Full house for BS20 Sports RH
PUBLISHED: 15:02 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:02 13 February 2018
BH20 Sports RH completed a whitewash over Conservative B in the Clevedon & District Snooker League.
Kevin King of BS20 Sports RH got off to a slow start in the first of two matches played in the Clevedon & District Snooker League.
He quickly saw himself more than 20 points behind against Conservative B captain Mark Adams. However, the lead was short-lived as King potted well to come back and win 55-23.
Des Gilbert was up next for the Portishead hosts and a break of 25 and a 22 clearance helped him ease to victory 80-25 over Dave Brooks.
The match was won for BS20 Sports RH by their captain Tony Eastham with a 60-22 win against John Morse. A 22 break for Paul Smart saw the home side make it 4-0 as Dave Sansum was unable to stop Smart from winning the frame 80-24.
The pairs frame went the same way as the rest of the match with Gilbert and Smart comfortably winning 57-17 over Brooks and Sansum. Final score BS20 Sports RH 5, Conservative B 0.
Conservative A were the hosts to BS20 Sports A in the second match which saw both captains drawn against each other in the opening frame.
The visiting captain, Pete Skinner, won the frame 49-19 before his teammate Paul Honess doubled the lead with a 63-32 win of his own over Mark Walsh.
Phil Daniels compiled a 20 break as he pulled a frame back to beat Steve King 56-28, but it was the visitors who won the match in the fourth frame with Ron Reeves taking the victory 56-37 over Luke Stilwell.
Alan Pople was paired with Walsh for the home side for the final frame of the evening and it seemed to work as they beat King and Reeves 69-50 in a high-scoring frame. Final score Conservative A 2, BS20 Sports A 3.
Despite the loss Conservative A stay top of the table on 42 points, having played 11 matches with BS20 Sports RH on 29 (played 11) and BS20 Sports A on 27 (9). Conservative B are fourth with 19 (11) and Mizzymead are at the foot of the table on 13 (10).
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