Potters go down to Bob Carter in Norfolk squash Premier League fixture
Potters lost for only the second time this season as they lost their Norfolk SRA Premier League fixture at The Bob Carter Leisure Centre, going down 14-7.
Potters are however still two points clear at the top of the table after East Anglia failed to capitalise, going down 15-10 to their second team. Gary Snelling and David Youngs both won their matches 3-1 beating Jack Pearse and David Gouldby respectively while Ashley Briggs came from 1-2 down to beat Ashley Bowling 3-2. The first team had to settle for a 3-0 win from John Cordeaux and a 3-1 win from Richard Hunt.
After six successive defeats Barnham Broom won their first match of the season, beating Broadland, who themselves have won only once, 15-9.
In Division One East Anglia III consolidated their position at the top of the table with a comfortable 19-6 victory at home to North Norfolk who have won only once.
After two successive defeats Cromer returned to form in Division Two winning 19-6 away to Broadland III. John Baker and Richard Keeble both won in straight games, Henri Paul beat young Will Henden 3-1 and Ben Herrieven came from behind to beat Justin Miller 9-6 in the fifth. Geoff Roper who also won 9-6 in the fifth beat Alec Burrows to record Broadland's only win. The Bob Carter Leisure Centre II, formerly known as Wensum Lodge, faced a three man Beccles team and not surprisingly won 17-3.
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Finally in Division Four straight game victories for John Milton and Ben Serruys helped Oasis beat Broadland Mixed 16-6. For Broadland John Temple also won in straight games.
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