High scores recorded in the Wrington Vale Snooker League

PUBLISHED: 14:28 11 March 2015 | UPDATED: 14:28 11 March 2015

It was a high scoring week in the Wrington Vale Snooker League with some 17 breaks of 20+ across the four matches played.

IT WAS a high scoring week in the Wrington Vale Snooker League with some 17 breaks of 20+ across the four matches played.

Paul Quick recorded the highest of the week, a 64 in his match against Andy Phillips of Backwell B. Frames A look to have all but sewn up the title after defeating Backwell B 6-0.

All three Frame’s players scored heavily, with Jason Marsh getting breaks of 48 and 46, Jeff Jones a 42 and Quick adding a 32 alongside his 64.

Rovers lost ground in second place, despite a 4-2 away win at Congresbury. Steve Bailey with a 33 break en route to defeating Ashley Brooks. Dave Bailey managed a 37 break in his frame against Roy Jenkins, but still lost the frame on the black. Roy also won his other frame on the black against Julian Bond.

Clevedon A remain third with a well-deserved 5-1 victory against Peelers and are now just eight points behind Rovers. Alan Pople was the form player for Clevedon on the night, with a high run of 22 unbeaten.

Frames Panda’s recorded a 5-1 success of Backwell A, with Luke Ward showing good form in winning both his frames, scoring breaks of 43 and 20. Dan Foster was also in good touch, with a break of 30 in beating Backwell’s Martyn Howell.

Results: Peelers 1, Clevedon A 5; Congresbury 2, Rovers 4; Frames Pandas 5, Backwell A 1; Backwell B 0, Frames A 6.

Breaks: Paul Quick 64, 32; Jason Marsh 48. 46; Luke Ward 43, 20; Dave Bailey 37, 22; Roy Jenkins 22, 20; Phil Daniels 21, 20; Jeff Jones 42; Steve Bailey 33; Dan Foster 30; Rich Powell 27; Alan Pople 22.

League table

W D L Pts

Frames A 22 1 1 115

Rovers 18 4 2 98

Clevedon A 14 5 5 90

Frames Pandas 8 6 10 69

Peelers 6 3 15 57

Backwell A 8 6 10 54

Congresbury 2 4 18 38

Backwell B 2 3 19 23


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