East Budleigh A take over at the top

PUBLISHED: 08:59 16 December 2009 | UPDATED: 12:27 10 June 2010

EAST BUDLEIGH A moved to the top of the Exmouth Snooker League after a 4 frames to 1 victory on the Conservative A table, what s more, the new leaders have two games in hand! Mark Auton 76(27)-25, Peter Wide 53-40, Chris Dabrowiecki 64-35 and Derek Quick

EAST BUDLEIGH A moved to the top of the Exmouth Snooker League after a 4 frames to 1 victory on the Conservative A table, what's more, the new leaders have two games in hand!

Mark Auton 76(27)-25, Peter Wide 53-40, Chris Dabrowiecki 64-35 and Derek Quick 87-10 were denied a nap hand by Mike Hayne 77-60.

High Breaks are a rarity so far this season, but the 40 compiled by Derek Quick in this match top the list.

Otterton A also have 24 points in the bag, but they have played two games more.

Clive Parnell 51-29, Patrick Long 61-23 and Gary Parnell 64-36 pipped near neighbours, East Budleigh C.

The two wins for Trevor Hayman 38-30 and Andrew Case 53-24 take East Budleigh fourth.

Number Nine A climbed off the bottom rung with a 3-2 win over the Number Nine B with Neil Chudley 50-37, Dave Tressider 49-16 and George Burlefinger 57-48 denied further spoils by Mike Page 54-26 and John Sharland 57-25.

Police Social Club A halted their three game losing run by beating 6th place Cranford A.

George Webster 58-30 and Mick Jordan 59-28 levelled with Iain Callander 82-35 and David Hawkes 75-50, before Andrew Binmore won the final frame decider 69(25)-14.

LATEST TABLE

PLD WON PTS

East Budleigh A7 524

Otterton A9 524

Number Nine C7 420

East Budleigh C8 420

Police S C B8 419

Cranford A7 418

Number Nine B7 316

Number Nine A7 315

Police S C A7 315

Conservative A7 214


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