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LDBSA Weekly Report

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Results
Lincoln Snooker Club B 6-1 Lincoln Snooker Club A

Woodhall Spa Con Club 4-3 Newark Con Club

Recorded Breaks
Adam Sears 69 Newark Con Club

It wasn’t a good week for the top two teams in the Premier League, Lincoln Snooker Club A were beaten 6-1 away against their B team. Lincoln Snooker Club B didn’t stand about they stormed into a 6-0 lead, Glenn Foster defeated Daren Doughty 69-44 and 76-28. Glenn followed this up winning his third frame 58-33 against Gavin Whittle. It was a similar score for Gavin in his second frame when Rick Epton beat him 69-33. It was Matt Ransome turn next, he faced Rick, and Rick carried on his good form winning 54-10. Calum Baptist beat Matt 60-31 for his sides six points. Gavin played his third frame of the night and got his sides only point with a 73-15 victory over Calum.
Woodhall Spa had to call on the services of Myles Delouse, he won his first frame when he came from behind to win a black ball decider 57-54 against Adam Sears. Then Myles defeated Matt Bavin with the help of a 32 break in his 58-33 win. Nigel Salmon was up next playing three frames in a row. Nigel lost his first two frames, firstly he lost to Matt 65-27 and then he lost to Adam 77-36, Adam with a 69 break. In his third frame he put his side 3-2 up when he beat Dale Schofield 49-12. Dale then faced two frames against Chris Taylor, Chris took the first 76-37 and then Dale hit back and took the last frame of the night 65-22.

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Results

Lincoln Snooker Club E 2-5 Lincoln Snooker Club C

Moorlands & Railway A 3-4 Lincoln Snooker Club D

Recorded breaks

Sean Falkinder 40 Moorlands & Railway A

Lincoln Snooker Club C made it ten wins in a row and only lost seven points in doing so. Their latest victory was a 5-2 away win against their E team. The first four frames were shared. Steve Burnett put the E side one up when he beat Simon Mower 66-34. Chris Robinson levelled the scores at 1-1 when he beat Steve 55-36. Anthony Liddell then played Simon, and it was Simon who took the frame 60-24. Anthony played his second frame of the night which he won 54-40 against Chris Robinson. Simon made it two wins against Anthony winning 53-9. The two captains faced each other in the remaining two frames, Mark Taylor for the home side and Lee Applewhite for the C team, Lee won them both 64-25 and 51-17 to complete the victory. Lincoln Snooker Club D were away to the Moorlands & Railway A side. Ed Taylor played the opening two frames for the Snooker Club side and he shared them, Ed took the first frame 53-36 against Nick Moon but lost to Sean Falkinder 60-31, Sean with a excellent 40 break. Phil Cross made it 1-2 to the Snooker Club when he beat Sean 62-48. Stu Cannings made it 1-3 with a very good 56-41 victory over Tom Hutchinson. Paul Froggatt pulled a frame back for the Moorlands when he beat Phil 40-21. Paul then faced Stu and it was the latter who took the frame 48-15. Tom played his second frame of the evening and he won 58-15 against Phil.

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Results

Lincoln Snooker Academy A 4-2 Cube & Triangle

Castle Ward A 1-5 Hykeham B

Lincoln Snooker Club F 5-1 Castle Ward C

Moorlands & Railway C 1-5 Moorlands & Railway B

Lincoln Snooker Academy B 2-4 Lincoln Snooker Club G

Hykeham A 4-2 Castle Ward B

Recorded Breaks
Steve Robinson 38

Daniel Sherman 31

Earlier on in the season we were asked to give Hykeham A, a drug’s test due to everything they hit went in and gained position on the next ball, well it looks like we might have to act on this. Steve Robinson with a break of 38 he doesn’t score that in a frame. Kamikaze Steve must have had a few flukes. Castle Ward B were their opponents on the night and were soon two up when Ken Hill and Kev Cottam defeated Rob Chaman and Gary Beardsley respectively. Steve made it 1-2 when he beat Craig Wallace 62-24 and Dave Coutts won a close match 59-50 against Ken. Then Steve with his 38-break defeated Kev 73-14. Dan May made sure of a home win when he beat Craig 50-18.
The Lincoln Snooker Academy A side recorded an encouraging 4-2 home win over draw specialists The Cube & Triangle. Daniel Sherman put his side one up with a good 53-20 win over Pete Watson. James Lilley also played well on the night and he made it 2-0 when he beat Dan Chambers 61-21. Gary Chambers pulled a frame back when he beat Oli May 65-21. Daniel played Pete again and the result was the same Daniel winning 61-7 with the help of a 31 break. Oli Bishell made it 4-1 when he beat Dan Chambers the final frame went to The Cube & Triangle when Gary beat Oli May 62-14. Hykeham B had a good 5-1 away win over Castle Ward A, Darren Edwards, Dave Croft and Michael Morrison raced into a 3-0 lead defeating Rob Reeves, Tim Dunn and Adam Petty along the way. Rob returned to the table and gained his sides only point when he beat Scott Morrison 53-25. Darren and Michael completed the victory, Darren won 59-12 against Tim and Michael 50-24 against Adam. Lincoln Snooker Club F have twenty wins and three draws in the 24 matches played and have just a point lead at the top of the table. Their latest result was a 5-1 away win over third placed Castle Ward C. Castle Ward took the opening frame when Martin Key defeated Mark Handford 55-25 and it turned out to be their only point of the night. George Barrett defeated Tristan Fussy and Craig Starbuck and Mark Gibbons made it 3-1 when he beat Craig 45-30. Ben Rickards won the last two frames defeating Martin Key 54-21 and Tristan 50-18. Castle Ward are still in third place but are six points of the leaders and one point ahead of Hykeham B. Lincoln Snooker Club G won 4-2 against the Academy B team. Andy Nichol, Matt Todd with two wins and Tom Boyle with good victories. The Academy sides points coming from Josh Hackney who beat Leigh Blades on the black and Joe Jackson beat Tom Boyle 70-47

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Hykeham A 1-1 Moorlands & Railway A
Tristan Fussey (+30) 200-65 Ian Cotter (-140) Fraser Proctor (+40) 193-200 Benny Mackie (-60)