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Cushion’s clean sweep helps Woodside Peelers jopin Spireites at the top

PUBLISHED: 10:59 26 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:59 26 March 2018

Norfolk A county snooker team had a great win in the English National County Championships, beating Notts A 35-29 at The Woodside Snooker Centre. Star player was Nick Spelman who won all eight of his frames. There were many high breaks during a day of top quality snooker, including a 93 by Spelman and 91 by Jin Foulger. Picture, from left, are: Niick Spelman, Jamie Edwards, Nik Charalambous, Jin Foulger, Luke Pinches, Sam Betts, Chris Zanone, Steve Waldron. Picture: Jimmy Cross

Norfolk A county snooker team had a great win in the English National County Championships, beating Notts A 35-29 at The Woodside Snooker Centre. Star player was Nick Spelman who won all eight of his frames. There were many high breaks during a day of top quality snooker, including a 93 by Spelman and 91 by Jin Foulger. Picture, from left, are: Niick Spelman, Jamie Edwards, Nik Charalambous, Jin Foulger, Luke Pinches, Sam Betts, Chris Zanone, Steve Waldron. Picture: Jimmy Cross

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Woodside Peelers joined Spireites at the top of the Handicap Snooker Division One on 118 points after beating Broadland A 9-3 with Paul Cushion winning 3-0.

Spireites drew with third-placed Woodside C 6-6, who went on to defeat Broadland C 7-5, giving them 117 points.

Leaders Woodside Whirlwinds triumphed 10-2 over Broadland B in the Second Division and St Philips C beat second-placed Woodside A 9-3 in the only two matches completed.

In the First Division Open Snooker League, second-placed Broadland A beat St Philips A 7-2 and are three points behind leaders Woodside Warriors, who did not play. Spireites A beat third-placed Spireites C 7-2 and Woodside Rockets defeated St Philips A

8-1.

Leaders Woodside Dragons beat Attleborough 8-1 and second-placed Woodside Wizards 5-4 to become champions of the Second Division. Broadland Bandits defeated Gothic 6-3.


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