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Matches played 10 January 2018

Players Lounge No.1 extended their lead at the top of the Premiership to eight points with a 3-2 win at Darnall Victory Club while their nearest rivals, Steelers Bar No.1, went down to a 4-1 defeat against Alpine No.1. It allowed Corner Pocket to pull up to joint second with Steelers following their 4-1 win over Park Club.

Laycocks Sports Club pulled a point back on A division leaders Alpine No.2 after they beat Shiregreen WMC 4-1 while Alpine could take only three points off Cueball Four. The difference between the two is now down to four.

After losing 5-0 last week, which dropped them from first to fourth in B division, this week Firth Park WMC came back and defeated Thrybergh Club 5-0 to shuffle the top places once more. Allied Snooker Club No.3, Firth Parks tormentors last week, held on to top place with a 4-1 win at Woodseats WMC but Firth Park jump back over Carlton SC, who won 3-2 at Steelers Bar No.8 and Thrybergh in to second place, a point adrift of  Allied.

In C division Allied Snooker Club No.1 kept their advantage to eight points with a 3-2 win over Saxon Hotel, although the chasing pack in second did grow to four teams.

Colley WMCs nearest rivals, Club Baize, who were just a point behind after last weeks matches, did not have a match this week which giving Colley a chance to increase their lead to four points after their 3-2 win at St Marys No.1.

Stocksbridge Legionnaires beat Steelers Plaza 3-2 in E division to increase their lead to four points over Steelers Bar No.6, who went down 3-2 to Allied Snooker Club No.5, plus the Legionnaires have a game in hand.

In F division the leaders Spot On No.2, the last surviving unbeaten team, finally suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 4-1 to Sheffield Deaf. Amazingly they still managed to increase their already massive lead at the top as second placed British Legion went down 5-0 at Sheffield Transport Club. The difference now stands at eighteen points.

The top break of the week was made by Brett Miller with 88 for Corner Pocket in their 4-1 win mentioned above. In the same match Mike Henson followed that up with a 72 while Terry Kynoch made 47 for the opposition. Other good breaks were made by Phil Poole with 75, Steve Sollitt 39, John Grayson 36, Mick Siddall 35 and Adam Clarke and David Birley 33 each.



03-Dec-2017 12:05

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