Castaline stun leaders
LEADERS Harness & Cooper Joiners slipped to a first defeat of the Louth Snooker League season at the hands of Castaline, writes Jack Westerby.
Matt Archer put the Joiners in front, but visitors Castaline hit back strongly through Gary Brown (38), Richard Kissane (37) and Stephen Kemplay to go joint third.
J Melton Painters now share that spot after their emphatic 10-2 victory.
After a quiet start to the season, Painters came to life against Sibjon Builders – Dave Revell, Ieuan Bullivant, Colin Stirton, Wes Burton and Graham Evison's 34 break sent the visitors crashing to defeat.
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Improving defending champions Kitchen Solutions beat GRS Electrical Services, 9-3. Steve Squires, Kenny Dodge and Rod Dodge ensured victory to move Solutions up to mid-table.
Second-placed Seymour & Castle closed in on the leaders with a 7-5 victory at Louth Building Supplies.
Jeff Read and Simon Davison both got the away outfit back on winning ways. Billy McSpadden replied for the hosts.
Dales Poultry & Game made it four wins in a row with an 8-4 win at NT Shaw Citroen. Andrew Fisher put the hosts ahead, but Phil Marshall, Jez Swaby and Tony Stephenson led the successful fight-back.
Don Noble Bookmaker snatched a 7-5 victory at Louth Travel Centre. The match looked to be heading for a draw before Dave Johnson's win clinched it.
MA Stepheson Autos have opened up a two-point lead at the top of the Louth Billiards League. Hayden Gavey, Andre Fisher and Stuart Borman all won in a 3-0 triumph at Marris Carpets.
Reigning champions Naulls & Dales won 2-1 at Moran Travel. Jez Swaby and Mark Storey put an end to Travel's recent winning run after Bob Camfield had given them the lead.
ABC Riding Wear are now level with the Castaline side who beat them 2-1 earlier this season. Dan Blythe (31) and Sam Mountain gave hosts Wear a vital win, while Terry Espin earned the visitors a point.