Spireites A lead the way in Open Snooker League

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

After two weeks of the Open Snooker League Spireites A lead the First Division after victories against Woodside Warriors 6-3 and Spireites B 5-4 with Jamie Edwards of the A side and Orin Drake the B team enjoying 3-0 victories during their derby match.

Warriors themselves went on to beat St Philips 6-3 putting them into second place. Woodside Rockets defeated Broadland A 6-3 with Sam Betts winning three frames plus making a break of 61. Spireites C beat Broadland A 7-2 with Paul Mercer and Paul Gifford both winning 3-0.

Woodside Dragons are leaders of Division Two after winning against Broadland C 7-2 and Broadland Bandits 5-4. Luke Pinches won both his matches 3-0 and Jin Foulger had a break of 59. Broadland C went on to defeat Woodside Wizards 7-2 with Lee Hodge and Dave Roberts taking maximum frames with Keith Saunders replying with three frames for Bandits. Three frames from Jason Lincoln helped Attleborough triumph over Gothic 6-3.

In the Handicap Division One Broadland C are leaders after beating Bayer 9-3 and Woodside Peelers 7-5 with Ben Baker winning both his matches 3-0 plus a break of 38.

Second-placed Rileys secured two 7-5 victories against Broadland A and Bayer. Michael Hubbard had a plus handicap high break of 36 during his match for Woodside C against Peelers which the C team won 7-5.

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After one week of the Second Division, Woodside A had the biggest victory of the week against Ludham B 10-2. St Philips C beat Canary Social 8-4 and Wroxham defeated Ludham A 7-5. Hethersett B triumphed against Broadland B 7-5 after winning the home leg 6-0.

The Billiards League sees St Philips B on top after victories over Broadland 4-0 and Hethersett B 3-1. Second-placed Pinebanks Exiles beat Hethersett B 3-1 and lost to Broadland 1-3.

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