Supplies build on promising start
LOUTH Building Supplies maintained their 100 per cent record and are the team to beat at the top of the Louth Snooker & Billiards League.
They beat GRS Electrical Services 7-5. After recovering from the shock of going behind when Steve Brown won a frame, the hosts took control with Henry McSpadden, Tony Byrne and Kyle Johnson sealing the victory.
J Melton Painters chalked up their first win when they beat Dales Poultry & Game 7-5. The visitors were in tune early on when Craig Shaw, left, ran in a superb 59 break, but the hosts took the honours through Ieuan Bullivant and Jocky Stirton.
Also driving to a victory were NT Shaw Citroen who sent Sibjon Builders crashing 8-4. Tom Melin notched for his side, but they were rocking at the foundations when Joe Hunt, Malc Dixon and Andre Fisher contributed to a fine away success.
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Castaline and Louth Travel Centre fought out an exciting draw.
Mark Copeland and Mark Parrinder had the visitors flying, only to see Richard Kissane and Stephen Kemplay both win to help earn a 6-6 draw.
The spoils were also shared between Don Noble Bookmakers and Kitchen Solutions.
John Bartup and Brian Leese looked to have saddled the hosts a win, but they were caught on the line as Mark Squires and Keith Aston notched wins.
It is back-to-back wins for Marris Carpets, who swept MA Stephenson Autos away with a 2-1 defeat.
Mark Parrinder and Kev Fenwick were on form for the visitors. Castaline secured their first win, beating ABC Riding Wear 2-1. Gary Brown and Dan Blythe (27 break) set up a maximum, but Phillip Tamblin pulled one back.
Naulls & Dales are up and running after their 2-1 victory over Moran Travel. Step Taylor and Phil Marshall did the trick for Naulls & Dales, who had Pat O'Reilly knocking in a 34 break in his loss to Harry Putland.
The Louth Snooker & Billiards League is sponsored by Faulkners Audio Visual & Domestic Appliances.