A night to forget for Locate Supplies
FORMER champions of the Express Appliances Intermediate Snooker League, Locate Supplies, faced a visit to their former home to play Webbonet.
Playing at Clee Bowls Club, Mark Graves and Wayne Webber got Locate off to a great start by taking the first frame, but they were out-fought in the second as Mick Chew and Gordon Dawson made it 1-1.
Resurgent Webbonet were now on a roll as Brian Hotson and John Parrott took the next two frames to make it 3-1.
Nige Emmerson and Nick Woods pulled a frame back, but it was a night to forget for the visitors as Dave Webster and Ken Payne closed out a great 4-2 Webbonet win.
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It was to prove a tough night for another title contender as Gas Man travelled to Ray Edmonds S.
Gaz and Ian Dannatt gave the Edmonds team a dream start by winning their frames before Scott Long and the Gas Man himself Kev North took the next.
Dennis Dannatt and Andy Stocks restored the two-frame lead and then Ashley Wright (49, 40) and Dan Mumby pulled it back to 3-2.
Steve Arnold and Nick Masters took the last frame to seal a great 4-2 win for the S team.
Also at Ray Edmonds, it was a bad night for Westlands D, who had no answer to Ray Edmonds A.
Wins from Jamie Richardson, Andy Aisthope, Jamie Green, Daz Potter, Lee Blanchard and Paul Clark earned a 6-0 win.
Clark hit the week's highest break of 63, and Richardson made clearances of 23 and 22 to clinch both of his frames to deny Westlands their best chances of frames on the night.
It was a bad night for the two Clee Cons teams.
Defending champions Hainton B were at Clee Cons C and the only frame Cons won was from Rob Willerton and Ian England.
Chris Taylor, Neil Russell, Paul Codd and Ivan Harvey won 2-0 in a 5-1 win.
Clee Cons A travelled to the Cromwell Club to play leaders Icing Cabin and Lewis Singleton and Scott Gibbons proved too strong, winning 2-0.
On the other table, Tony Aisthorpe and Chris Tuck shared with Al Goodhand and Mark George.
The last two frames were very close and they were both edged by John Parker and the ice man Steve Singleton as the Cabin extended their lead at the top with a 5-1 win.
Gary Camburn and Gary Avison put Birds Eye 2-0 up against Peter Hogarth & Sons and soon this became 3-0 as Tony Jagger and Chris Madsen took the next.
However, Nige Cordy & Graham Richardson began a comeback which was later completed in style as Ian Hogarth and Paul Simpson made it 3-3. An early 2-0 from Chris Sutton and Nige Otter saw Ray Edmonds B to a 4-2 win at Carr Lane Social A.
Express Appliances continued their winning run with another 5-1 in Section B.
Carr Lane Social B were the opponents and only Roger Lockwood & John Stevens won a frame for the visitors as Rob Baker, Shane Newbold, Craig Smith & Paul Brett Jr won 2-0. Daz Kavanee & Andy Savage put Ray Edmonds D 2-0 up against West End D before Steve Donner & Dave McMullen pulled one back. In the fourth frame breaks of 22 from Richard Grant & 32 from Phil Marshall together with a 30 start made it mission impossible for Donner & McMullen as Edmonds made it 3-1. Steve Ellis (33) & Keith Fountain then won their frames to put Ray Edmonds D right in the promotion mix. It was a better night for West End C as they won 4-2 at the fading Graduates with an early 2-0 from Paul Stiff & Tony Smith being vital as they overcame a Cambridge side that had started the season so well. Cambridge F did very well as they visited Westlands C and they left taking all six frames to propel them up the table. Ray Nicholson & Pete Woods put No Idea 3-1 up away at Clee Bowls Juniors before Lee Neul & Tony Eglin saved the day for the Juniors by rescuing a draw.