Police Social Club A hold narrow lead at the top of the Exmouth Snooker League
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All teams have completed the first of four rounds of fixtures in the Exmouth Snooker League.
The early results have left Police Social Club A holding a slender one point lead at the top of the table.
This, despite a home defeat to second place East Budleigh. Mike Hughes (85-70) and Rob Pow (71-58) were ahead after three frames, but, eventually lost out to Derek Quick (72-41), Kev Luxton (64-60) and Barry Bentley (64-39).
Defending champions, Conservative Club were still without a win. Iain Callander (84-63) and Dan Brown (62-49) drew level with Eric James (62-30) and Trevor Haylock (62-27) of the Police C, before Ray Sturman won the decider (50-37) for the visitors.
Into round two, Conservative Club at last recorded their first victory, reversing the score from their first encounter with the Police B. Tim Parker 69-51, John Sharland (78(24)-32), Craig Wilson (53-45) and Dan Brown (65-56) recovered from the loss of the first frame to Ted Perkin (75-68).
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East Budleigh went top to date as Graham Ward (74-34), Derek Quick (60-59), Mark Auton (74-48) and Kev Luxton (71-67), with two black-ball wins were denied maximum points by Trevor Haylock (68-46) on the Police C table.
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East Budleigh 4 4 17
Police SC A 4 3 14
Police SC C 4 3 11
Conservative Club 5 1 10
Police SC B 5 1 8
Highest break Dan Brown – 32