTER GAMES PLAYED 23/02/2010