Liskeard & District Snooker and Billiards League

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Outstanding matches

 

Premier: Freathy v Looe Social B (5/11) now being played on 12/1

Premier: Looe C v St Cleer (10/12) to be arranged by 7/1 played by 4/2

Division 1: Downderry A v St Neot B (17/12) to be arranged by 14/1 played by 11/2

Division 2: Polbathic B v Polperro B (10/12) to be arranged by 7/1 played by 4/2

HCP match to be played by 31st Dec 2015 Downderry A (36) v St Neot C (44)

There is an error on Page 12 of the fixtures for the Premier teams please go by website or wall chart, please ignore this page as its last seasons


For result cards clink on dates for link in divisons 


This week saw most teams reach the halfway stage of the league programme and it appears that St Dominick A are odds on to retain their title in the Premier Division and they remain the only undefeated team in the whole of the league. St Neot A won well against Looe Social B to remain just outside the top three, while Menheniot B moved into a comfortable position with four points from bottom club Pelynt B. Freathy had an excellent win at Torpoint Cons in their local derby after taking the opening three frames.

Division Two also has a clear leader in Pelynt C who won comfortably at Downderry B while St Ive slipped back after losing at home to St Germans who came away with the Runabout Shield. St Neot C also fell back after losing at home to Trevelmond who continued their recent run of good form with four points. The division’s other form team is Luckett who moved into a clear second place with another four-pointer at Trewidland. Polperro C won again, this time against Polbathic B, to move further away from the bottom of the table.

As ever Division One remains extremely close with only six points separating the top half of the table. Leaders Downderry A crashed to a shock defeat at Saltash as ESSA moved into joint second place with Liskeard Cons C who overcame Calstock. Menheniot A have dropped into bottom spot after losing to Pelynt A who came from two down to take the final three frames. Pensilva raced into a three frame lead over Liskeard Cons B before some excellent potting from Mark Lister and Rob Simpson saw the Cons claw back two points. Finally St Neot B snatched the runabout shield at Lanreath in a match of four black-ball frames. Matt Woodward was the odd man out as he posted a break of 44 in his win to equal the division’s high score.

Breaks were made this week by Matt Woodward 44, Andy Ridgman 42, Andy Pearce 35, Brian Phillips 34 and Jim Simpson 27.

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