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Matches played 12 April 2017

The final matches in this season’s snooker league were played this week and the three outstanding divisional titles decided.

In F division St Marys No.2 lost 3-2 to Hillsborough Club No.2 but they were just the two they needed to make certain of their championship.

In D division the two contenders Saxon Hotel and Spot On No.1 finished level on points after Saxon beat Hartley House SC 3-2 while Spot On lost by the same score to Steelers No.6. It is Saxon who take the title as they have won more matches over the season which decides under the league’s rules in these situations.

Finally in A division the two prospective champions went head to head where the match winner would also take the title. Rob Skidmore and Gareth Wilmott put the Cueball Four side two up but Ian Scrafield pulled one back for Sheffield Transport No.1. Andy Garner then won the frame that took the title for the Cueball team despite them losing the last frame, giving them a 3-2 win.

These three teams together with the other divisional winners, Steelers No.1 in the Premier, Lowood Club in B division, Treeton Club in C, and Colley WMC in E went in to the draw for the Star Cup, the league’s original trophy presented in 1927 by the Star and now sponsored by John Smith’s for the champion of champions play off.

That draw came out as Cueball Four v Colley WMC (at Steelers Sports Bar), Saxon Hotel v Lowood Club (at Players Lounge), Steelers Bar No.1 v Treeton Club (at Allied Snooker Club). St Marys No.2 received a bye to the next round. Those matches will be played on Wednesday April 26 with the winners going through to the semi finals the following week.

The highest break of the final week was made by Richard Hill with a 46 for Steelers No.8 in their 4-1 win over Lowood Club. Will Lemons made a 43, Dave Portman 40, Stewart Swindell 37, Ashley Carty two 37s, Dave Peck 34 and James Kirk 33. This leaves Wayne Wootton’s 113 made a couple of weeks ago for Alpine No.1 the highest of the season.



09-Mar-2016 15:24

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