Number Nine B lead the way

PUBLISHED: 15:05 11 January 2011

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THE Exmouth Snooker League is rapidly approaching the half-way stage of the campaign.

THE Exmouth Snooker League is rapidly approaching the half-way stage of the campaign.

Number Nine B maintain their top table position despite suffering their first defeat by third place Police Social Club A.

Dave McCarthy 76-48 and Dave Page 75-45 kept defeat to a single point. For the Police, current Open Champion Mark Rock remains un-defeated as he won the opening frame 91-45, with breaks of 40 and a 35 clearance. Mick Jordan 69-49 and Pete Abrahams 63-26 sealed their victory after four frames.

East Budleigh A continue their surge up the ratings as Mark Auton 60-49, Peter Wide 89-72 and Kev Parker 96(38)-48 overcame the recovery of Dave McWilliams 66-32 and Neil Chudley 62-46 of the Number Nine A, who remain at the foot of the table.

Otterton A have completed their first half fixtures, but, after losing the first three frames to Julian Fewings 45-31, Jim Turner 64-28 and Eric Brant 65-32 of Topsham Conservative, Michael Dabrowiecki 54-47 and Clive Parnell 72-23 rallied to keep them fourth in the table.



Number Nine B 6 5 21

East Budleigh A 6 4 19

Police S C A 7 5 19

Otterton A 8 3 19

Police S C B 8 3 17

Number Nine Cranford 7 4 16

Police S C C 7 3 15

Topsham Cons. 7 2 15

Number Nine A 6 2 14

Highest Break – Mark Rock - 40

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