Number Nine B top the Exmouth Snooker League

09:48 20 February 2014

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Defending champions of the Exmouth Snooker League, Number Nine B top the latest table following one victory and one defeat.

Their latest success came at the Police Social Club B with Russell Frame 107 (31, 24, 24) - 65, Jonathon Duck 84-40, Tim Thorn 49-45, Dave McCarthy 48-31 and John Sharland (winning his game via a walk-over), taking all five points.

At the Number Nine A, Tim Thorn 46-43 and Russell Frame 87-43 drew level with Iain Callander 72-53 and T Parker 68-18, only to see the decider lost to Dan Brown 78-44.

Police C are level on points with the leaders, but having played two more matches, slip to second place.

Ray Sturman 65-56, Steve Spinner 71-38, John Evens 76-29 and John Parrott 57-36 were denied the outright lead by Frank Kelsey 56-37 of the Police B.

Latest Table P W Pts

Number Nine B 11 8 34

Police S C C 13 7 34

Police S C A 12 7 30

Number Nine A 12 6 30

East Budleigh C 12 3 27

Police S C B 12 5 24

Highest Break to date: Russell Frame - 75.

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