Table topping East Budleigh A sunk by Police Social Club C

22:21 27 February 2013

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Exmouth Snooker League leaders, East Budleigh A slumped to a 4 frames to 1 defeat at home at the hands of the Police Social Club C.

Graham Ward 83-53 gained their only point, but, the wins for Steve Spinner 51-50, John Parrott 61-29, Cyril Evans 66-58 and Ray Sturman 65-44 lifted the visitors into second place, just two points off the top spot.

Police A spurned their chance of catching the leaders after taking the opening frames from Carl Rowsell 93-72 and George Webster 74-36.

They slipped to third place as Jonathan Duck 86-41, John Sharland 66-28 and Russell Frame 66-47 took the Number Nine B up to 4th, place, still with a game in hand.

East Budleigh C drop to 5th, despite winning at the Number Nine A.

They twice trailed to Iain Callander 65-54 and Peter Taylor 53-43, before Mark Oliver 47-35, Barry Bentley 78-71 set up Leo Dolling 71-29 for the deciding frame.

Otterton A remain at the foot of the table, despite winning at the Police B.

Two nil down to Frank Kelsey 51-38 and Tom Caygill 65-57, Morley Martin 64-20, Clive Parnell 52-32 and Patrick Long 59-40 clinched their third win to date.

Latest Table P W Pts

East Budleigh A 11 6 32

Police S C C 11 6 30

Police A 11 5 29

Number Nine B 10 7 27

East Budleigh C 11 6 27

Number Nine A 11 5 25

Police S C B 11 5 25

Otterton A 10 3 18

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