Woodside A remain unbeaten after beating Rileys C

The Norman Sendall Open Snooker League Division One sees Woodside A leading the table unbeaten following the 7-2 victory against Rileys C, in third spot.

Jamie Edwards and George Pragnell secured the first six frames while Nigel Perfect (Rileys C) pulled two frames back in the final match.

Broadland A remain four points behind the leaders in second place after defeating Spireites B 5-4, with Grant Miles taking three frames and a break of 63. The last result received from this division saw Spireites A beat Woodside B 6-3.

In the Second Division, Daniel Bestford got leaders Rileys C off to a perfect start with the first three frames in their victory over second-placed Attleborough 5-4. Jason Lincoln for Attleborough closed the gap in the final match with three frames. Roger Reynolds won the first three frames for Broadland D, but Paul Parke of Spireites D took the final three frames to give his team victory 5-4 from 2-4 down. Broadland B defeated St Philips B 5-4.

Woodside missed the chance to go top of the Handicap Snooker Division One after losing to Broadland C 4-8. With the leaders St. Philips A not playing Woodside come within one point. Chris Cator (Broadland C) won his match 3-0 and Callum Davison was the only victor for Woodside. Les Weinert and Stephen Reid were three-frame winners for Broadland B in their victory against Hethersett 8-4. Rileys and St Philips C drew 6-6 with Barry Wortley (Rileys) and Peter Cooper (St Philips C) both taking three frames.


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Only two results received from the Second Division where leaders Gothic were held by Canary Social 6-6 who themselves moved into second place. John Greenway (Gothic) and Ben Baker (Canary Social) were three-frame winners. The biggest winners of the week were St Philips B who beat NU Exiles 11-1 to move from the depths to third spot on level points with second-placed Canary Social.

Hethersett remain top of the Billiards League despite losing to St Philips 1-3. St Philips moved into second place, a point behind the leaders. Woodside A drew 2-2 with Pinebanks Exiles while Saxlingham won 3-1 against Gothic.

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