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Mather & Deakin Turn Match Around With Trio Of 50+ Breaks

Despite an open fixture, MissQ’s B remain top of The Bury Billiard League, but the gap at the top has been closed thanks to victories from Walmersley B and Elton Lib.

Walmersley B travelled the short distance to Seedfield B in their fixture. Ian Belgin got the visitors off to a great start. He overcame an 84-point handicap disadvantage against an in-form Jim Peters, to win by 27. Some trademark refereeing from Chairman Bennett added to the entertainment. Perhaps the refereeing had taken its toll on the Chairman, as James Fletcher capitalized on Ian’s victory with a 40-opint victory in a frame that saw an unusual lack of flukes from Martin. Danny Morgan scored a consolation point for Seedfield in the final frame thanks to some good potting.

Elton Lib welcomed Castleton in a match that got off to a great start for the visitors. Alistair Hardman combined flukes with billiard shots to take the first frame by 53 points. However, Paul Holt stopped the rot in the second frame to claw back 31 of those points. Bruce Holden played well early in his frame to open up a strong lead, but Terry Jump struck back with a 40-break. However, it was too late in the game to make a difference, and Bruce took the frame and match for Elton.

Walmersley A hosted MissQ’s A in the fixture that provided this weeks highlights. Bob Capron took the first frame for Walmersley, but three breaks of 50 and above in the next two frames saw MissQ’s take the remaining points. Phil Deakin timed his 58 break perfectly as he won by just one chalk. This inspired Paul Mather to follow with two 50+ breaks of his own in the final frame to add to his ever growing tally of 30+ breaks.

Finally, Seedfield A travelled to Victoria. Victoria bounced back from their previous weeks 5-0 defeat with a 5-0 victory. Both Glen Anchor and Sam Walker took their frames 125-97, and Gerald Sheridan finished the evening off with a 125-103 victory.

The early leaders in the last 5 competition are Castleton, having scored 6/10 so far. However, with 4 fixtures still to play, a chance remains for all teams to succeed.

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MissQ’s B Go 9-Points Clear With Narrow Victory Against Seedfield B

COVID-19 took its first Bury Billiards League casualty this week, as Walmersley B were unable to field a team against Elton Lib. The Fletchers’ were out of action, but are now back to full health and raring to go J

Many thanks to Elton Lib for agreeing to reschedule the fixture!

MissQ’s B extended their lead at the top of the table, and now have a stronghold on the top spot. Their match against Seedfield B was won by just 7 aggregate points. Jim Peters won his 6th game of the season for the visitors in the first frame, but Sid Ash claimed his 8th victory of the season to level the match. Roy Denson completed the turnaround with a closely fought 15-point victory in the final frame, which means he has now won ¾ of his games.

Walmersley A travelled a short distance to Seedfield A. Despite a 36 break from Dave Samuels, Steve Chant managed to keep his nose in front throughout to claim the first point by just 5 chalks. Paul Eslick made a teen break nearly ever visit to get himself in front, and left no easy starters for his opponent to make the score line 2-0 for the home team. With a target of 86-points for Brian Ridley to secure the aggregate, the game was still in the balance. However, Bob Capron left it too late and had to settle for a consolation point for his frame win.

Finally, Castleton hosted Victoria in a match that saw them jump 2 places up the league table. Elvet Smith put in a steady performance to beat an in-form Glen Anchor. The second frame was narrowly won by Bill Schofield to give Terry Jump the opportunity to complete the whitewash in the final frame. Terry overcame a 66-point handicap advantage with the aid of a 36 break to win his game by 20-points.

The season now enters its last 5 matches with a prize available to the team scoring the most league points that also finish outside the prize money positions in the league.

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Away Teams Struggle As Hosts Win All New Year Fixtures

The first matches of 2022 saw all home teams take victory with a 4-1 scoreline!

Victoria hosted Walmersley B and got off to a perfect start through Glen Anchor. Glen quickly recorded a break of 32, capitalising on a 29-point handicap advantage. He then continued to make breaks in the high teens and early 20’s, leaving his opponent to do nothing but spectate, as he took the first frame by 120 points! The second frame got off to a similar start as the first. Sam Walker made an early 43-break to add to a 20-point handicap advantage. However, opponent James Fletcher struck back with a 38 break and a series of 20+ breaks to edge ahead before a nervy finish from both players. Sam held it together to clinch the frame and send the home team into a 2-0 lead. The final frame saw yet another 30+ break through Dale Jones’ (32), which secured a consolation point for Walmersley. A special mention must go to Alan Lees’ efforts to try to persuade the balls to do what he wished through a combination of…

MissQ’s A welcomed Seedfield A in their match. Steve Chant got the visitors off to a great start with a 45-point victory. The next frame looked to be going Seedfields way, but a trio of breaks from Paul Mather (30, 36, 44unf) saw him steal the frame to level the match. Phil Deakin completed the comeback for MissQ’s with some good fortune in combination with some well-played billiards.

MissQ’s B travelled to Elton Lib in their fixture. Paul Holt got the home team off to a great start thanks to a well-constructed 35-break, which actually included an uncharacteristic array of billiards shots (sorry Paul J). Bruce Holden followed up with a second frame victory, as Trevor Burns couldn’t quite overcome the handicap disadvantage. Sid Ash played within himself, and despite being caught by opponent Paul Taylor, he managed a late surge to take the final frame.

Finally, Castleton made the trip to Walmersley A. Dave Samuels ensured that he remains in contention for the most frame wins prize with a first frame victory. Bob Capron made the score 2-0 to put the home team in control, but Elvet Smith overcame a 59-point handicap deficit to stop the whitewash.

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Walmersley Derby Produces Whitewash For The A Team

Walmersley A struck a huge blow to Walmersley B’s chances of the Bury Billiards League title this with, as they completely whitewashed their Matherroad counterparts in the Walmersley derby. Ian Belgin struggled to get going against a consistent Bob Capron, leaving it too late in the game to benefit from a 33 break. Dale Jones suffered only his 2nd defeat of the season at the hands of Dave Samuels despite starting well. This meant that James Fletcher needed to restrict opponent Darren Samuels to scoring only 27-points to turn the aggregate and the match around. James started well, immediately scoring 29 from his first visit, followed by a small collection of teen breaks. However, the league secretary is now considering random drugs tests, as it seemed that Darren Samuels suddenly became possessed by the spirit of Walter Lindrum, potting balls for fun and easily completing the whitewash for the A team.

Trevor Burns continued his good form as he took the first frame for MissQ’s B against Victoria. Roy Denson capitalised with a 53-point victory in the 2nd frame, which put the match firmly in MissQ’s hands. Alan Lees secured a consolation point for Victoria in the final frame.

Castleton hosted MissQ’s A. The first frame looked to be going Castletons way, but a 51 unfinished break by Paul Mather turned the frame around. Paul also recorded break of 31 & 34 for good measure. Bill Schofield hit back for the home team to level the match in the second frame. Although Phil Deakin won the final frame, Bill’s 52-point victory proved too heavy to overturn the aggregate – 3-2 to Castleton.

Finally, Seedfield B welcomed Elton Lib. Paul Holt narrowly claimed the first frame, followed by a whopping 59-point victory in the second by Bruce Holden. Danny Morgan stopped the whitewash with a final frame victory, despite a valiant effort from Paul Taylor, who recorded this weeks highest break of 53.

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Walmersley B Comeback Keeps Them In Touch Of Leaders MissQ’s B

MissQ’s B maintained their stronghold on the top spot of the Bury Billiards League after a 4-1 victory against Walmersley A. Trevor Burns hardly left Bob Capron a shot in his first frame 80-point victory. Dave Samuels replied for the home team, to level the match at 1-1, but the damage had already been done. Roy Denson edged Darren Samuels in the final frame by just 4 points.

MissQ’s A got off to a flying start as they hosted Walmersley B. Paul Mather played consistantly well, recording breaks of 66 and 30 to take the first frame by over 100 points. However, Walmersley struck back through James Fletcher’s 125-42 vicory in the second. James recording a 42 break in the process. This set up a final frame showdown between Dale Jones and Phil Deakin. Dale continued his recent good form with a 33 break, to finish the turn around for the visitors, and keep them within reach of the league leaders.

Seedfield A hosted Castleton, with Paul Eslick and Terry Jump producing the best frame of the evening from a spectators point of view. Terry got off to a flyer with a 38 break, but Paul quickly answered with a 31 of his own. The game became a cat and mouse affair with Paul requiring 8 points for victory. However, at 50 points behind, Terry made a 20 break to keep the visitors in the match. Steve Chant & Bill Schofield carried on the cat and mouse theme, as no more than 15 points ever seperated the two. Steve pinched the frame 125-124. The final frame saw Elvet Smith string a series of teen plus breaks to gradually overcome the aggregate defecit and claim a 3-2 win for the visitors.

Finally, Seedfield B travelled to Victoria, but failed to take any points home. Sam Walker took the first frame by 30 points, and Glen Anchor follwed with a 27 point victory. The whitewash was completed by Gerald Sheridan in the final frame.

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Mather Narrowly Misses Out On Century Break. MissQ’s B Open Gap At Top

The half way point in the Bury Billiards League sees MissQ’s B lead the way by 4 points after their 5-0 triumph in the MissQ’s derby. Derek Hamlet showed signs of returning back to form as he took on an in form Sid Ash. Derek closed the handicap gap, but Sid pulled away towards the end of the frame to take the first point of the evening. Phil Deakin and Trevor Burns had a cracker of a game. Phil raced into a 30 point lead, only for Trevor to peg him back wit ha 35 break. It was then nip and tuck until Phil broke down on what was panning out to be a match winning break with only one point required for victory. Trevor required 38 points to win, and looked to be well on his way until he broke down on a 36 break. Phil missed, leaving Trevor a cannon to win by one point. The whitewash was completed by Roy Denson in the final frame, despite opponent, Paul Mather, recording breaks of 42 and 91, which puts him in firm command of the high break prize.

Walmersley A hosted Seedfield B. Seedfield took all their best shots to Walmersley. Martin Bennett had the best of the running in the first frame with his renowned flukes aiding his 125-119 victory. Jim Peters produced a similar performance, as he made a 22 break, 18 points of which reportedly came from flukes. Bob Capron managed to pull some aggregate points back after trailing 119-63 to finish the game 125-98. Dave Samuels managed to edge out Danny Morgan in the final frame to claim a consolation point for Walmersley.

Walmersley B travelled down the road to Seedfield A. Dale Jones got the away team off to a flyer, restricting his opponent to scoring only 8 points and throwing a 30 break in for good measure. Steve Chant looked to have completely turned the game on its head in the second frame, as he lead by over 100 points needing only 17 for victory. However, Ian Belgin showed composure to finish with a score of 98. Brain Ridley chipped away steadily in the final frame wit hhis usual mantra “two’s two”. His opponent responded with some steady play and earnt the title James ‘Flukey’ Fletcher to take the final frame by 8 points. 4-1 to Walmersley, to keep them in touch with the league leaders.

Finally, Victoria welcomed Elton. Paul Holt overcame the handicap disadvantage in the first to win by 8 points. Paul Taylor took on Sam Walker in an evenly matched second frame. Paul increasing the aggreagte lead to 31 points in favour of Elton. Bruce Holden kept Alan Lees at bay with an initial 16 point handicap lead only being cut down to 8, which saw Elton take all 5 points home.

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MissQ’s B Continue Winning Streak But Walmersley Teams Maintain Pressure

MissQ’s B continued their winning streak wit ha 5-0 victory over Seedfield A. Trevor Burns got the home team off to a great start with a 31 break helping him overcome Paul Eslick. Sid Ash made it 5 wins from 7 games as he secured a similarly scored game. Finally, Roy Denson matched his teammates 5 out of 7 with a closely fought 125-122 victory.

Walmersley Con A ensured that they remain in contention for the top spot wit ha 4-1 away win at Elton Lib. Bob Capron had Bruce Holden to thank for his first frame win, as Bruce inadvertantly picked up the cue ball despite it being in play. Dave Samuels won by a comfortable margin in the second frame, which meant that the aggregate was fairly secure. Brian Samuels made his 2021 debut, just managing to reach the aggregate score winning target, but Paul Holt ensured a consolation point for the home team.

Castleton travelled to Walmersley B in their fixture. Terry Jump continued to score in the high teens and early 20’s to comfortably win the first frame. Ian Belgin narrowly missed out on yet another 30+ break in his second frame victory, which meant that the final frame left all to play for. Dale Jones started well, building up a large lead thanks to a 33 break, but Elvet Smith surged back to give a glimour of hope for the aggregate points. However, Dale took advantage of his earlier good play to clinch a 4-1 victory for Walmersley.

Seedfield B had Jim Peters to thank for their 3-2 victory against MissQ’s A. Although only winning by 22 points in the first frame, it proved enough to secure the aggregate points. The second frame saw a closely fought contest between Richard Adams and Phil Deakin. Phil managed to turn a handicap deficit of 96 points to steal the frame by 6. The final frame  started with a trademark Chairman Bennett fluke; cutting the red into the top left pocket from in-hand. However, Derek Hamlet showed composure in trying to stop Martin reach an aggregate winning score, which saw the frame turn tactical. Derek claimed the frame 125-119, but this was enough to give the home team both aggregate points by a margin of 10.

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Two Points Separate Top Six Teams As MissQ’s B Make 3 Out of 3

As we approach the half way point in the 2021/22 Bury Billiards League season, only two points separate all of the teams in the top two thirds of the table!

The Seedfield Bowling Club derby produced this seasons first draw! The B team looked on course to claim all 5 points as they took the first two frames through Martin Bennett and Danny Morgan. Steve Chant started well in the first frame and kept his nose infront until a late surge by the Chairman himself saw him run out with a crafty 11 break. The second frame saw Paul Eslick get to within 30-points of his opponent, but Danny Morgan kept his composure, streaking to an 80-point lead. Paul replied with a mini-streak of his own, recording a 34 break in the process and double baulking Danny when he had reached 119. However, Danny managed a cannon off the cushion to clinch the frame. Brian Ridley looked to have turned the game on its head in the final frame, but Jim Peters saved the day for the B team thanks to a 6 shot to tie the aggregate points.

MissQ’s B continued their good form in a similarly closely fought match. Castleton’s Bill Schofield and Terry Jumptook the first two frames by narrow margins, despite Trevor Burns making a 33-break in the first frame. With only 9 points separating the teams going into the final frame, all was still to play for. Sid Ash proved to be MissQ’s hero as he took the frame 125-103 and secured 3 points for the visitors.

Walmersley Con A ensured that they remained in the mix, taking all 5 points as they entertained Victoria.The first two frames were won by narrow margins; Bob Capron & Darren Samuels the victors. Dave Samuels won the final frame by 33 points to finish the evening off in style.

Finally, Elton Lib travelled to MissQ’s A and took all five points home – perhaps due to a depleted MissQ’s squad; perhaps due to some fine individual Elton performances. Barry Weall took the first frame, as Rob Greenwood made his 2021/22 league debut. Bruce Holden won his first 2021/22 frame despite a 30 break from opponent, Phil Deakin. Paul Holt won the final frame by 25-points to send Elton 3rd in the overall standings.

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Mather Comes Back Strong as Castleton Clinch Top Spot

Bury Billiards Leagues 6th week produced a set of results to tighten the league up as we start the approach to Christmas.

League leaders Walmersley A travelled to MissQ’s B. An in form Ian Belgin didn’t fail to record yet another 30+ break, but opponent Roy Denson slowly played his way into the frame to finish well and take the point. Dale Jones was high on confidenece going into his frame as he was yet to be beat this season. However, Sid Ash played a fluent frame to take the match to 2-0 for the home team. The final frame saw Trevor Smith make his 2021 debut, and with thanks to a trio of 20+ breaks, he pipped opponent James Fletcher to the post. 5-0 to MissQ’s B.

Only 14 aggregate points separated Seedfield B from Castleton. The first frame went to the home side through Jim Peters by a narrow 6-point margin. Elvet Smith struck back for Castleton with a similarly narrow 8-point margin. This left the game nicely poised going into the final frame, which saw experience prevail, as Bill Schofield won by 12 points to take Castleton to the top of the league.

Victoria hosted MissQ’s A in their match. Glen Anchor’s 125-56 victory in the first frame was a severe blow early in the evening, putting MissQ’s A on the back foot straight away. Sam Walker looked to capitalise in the second, and looked on course to do so when the scoreline stood at 110-26 in his favour. However, opponent Paul Mather had not quite thrown the towel in, as he recorded a 57 break and a 32 unfinished to steal the frame. Alan Lees took the final frame with a 125-88 victory, and keep Victoria off the bottom of the table.

Seedfield A had a successful trip to Elton Lib. Brian Ridley claimed the first frame by just 8 points, but Paul Holt levelled with a 12 point victory. Paul Eslick made it 3 wins from 4 games in the final game to put Seedfield A in a strong mid table position with a game in hand over the two leaders. 

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Belgin Keeps Walmersley B On Top, As Castleton Rally

The 5th week of the Bury Billiards League produced two whitewashes. The first of which was Castleton’s comeback after last weeks 5-0 loss. They welcomed unbeaten, Elton Lib, to theier home turf, and got underway with Alistair Hardman’s narrow 14-point victory. Terry Jump was triumphant in the second frame with a 125-65 win, and Bill Schofield finished the evening off with a closely fought 6-point victory in the final frame.

Victoria travelled to Seedfield Bowling Club, taking on the A team. Steve Chant pipped Gerald Sheridan at the post after both players played a safe game. Paul Eslick and Glen Anchor matched each other well in the second frame until 90 points a piece, but Paul pulled away at the end with two breaks above 10 to take the match to 2-0. The final frame saw Gary McGovern keep his handicap advantage throughout with Alan Lees missing too many pots to claw back any points.

Walmersley B remain at the top of the league after a 4-1 victory at home against Seedfield B. Jim Peters potted well and finished with an impressive 8-point shot to take the first frame. However, Ian Belgin recorded a break of 45 during his frame (although this was originally thought to have been a 31 break before a stray cue ball trickled ever so delicately into a pocket whilst the referee was placing the score on the board) to level the match and keep the aggregate evenly poised. Dale Jones continued on his unbeaten streak in the final frame to turn the aggregate around in the home teams favour by just 9 points.

The MissQ’s B vs Walmersley A result was a 3-2 victory to the home team, but scores are yet to come in.

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Victoria Open Their 2021/22 Season Account With Whitewash

The Bury Billiards League tightened up at the top after week 4, with only 5 points seperating 1st and 6th.

League Leaders Walmersley B travelled to unbeaten Elton Lib. In the first frame, Barry Weall took advantage of a 115 handicap advantage to keep his opponent at bay throughout the frame. Dale Jones continued in his winning ways with a second frame victory, but Paul Taylor steadied the ship to claim the final frame and a 4-1 victory to send Elton 2nd in the league having played one less than the leaders.

Victoria claimed their first victory of the season in style with a complete 5-0 whitewash over opponents Castleton. Glen Anchor won the first, and Sam Walker put in a true captains performance to take the second by 88 points; putting the home team in complete control of the aggregate score. Gerld Sherridan finished the evening with a narrow 18 point victory.

Seedfield A had a short journey up the road to face Walmersley A. The visitors claimed the first frame through Paul Eslick despite opponent, Dave Samuels, recording a 32 break. Dave started the frame well, but as the club temperature increased, he suffered from a sticky cue, which allowed Paul to steadily progress to the finish. Garry McGovern took the second frame by a similar margin as Bill Whittaker made his first appearance this season. Darren Samuels got the consolation frame for Walmersley to end the evening with a late surge in his frame.

Finally, Seedfield B hosted MissQ’s B in a match that produced the highlights of the week. Trevor burns opened his account in the 30+ breaks table with an impressive 46 to overturn an 80 point handicap disadvantage. Teammate, Roy Denson, followed in the second frame with a 32 break; winning by 70 points! Although the aggregate was well out of reach at this point, that didn’t stop Sid Ash inflicting even more damage in the final frame with a 69 point victory to take all 5 points home.

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Cobwebs Seem To Be Blown Away As Breaks Tally Increases

Week 3 of the Bury Billiards League produced the most 30+ breaks so far in the 2021/22 season with 5 players making 8 breaks between them. Paul Mather recorded the highest 2 breaks of the bunch with a 47 and a 45 to claim the second frame for MissQ’s A against Seedfield A after Gary McGovern had put Seedfield a frame ahead in the first. Phil Deakin added to the breaks tally with a 35 in his final frame victory to take 4 points home for the visitors.

Castleton Bowling Club hosted league leaders Walmersley A. Bill Schofield narrowly beat opponent Darren Samuels in the first for the home team. Terry Jump made breaks of 33 and 30 to claim an emphatic 73-point victory in the second frame, but Walmersley struck back through Bob Capron to claim a consolation point.

Elton Lib continued their impressive start to the season with a 4-1 victory away to MissQ’s B. Barry Weall won the first frame, only for Roy Denson to claim the second for MissQ’s by a single point. Paul Taylor held his nerve in the final frame, which means Elton remain the only unbeaten side in the league.

Finally, Walmersley B welcomed Victoria to a newly decorated club. Dale Jones made hard work of overcoming veteran Gerrald Sheridan in the first frame. Ian Belgin continued his fine form with a 30 break to take the second frame by 70 points, which put the aggregate score firmly in the hands of the home team. James Fletcher made sure of the whitewash with two 31 breaks in the final frame, and send Walmersley B to the top of the league.

Taylor Sets The Bar For High Break

The second week of the Bury Billiards League saw the two Walmersley teams go head to head in an early fight for top spot. Dale Jones got the B team off to a good start with a 33 break, but Dave Samuels hit back with a 38 break in his frame with the aid of some impressive long jenny’s and long in off’s to put the aggregate score well in the hands of the A team. Ian Belgin won the final frame for the B team, but the damage had been done in the second frame, which saw the A team clinch the match and the top spot.

Elton Lib got theit season under way at home to Seedfield B. Danny Morgan got the visitors off to a great start, but Paul Holt showed composure to take the second frame. The highlight of the weeks fixtures was in the final frame of the match, which saw Paul Taylor take on league chairman, Martin Bennett. Paul recorded the leagues highest break so far (51) to see off his opponent in emphatic style, and secure a 4-1 victory for Elton.

Victoria hosted Miss Q’s B. Captain, Roy Denson, secured the first frame narrowly for the visitors. Sid Ash capitalised for MissQ’s with a 26 point victory. Trevor Burns secured all 5 points for the visitors with a final frame tiumph over Alan Lees.

Last seasons champions got back on gtrack with a 5-0 victory over Castleton Bowling Club. Paul Mather recorded breaks of 37 & 33 to overcome a 121 handicap deficit in the first frame. Ronnie Tolson got back to winning ways with a 23 point victory in the second frame. Finally, captain, Phil Deakin, managed to secure the whitewash with a 30 break against Terry Jump, despite Terry recording a 31 break in reply.

Walmersley Teams Lead The Way After Almost 2 Years Out Of Action

The Bury Billiards League 2021-22 season got under way this week after 20 months without a ball being struck!

Welcome back everyone!

The first match saw the 2019-20 champions, MissQ’s A, visit the new Walmersley Con B (previously Radcliffe Central).

The first frame was a tale of cat and mouse between Dale Jones and Ronnie Tolson, with Dale holdingh his nerve to take a 125-113 victory over the distinguished veteran. Ian Belgin faced Paul Mather in the second frame. Ian maintained a healthy lead with some good fortune until Paul struck with a 33 break to put him within 40 points. Ian struck back late on in the game with a 37 break to put Walmersley in a commanding aggregate position. The two captains, Phil Deakin and James Fletcher, faced each other in the final frame. James started well, and quickly recouped the handicap difference with a 35 break, but Phil strung together a series of teen breaks with the aid of some impressive short jenny’s to keep him within reach of the winning margin. However, James held on to narrowly clinch the frame and all 5 points for the home team.

Castleton hosted Seedfield A in a match that saw league debutant Steve Chant record his highest personal break of 19, only to be pipped by Bill Schofield by 6 points. The second frame started slowly, but the running of the balls favoured Elvet Smith as Paul Eslick showed a lack of prctice; Elvet taking a 125-62 victory. The visitors claimed a consolation point in the final frame as Brian Ridley maintained a 27 point lead throughout the majority of the game against Alistair Hardman.

Seedfield B also fielded a league debutant, Danny Morgan, in their match against Victoria. Danny faced the experienced Gerrald Sheridan, who held onto the handicap advantage to take the first frame for the visitors. The remaining frames went the way of the home team. Martin Bennett benefitted from some typical good fortune and took advantage of Sam Walkers mid-frame lull. Jim Peters claimed the final frame with a convincing 125-72 victory over Alan Lees.

Finally, Walmersley A travelled to MissQ’s B. Trevor Burns was welcomed back to the league by Dave Samuels. Dave taking the frame by 29 points. The second frame was also taken by Walmersley – Bob Capron beating Sid Ash 125-104. The visitors took the fina frame and all 5 points to join their Walmersley counterparts at the top of the league, as Darren Samuels won by a whopping 51 points against Roy Denson.

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