Jamie Edwards helps Spireites A see off Broadland A

Leaders Spireites A defeated Broadland A 5-4 in the First Division of the Open Snooker League. Pictu

Leaders Spireites A defeated Broadland A 5-4 in the First Division of the Open Snooker League. Picture: PA - Credit: PA

There were only two matches played in the First Division of the Open Snooker League where leaders Spireites A were defeated by Broadland A 5-4.

Jamie Edwards of Spireites had a break of 88 and Steve Waldron (Broadland) a break of 57. Broadland A move up to second place whilst St Philips A overcame their rivals St Philips B 5-4 with Nic Charalambous having a break of 82 for the A team.

In the Second Division, leaders Woodside Dragons beat Gothic 9-0 with Jim Foulger producing breaks of 75, 73 and 40 in his match. Attleborough defeated Broadland C 5-4 and Spireites D 5-4 to move up to second place. Mark Standley (Attleborough) and Ben Baker (Broadland C) both had 3-0 victories in their respective games. Woodside Wizards remain in third spot after victory over Spireites D where Paul Kay and Lee Hodge both enjoyed 3-0 wins.

The Snooker Handicap Division One saw leaders Broadland C triumph against Broadland A 10-2, Ben Baker and Billy Bales both winning 3-0.

Three frames from Ray Davis helped Rileys defeat St Faiths 7-5 to record their third straight victory. Woodside C beat Bayer 9-3 to draw level on points with Rileys with 21 apiece. St Philips A narrowly defeated Hethersett A 7-5 to remain in fourth spot.

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Wroxham recorded their second victory to go top of Division Two after beating St Philips C 9-3 with Andrew Jackman and Mark Dennes both taking maximum frames in the away leg. Woodside Whirlwinds started their season off with a triumph over Hethersett B 7-5. Bill Lakey of Hethersett won 3-0 with Darren Butler (Whirlwinds) achieving a 3-0 plus a break of 40 for a plus handicap player. Three frames for Jaydon Spooner helped Ludham B to their first victory this season beating Canary Social 7-5.

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