Miles sets the pace for Woodside Rockets
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Grant Miles secured the first three frames of the match for leaders Woodside Rockets in their 6-3 victory over Attleborough in the Fox Insurance Open Snooker Division One.
Woodside Warriors remain second after beating Rileys B 6-3, with Nick Spelman winning the first three frames of the night.
Spireites A move up to third spot after beating St Philips A 6-3, with Bob Yeatman winning 3-0. Spireites C slipped to fourth after losing to Rileys B 5-4 on the final frame of the match. Attleborough came from 4-2 behind to beat St Philips A 5-4 on the final frame. Jason Lincoln (Attleborough) and Alan Webster (St Philips A) both won 3-0.
In the Second Division, second-placed St Philips B narrowly defeated leaders Spireites B 5-4 where the final frame of the night was won by just one point for St Philips B. Third-placed Woodside Gothic beat fourth-placed Spireites D 5-4 – a match decided on the final frame. Broadland B triumphed against Broadland C 6-3 and Broadland Bandits enjoyed an 8-1 victory over Hethersett.
It is very close at the top of the Billiards League as St Philips moved back to the top after defeating the previous week's leaders Hethersett A 3-1, with Nathan Mann winning his match with breaks of 121 and 65. Pinebanks Exiles, in third spot, beat Hethersett B 3-1 and Gothic drew with Broadland 2-2.
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With a two-week break in the Handicap Leagues, a few postponed matches were played. In the First Division, Woodside B defeated Rileys 7-5 and lost to Hethersett 10-2. There were no changes to league positions, with Woodside C still top.
Bayer returned to the top of Division Two after beating Ludham A 7-5. Canary Social completed two matches, drawing with Woodside Whirlwinds 6-6 and Broadland A 6-6.
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