Woodside C in the box seat to take Division One title after latest victory

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- Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2008

Woodside C go into the final week of the Nigel Farrow Cars Handicap Snooker League Division One 11 points clear of second place after a 7-5 win over Spireites.

St Philips A are level on points with Spireites after beating second-placed St Faiths 7-5 to remain in third spot, one point behind St Faiths.

Three frames from Ray Davis helped Rileys triumph over NCC 7-5 and Hethersett overcame Broadland C to win 7-5. Woodside Peelers defeated Woodside B 8-4.

Bayer remain top of Division Two after drawing with third-placed Broadland B 6-6 with Lyndon Surridge (Bayer) and Les Weinert (Broadland) both winning 3-0. Ludham A beat Woodside A 7-5 with Andy Deboo winning 3-0 and Woodside A drew with Wroxham 6-6. Ludham B triumphed against Woodside Whirlwinds 7-5 but remain bottom of the league as Wroxham defeated Canary Social 7-5 with Tony Bispham winning his match 3-0.

In the Fox Insurance Open Snooker League Division One only one match was completed where third-placed Spireites A lost to fourth-placed Spireites C 6-3. Andy Rose (Spireites A) won the first game 3-0 and Gary Griffin and Paul Gifford replied with three frames each for the C team. Woodside Rockets remain top with Woodside Warriors in second place.


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Leaders of the Second Division, Spireites B, got back to winning form after beating Spireites D 6-3 with Orin Drake taking three frames. Broadland Bandits came from 4-2 down to defeat Broadland C 5-4 after Keith Saunders won the final game 3-0. Ben Baker had earlier given Broadland C the lead after winning the second game 3-0. Broadland B, with Les Weinert winning the final game 3-0, defeated Hethersett 6-3.

In the Billiard League Hethersett A remain in second place despite losing to Broadland 3-1 and Hethersett B beat Gothic 3-1. Matthew Lyon and Roger Reynolds had breaks of 83 and 61 respectively for Broadland.

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