Liskeard & District Snooker and Billiards League
Premier: Freathy v Looe Social B (5/11) now being played on 12/1
Division 2: St Neot C v St Germans (5/11) to be arranged by 3/12 and be played by 31/12
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
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Steve Ackroyd will be unavailable for a few weeks. Results can be emailed (not phoned) to email@example.com or if you prefer leave them with League Secretary Phil Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org or text Phil on 07710402583. Any problems you can call Phil on 01579 362091.
Remember all matches are over three frames and must be played by 31st December. The home player(s) must make contact by 1st December or the fixture may be reversed.
Under 21's is still open for entries up until 31st Dec, due to low replies
There were some really close matches this week with several frames being decided on the final black ball. Division Two leaders Pelynt C lost for the first time at Polbathic B after conceding the final frames to Paul Walker, who retained his unbeaten record, and home captain Mike Ivey. St Ive stay in second after a narrow win over Polbathic for whom Mike Warr kept his winning run going. The two Polperro teams both won and St Germans moved closer to the top with a comfortable win at Trewidland. Trevelmond won at Downderry B and were grateful to the Scott family as Mike and daughter Vanessa both won their frames.
There was another family triumph in Division One as joint leaders Liskeard Cons C just got past bottom team Pelynt A. Young Jude Phillips won for the first time this season and father Brian followed up by cracking in a new high break of 44 in his win. This was not enough to keep Downderry A from going to the top spot after their nap win at Lanreath, but Calstock slipped back after their recent good run as Lerryn easily got the better of them. ESSA won over Liskeard Cons B in a match which could easily have gone the other way, while St Neot B fought back from two down at Pensilva only for Phil Bond to take the final frame and the win for the home team.
In the Premier Division St Dominick A are now six points clear after their win at Pelynt B and St Cleer have climbed steadily into second place with another win, this time at Torpoint Cons. St Dominick B had another good win at home to Freathy, and Polperro D skipper Sam Jolliff saw his team home against Looe Social B. Newcomers Menheniot A are settling into their first premier season and are keeping clear of the bottom two places. Richard Woods had a break of 32 in his win at St Neot A, but the home team got home by the odd frame.
Breaks were made this week by Brian Phillips 44, Gary Hughes 38, Rob Cowling 36, Alan Snell 33, Richard Woods 32 and Martin Searle 30.