Spireites stay in command after win over St Faiths Centre

PUBLISHED: 13:30 04 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:30 04 March 2018

Spireites stay top of the league. Picture: Archant

Spireites stay top of the league. Picture: Archant

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Spireites remain leaders of the NDBSL Handicap Snooker League Division One after defeating St Faiths Centre 7-5.

Simon Carpenter and Ray Levers both won 3-0 in their home leg before St Faiths won 5-1 at home, with Malcolm Stolly winning 3-0 and Sean Curtis 2-1.

Woodside C beat Rileys 7-5 to remain second, five points behind the leaders. Woodside Peelers moved up to third after victory over

St Philips A 7-5 while NCC beat Bayer 7-5. Hethersett A drew with NCC 6-6 and lost to Broadland A 10-2.

Woodside A lead the Second Division with 85 points, despite losing to second-placed Canary Social 8-4. Woodside Whirlwinds move up to third, beating Ludham A 8-4. Hethersett B drew with Wroxham 6-6 and St Philips C defeated Ludham B 8-4. Ludham A beat Broadland B 8-4.

In the Open Snooker Division One, Broadland A in second beat Spireites A 8-1 with Graham Tacon and Steve Waldron both winning 3-0 plus Steve Waldron having breaks of 106, 68 and 44. Spireites C defeated Spireites B 5-4 and lost to Woodside Rockets 3-6.

There is no change at the top of Division Two as Woodside Dragons beat Gothic 9-0 and second-placed Woodside Wizards defeated Spireites D 7-2. Broadland C had a 5-4 victory over third-placed Attleborough.

St Philips B remain leaders of the Billiards League after victory over Hethersett B

3-1. Second-placed Spireites are three points behind the leaders after beating Broadland 4-0. Pinebanks Exiles had 2-2 draws against St Philips A and Broadland. Hethersett A against Hethersett B also resulted in a 2-2 draw.

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