Mike in blistering form for Decepta

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

Decepta Cons’ Mik Allen was in blistering form for his side as he romped home against Dave Larner of the Zimmers.

Mike Allen was in blistering form for Decepta Cons against Zimmers in the Wrington Vale Billiards League, leaving Dave Larner only able to watch one of the most superb frames of billiards ever seen.

With breaks of 54, 45 and 33 in quick succession, plus 50 and 21, Mike cleared his handicap scoring 146 points to Dave’s nine to run out a comfortable victory.

Adrian Smith was up against brother Malcolm in the second frame and it was Malcolm who lead the way. As Malcolm dried up midway, Adrian showed his determination and class with breaks of 43, 24 and 22, to run out the eventual winner.

Roy Jenkins was under the cosh from the word go in the final frame as Tony McKee ran out a comfortable winner.

Backwell Village Club had their two teams battling it out for the top spot, with the B team beating the A team by just two points (438-436) for a 3-1 victory.

Bob Selby took on Alan Spear in what was always going to be a close affair before the B team’s Selby won 150-149.

Next up, A team’s Derek Ellis struggled against Mitch Wilson who was matching Derek point for point and went on to win 150-137. Last up, A” team’s Martyn Howell took on Steve Rees and ran out a 150-138 winner.

Results: Zimmers 1, Decepta Cons 3; Backwell A 1, Backwell B 3.

Breaks: Martyn Howell 24; Dave Larner 23; Roy Jenkins 31, 26, 20; Adrian Smith 43, 24, 22; Mike Allen 54, 50, 45, 33, 21.

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