Rovers triumph in top of the table clash

PUBLISHED: 14:30 16 February 2011 | UPDATED: 14:30 16 February 2011

Snooker

Snooker

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ROVERS maintained their lead of the Wrington Vale Snooker League after their top of the table clash with Triangles A saw them return from the Clevedon club with a 5-1 win.

ROVERS maintained their lead of the Wrington Vale Snooker League after their top of the table clash with Triangles A saw them return from the Clevedon club with a 5-1 win.

Frames consolidated their hold on second place with a 5-1 win at Clevedon Conservatives A. Peelers continued their move up the table with a 6-0 win at Backwell Lucky 13.

Irving Prowse had a calamitous frame against Clevedon 
Conservatives B’s Dave Crees, going in-off five times as Dave secured a 65-44 win. Dave then played Cleeve skipper Mike Gould in a low scoring frame which he just pinched at the end. Simon Cambridge restricted both Reuben Hurse and Irving to just 10 points in his two frames which he won easily, but Reuben managed to snatch a point for Cleeve with a win against Mark Litson. Mark hit back against Mike to secure a 5-1 win.

In the outstanding match from the previous week, Jason Marsh had a great night in Frames 5-1 win at Backwell Lucky 13. In the first frame he knocked in a good break of 45 but went better than that that in his second frame clearing up with a 61, the highest so far in the league this season.

Breaks: Jason Marsh 61, 45; Mark Walsh 32; Brian Lewis 28; Andy Sweet 28; Lee Kerslake 23; Darren Lowis 23; Simon Cambridge 21; Chris Bond 20.


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