League champions start with a full house

PUBLISHED: 09:10 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:10 30 October 2015

Wrington Vale Snooker League champions Frames A started the new season in top form, whitewashing Backwell A.

The first round of matches have been completed in the Wrington Vale Snooker League and the table has a familiar look to it, with reigning champions Frames A at the top and Rovers in second place.

Both sides had convincing wins, Frames A in particular were in excellent form winning 6-0 away at Backwell A. Ryan Carlier scored breaks of 46 and 22, Paul Quick breaks of 33 and 26 and skipper Jason Marsh breaks of 40 and 34 in an impressive victory.

Rovers won 5-1 at Peelers in an enjoyable contest, where David Bailey returned to action, and marked the return with two wins. Chris Bond managed the highest break of the evening, a decent 33 en-route to victory over Mac Macgregor.

Clevedon A remain in third place with another good win, this time against lowly Backwell B, by 5-1. Mark Walsh continued his fine start to the season with two more wins and Ashley Hind also won both frames.

A mention for Paul Davies the Backwell B skipper, who picked up Backwell’s solitary frame and in doing so also secured his first victory of the season.

In the other match, Frames Pandas and Congresbury played out a battling 3-3 draw. Tom Peasland was the form player for the Pandas winning both his frames, while Roy Jenkins hit a top break of 31 in winning both his frames for the visitors.

Results: Backwell A 0, Frames A 6; Clevedon A 5, Backwell B 1; Peelers 1, Rovers 5; Frames Pandas 3, Congresbury 3.

Breaks: David Bailey 27; Chris Bond 33; Roy Jenkins 31; Paul Quick 33, 26; Ryan Carlier 46, 22; Jason Marsh 40, 34.


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