Seaton Feds back on top

PUBLISHED: 11:19 09 December 2010

Snooker

Snooker

© Ljupco Smokovski 2007

Colyton Feds moved back to the top of the table following a good home win against Chard Casuals 4-2.

The first two frames were drawn before Stuart Orren won the next two frames for the Feds beating Bob Shave. The final two were drawn but Richard Gibbons got two bonus points for the Feds for taking a frame off Steve Banfield.

In-form Chard Cons and Pros came up against the immovable object that is Honiton Wonderers and lost 5-1.

Graham Ward and Ben Pike won the first and last four frames for the Wonderers against Dave Bennett and Richard Keech with the middle two frames being drawn.

Honiton WMC and Colyton Excons drew 3-3 but there were bonus points for both teams. The first two frames were drawn, but Chris Selway got two bonus points for the Workies for taking a frame off Neil Whitfield. Eddie Bonetta won the next two frames for the Excons against John Cann and got four bonus points as well.

Ray Selway won the final two frames for the Workies beating Martin Parker.

The club rival match between the two Sidmouth teams went in favour of the B team 2-4. Ricky Pile and Peter Wide won the first four frames for them, beating Chris Cripps and Richard Wills. Paul Martin won the final two frames for the A team against Tom Pile.

Results 30/11/10: Chard Cons and Pros 1, Honiton Wonderers 5, Honiton Wmc 3+2 Colyton Excons 3+4, Colyton Feds 4+2 Chard Casuals 2, Sidmouth Wmc A 2 Sidmouth Wmc B 4.

Breaks 30 and Over:Ben Pike 38, (Honiton Wonderers), Steve Banfield 47 (Chard Casuals) and Chris Selway 34cl (Honiton Wmc).


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