Woodside Rockets flying at top of table


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Woodside Rockets maintained their lead at the top of the Fox Insurance Open Snooker League Division One after beating Spireites A 8-1.

Grant Miles had the first century break this season with 119 in his 2-1 victory with Chris Zanone and Reggie Edwards (with a 70 break) both winning 3-0.

Woodside Warriors remain in second place, four points behind the leaders after defeating Spireites C 8-1. Broadland A triumphed over Attleborough 5-4 in an evenly-fought contest.

Second Division leaders Spireites B beat Broadland B 8-1 to go 17 points clear at the top of the league.

Adeeb Moosa won the final three frames for second-placed St Philips B in their victory against Broadland C.

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Woodside Gothic, who are third in the standings, defeated Broadland Bandits 6-3 and Spireites D beat Hethersett 8-1, with Dennis Simmons and Paul Parke both winning 3-0.

In a rearranged match, Broadland C triumphed over Hethersett 7-2.

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Leaders Woodside C got back to winning ways in the Nigel Farrow Cars Handicap Snooker Division One, beating St Faiths 8-4, with Ryan Smith (Woodside C) and Gareth Bartholomew (St Faiths) both winning 3-0. St Philips A moved up to second place above St Faiths after drawing with Spireites 6-6. Three frames from Ben Baker enabled Broadland C to triumph over Rileys 7-5 while Woodside Peelers drew with NCC 6-6.

Second Division leaders Broadland B came unstuck against Ludham A, losing 7-5, Andrew Deboo (Ludham A) and Peter Woodrow (Broadland B) both enjoying 3-0 victories. Bayer moved up to second place, beating Woodside A 7-5 with Mark Freestone (Bayer) winning 3-0 and Sam Betts (Woodside A) having breaks of 77, 90 and 61 in his 3-0 win. Ludham B have moved off the bottom of the league after victories over St Philips C 7-5, Canary Social 9-3 and Wroxham 8-4. Wroxham defeated Woodside Whirlwinds 7-5 with Colin Hedger winning 3-0.

Hethersett A have regained top spot in the Billiards League after defeating Pinebanks Exiles 3-1. Philips Welham recorded breaks of 106 and 67. St Philips drop to second place after drawing with Gothic 2-2.

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