Police A the first to net maximum point’s success

09:57 07 November 2012

Snooker.

Snooker.

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Police Social Club A are the first team to record a maximum point’s win in the Exmouth Snooker League this season.

Mark Rock 97-71, Carl Rowsell 84-54, George Webster 74-31, Mick Jordan 53-46 and Pete Abrahams 67-45 beat Otterton A to take a share at the top of the table.

They are joined by East Budleigh A as Dave Hawkins 58-54, Mark Auton 75-27, Graham Ward 72-65 and Gordon Benzie 69-57 with three black-ball finishes were denied an outright lead at the top by Paul Hayman 75-21 of East Budleigh C.

With consecutive breaks of 25 an15, Pete Gibson won the opening frame for the Police B (64-24) against their own C team.

However, this was to be their only success as Cyril Evans 49-39, Ray Sturman 61-35, John Parrott 74-62 and John Evens 53-42 won the remaining four points to give the Police C their first win so far.

Latest Table P W Pts

East Budleigh A 3 2 10

Police S C A 3 2 10

Number Nine A 2 2 7

East Budleigh C 3 2 7

Police S C C 3 1 7

Number Nine B 2 2 6

Otterton A 3 0 5

Police S C B 3 0 5

Highest Break Russell Frame - 41

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