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Matches played 13 September 2017

The 2017-18 season got under way this week and Steelers Bar No.1 started their defence of the Premier League title with a 4-1 win over their No.5 side, to put out a message that any other team that wants their title will have to fight for it. It was the biggest win in that division so they start where they finished, at the top.

Alpine No.2, relegated last season from the Premier division, started their campaign in A division with a 4-1 win at Lowood Club who came up from B division. Laycocks Sports Club also won 4-1 at last yearís Star Cup finalists Cueball Four to keep pace with Alpine at the top.

Last seasonís Star Cup winners, Thrybergh Club, who have moved there from Treeton, beat Players Lounge No.4 by four frames to one in B division. Both Firth Park WMC and Steelers No.8 also won by that score, at Allied Snooker Club No.3 and Lees Hall respectively, to create an early divide in that division.

In C division all the matches finished 3-2 so that promises to be close competition.

Hartley House SC No.1 took all five points against newly promoted St Marys No.1 to go top of D division.

Hartley Houseís No.2 side took four points in E division at Allied Snooker Club No.5 but have to share top place with Steelers No.6 who did the same against Steelers Plaza.

The only other maximum five points was taken in F division by British Legion against Hillsborough Club. The Legion has been in that division for many years so maybe this will be their year to move up.

David Dalton set the mark for the highest break with a 71 for Darnall Victory Club in their 3-2 win at Park Club. Other good breaks were made by Dave Portman with 48, Shaun Wilkes 46, Dan Bagley 40, Martin Rose 37 and Phil Poole with 34 and 32.

 

                     


09-Mar-2016 15:24

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