Exmouth snooker latest - Number Nine B on target for top honour

PUBLISHED: 10:45 17 April 2014

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After one victory and one defeat and with two games still hand, Number Nine B regain pole position to retain the Exmouth Snooker league title.

Russell Frame 96-70, Chris Sharland 54-53, Johnathan Duck 55-44 and John Sharland 72-47 went one short of maximum points to Bob Horton at the Police Social Club B.

At the Police A, Russell Frame, again won the opener on the black 68(27)-60, before Tim Thorn 63-9 easily won frame four 63-9 to set up the decider. But, they had no fifth player, so Carl Rowsell 62-48, Mark Rock 64-46 and the walk over for Pete Abrahams gave the Police A their eighth win for third place in the table.

Police C are the other side in what looks like a two horse race and they benefited with their B team opponents having only four players. John Anderson 62-22 and Trevor Haylock 53-49 led 2-1 before John Spamer 60-22 and Bob Horton 51-38 reduced the deficit to a single point.

East Budleigh C should move off the foot of the table, with two games in hand, following their fifth, win at the Number Nine A. Rob Marsden 48-46 and Mark Oliver 74-61 had to wait for Mark Auton’s fifth frame decider 62-58 as Tim Parker 66-26 and Dan Brown 62-58 replied, the latter with one of three black ball finishes in this close match.

Latest Table P W Pts

Number Nine B 16 14 49

Police S C C 18 11 49

Police S C A 17 8 40

Number Nine A 17 7 40

Police S C B 18 8 38

East Budleigh C 16 5 38

Highest Break – Russell Frame - 78


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