Ash serves up Wright stuff for title-chasing The Gas Man
ASHLEY Wright led the way for title-chasing The Gas Man with a superb break of 87 in his team's 6-0 victory against Peter Hogarth & Sons.
Former professional Wright, Dan Mumby, Scott Long (59), Rick Gilliatt, Paul Jackson (44) and Kev North were all in great form as Gas Man look set to take the Intermediate race down to the wire.
The team to beat, though, remains newly-promoted Icing Cabin, who chalked up yet another win – this time a hard-fought 4-2 victory over with Ray Edmonds B.
Jamie Barrett and Lewis Singleton won both frames on one table, while Scott Gibbons and Stephen Singleton shared with Daz Evans and Nige Otter on the other.
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Mick Ponsonby scored a break of 42 break to pull the game back to 3-2, but then Terry Burns and Tony Aisthorpe completed a valuable win.
Meanwhile, Locate Supplies looked to be in trouble again as Al Goodhand, Mark George, Steve Johnson and Tom Keeley put Clee Cons A 2-0 up.
However the title hopefuls responded well with Mark Franks, Wayne Webber, Ian Crosby and Steve Fisher levelling the match, before Nige Emmerson andMark Graves put them 3-2 up.
They had to settle for a draw, though, as Jase Reynolds and Mick Goodwin made it 3-3.
Birds Eye saw off West End B 4-2 with a middle order 2-0 from Gordon Couling and Garry Avison enough for the Ladysmith Road side.
Art Young and Colin Crosby put Carr Lane Social A 2-0 up at Webbonet, paving the way for a further 2-0 from Alan Young and Gaz Horsfall.
Knowing they had suffered a rare home defeat, Brian Hotson and Mick Chew brought respectability to the scoreline winning the final two frames.