Woodside Rockets are champions ahead of Warriors in Open Snooker League
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Woodside Rockets are the champions of the Fox Insurance Open Snooker Division One after beating St Philips A 5-4, Spireites A 6-3 and St Philips 9-0 and losing to Woodside Warriors 4-5, to finish on 139 points.
In second place are Woodside Warriors with 128 points after winning their last four matches against St Philips A, Spireites C, Rockets 5-4 and Attleborough 8-1.
Spireites A finished in third spot on 100 points after beating Rileys B 8-1 but losing to Broadland A 4-5 and Rockets 3-6. This season's high break in Division One goes to Grant Miles of Rockets with 119.
Spireites B defeated Broadland C 9-0 to become champions of the Second Division with 138 points. St Philips B beat Woodside Gothic 9-0 and Hethersett 7-2 to finish on 137 points, one point behind the champions, both teams will be promoted. Orin Drake (Spireites B) had the highest break of 95 for the season.
In the Nigel Farrow Cars Handicap Division One, Woodside C are champions with 126 points and St Faiths runners up with 117 points.
In the Second Division, champions are Broadland A with Bayer in second place after both teams finished on 117 points. Broadland A won eight matches whilst Bayer only won seven to make Broadland champions.
St Philips are champions of the Billiards League after completing their matches against Gothic, drawing 2-2 and beating Broadland 3-1. Hethersett A beat Pinebanks Exiles 4-0 to finish runners up.
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