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Matches played 22 March 2017

Wayne Wootton joined select company this week. He made a 113 break for Alpine No.1 in their 4-1 win over their second team. It is the highest of the season so far and it is Wayne’s fifth century in the league. Only three others have reached that mark, Antony Bolsover, Martin Finnigan and David Portman. The last is a team mate of Wayne’s and remarkably, considering only 29 players have ever made a league century in its history, all of Alpine’s team that night, which was their usual team, have one at least to their credit, 15 in all between them of the 67 ever made.

In the league the first divisional championship was made secure. Treeton Club beat Manpower 3-2 to go 14 points ahead of second placed Carlton SC No.2, who won 4-1 against Allied Snooker Club No.1. Both teams have just two matches left so a possibility of only ten points available. Treeton now go into the John Smith’s Star Cup draw to play other divisional winners for the league’s original trophy.

In the Premier League Steelers Bar No.1 continued their progress with a 4-1 win against Players Lounge and although second placed Corner Pocket Wath did one better taking five at Steelers Bar No.7 they are still a distant nine points adrift.

Cueball Four and Sheffield Transport No.1 continued their fight at the top of A division. Both won 3-2, against Firth Park WMC and Shiregreen WMC respectively, to remain locked together.

Lowood Club went a point ahead of Wadsley Bridge WMC with a 4-1 win over Steelers Bar No.2 while Wadsley came back with only three from Wortley Club. Lowood have a match in hand but their next match is at Wadsley.

Spot On No.1 took advantage of D division leaders Saxon Hotel not having a match this week. They beat Hartley House SC No.1 4-1 to jump over the Saxon into top place, a point in front off level matches.

E division leaders Colley WMC did not have a match either but things turned out better for them. Of the chasing pack their nearest rivals on matches played, St Marys No.2, lost 3-2 to Back Club 88 and are now ten points behind, each having three matches left.

Despite losing 3-2 to Allied Snooker Club No.5, St Marys No.2 are beginning to look comfortable at the top of F division as their rivals only managed at best 3-2 wins.  They lead Spot On No.1, who also lost 3-2 at Crookes SC, by six points with Allied one further back.

Other good breaks this week were made by Shaun Wilkes with 86 for Corner Pocket Wath in the match mentioned above. James Kirk made a 46, Stewart Swindell42, Dave Manuel 40, Crag Allen and Richard bowler 38, Matt Bagley 36 and Kurtis Norman, David Birley and Martin Finnigan all with 35s.

 

                     


09-Mar-2016 15:24

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