Liskeard & District Snooker and Billiards League
Premier: Looe C v St Cleer (10/12) to be arranged by 7/1 played by 4/2
Premier: Looe C v St Neot A (4/2) to be arranged by 4/3 played by 1/4
Division 1; Liskeard C v Lerryn (7/1) playing on 4/3
Knock out cup venue and referee's (4th March)
Looe C v Menheniot B at Pelynt referee Richard Broad
St Dominic A v St Neot A at Pelynt referee Darren Hunn
St Neot B v DownderryA at Pensilva referee Phil Bond
Liskeard B v Essa at Menheniot referee Dave Crowle
Pelynt C v St Germans at Polbathic referee Mike Warr
Polbathic B v St Neot C at St Ive referee Ray Bunkum (being played 26th feb)
For result cards clink on dates for link in divisons
Annual dinner will be held on 24th April, A.G.M is on 27th May
This week a tremendous performance from Looe Social C sent Premier leaders St Dominick A to their first defeat of the season. Chris Bond hit a fine 48 for the Saints but home skipper Jerry Richards saw his team triumph with a win over Gary Hughes. Second placed St Cleer kept up the chase with four points from Looe B and in the battle for third place St Neot A won at St Dominick B, Andy Ridgman in super form again with a 35 break followed by a 56 clearance, and Torpoint just got the better of Polperro D. At Freathy the home team slipped up against Menheniot B, despite an outstanding individual display from James Edmonds who hit a 51 break followed by a clearance of the colours.
Nigel Gilbert knocked in a 42 break for Division One leaders Downderry A who still went down to defeat at Pelynt A. Liskeard Cons C took the opportunity to jump into first place with four points from Lanreath, Mark Dustan featuring again with a 46 break. Calstock put a dent in ESSA’s hopes of a return to the top division despite losing the opening frames and Lerryn continued their revival with another four pointer, this time against out of luck Liskeard Cons B. Menheniot A just got past Pensilva to keep up their hopes of avoiding relegation.
Division Two leaders Pelynt C are closing in on the title after four points from rivals St Germans, and Polbathic B are now clear in second after a whitewash of visiting Trewidland. St Ive and Luckett both lost ground after narrow losses, while at Downderry B Bev Brighton won her first frame for the season but it was not enough to prevent Polperro C from coming out on top.
This week breaks came from Andy Ridgman 56 clearance & 35, James Edmonds 51 & 27 clearance, Mark Dustan 46, Nigel Gilbert 42 & 27, Chris Bond 48, Steve Cocks 31, Kevin Steed and Mike Pengelly both 30.
Please note there is a new date of Thursday 5th March for the next committee meeting and deadline for the return of trophies.