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St Blazey & District Snooker League | January 17, 2018

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Breaks Galore

Runabout Shield heads to Meva

| On 24, Oct 2017

In the Rees League the Runabout Shield changed hands as Mevagissey ‘C’ went to Bethel ‘D’ and thrashed the holders 4-1.

Dayle Dyche was the home side’s only bright spot beating Adrian Evans but ‘Predator’ Tregale, Ben Prynn, Joe and Matty Chesterfield saw the trophy heading back to the Meva club.

Lerryn’s first game of the season saw them take all five points off Tregonissey ‘C’. Stacey and Jackie Hancock pushed John Hancock and Dave Vipond all the way but just fell short. There were other wins for Terry Middleton, Graham Hoskin and Charles McMiram.

Craig and Terry Nicholls got two good points for Lostwithiel at Bethel ‘C’, who are top, Ben Stunnell, Courtney Crockford and Paul Thomas got the home points.

Chris Brown and Rob Garside put St Stephen 2-0 up at home to Bethel ‘B’ but the visitors finished strongly with wins for Dave Johnson, Jim Tamblyn and Richie Bolt.

Top match in the Victory League was at Tregonissey. Where Barrie McIntosh knocked in a fine 48 break in the opener to see off Phil Staley, James Popplewell levelled things beating Ryan Bilson and Matt Mills gave the away side the lead getting the better of Jason Cocks only for Jason Simmons and Chris Stephenson to claim the spoils seeing off Paul Williams and Leighton Varcoe respectively.

The Bugle derby was a tight affair as Gary Spencer and Ian Ball put the ‘A’ side 2-0 up. The ‘B’ team replied with wins for M Sturtridge and Tony Conroy levelling things up but a majestic break of 65 by Andrew Best in the last settled the tie.

Phil Ormand and Andy Parnell put Pelynt 2-1 up at St Neot after Darren Lock’s win for the home side, but Cyril Dickenson and Steve Courts, who made a 53 got St Neot home.

There were some excellent snooker at St Blazey who entertained Bethel. Matt Green, Gary Stephens and Leon Collard got the away points with Mickey Meares and Nick Kendall gaining the home points.

Mike Hooley took the first frame for Tregonissey ‘C’ at Mevagissey ‘B’ who responded with close wins for Dave Kendall, Matt Rowe and Ben Rothwell and a walkover for Mark Gregory secured their four points.

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The Bugle derby was a tight affair as Gary Spencer and Ian Ball put the ‘A’ side 2-0 up. The ‘B’ team replied with wins for M Sturtridge and Tony Conroy levelling things up but a majestic break of 65 by Andrew Best in the last settled the tie.

Images Courtesy of: Richard Pearson

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