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Results Newark Con Club 7-0 Lincoln Snooker Club B Lincoln Snooker Club A 6-1 Woodhall Spa Con Club

Recorded Break’s Neil Dowlman Woodhall Spa Con Club 57 Matt Lee Lincoln Snooker Club A 54 Matt Bavin Newark Con Club 39

Newark Con Club whitewashed their opponents, Lincoln Snooker Club B 7-0 and are now only three points behind the leaders Lincoln Snooker Club A. Adam Sears for Newark Con Club put his side two up defeating Glenn Foster 50-42 and 58-25. Matt Bavin for the home side faced two frames against Dave Norman, Matt took the first frame 53-46 and with a break of 39 in his second frame with a 69-33 score line. For a four-nil lead. Matt played his third frame of the night against Calum Baptist and won that frame 70-51. Rob Hall played the two remaining frames against Calum and had comfortable wins 68-30 and 90-10.
After two successive defeats Lincoln Snooker Club A returned back to winning ways against Woodhall Spa Con. Matt Ransome opened the scoring against Neil Dowlman in a high scoring frame 89-53. The same two players played the second frame and this time Neil won this with a break of 57 in his 75-63 in another high scoring frame. Matt Lee increased his sides lead, firstly defeating Neil 77-31 and then with a 54 break he beat Kieron Richardson-Witham 60-12. Gavin Whittle also beat Kieran with a 65-13 victory. Jamie Barker then made it 5-1 when he just got the better of Nigel Salmon 70-57. Gavin also played Nigel and he took that frame 52-38 to complete a 6-1 win.

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Results Lincoln Snooker Club D 7-0 Lincoln Snooker Club E Lincoln Snooker Club C 4-3 Moorlands & Railway A

Recorded Break’s Justin Hunt Lincoln Snooker Club D 45

Lincoln Snooker Club D took maximum points at home against their E team. Paul Bean opened the scoring 70-50 against Andy Gill. Adam Hanson made a rare appearance and he just got the better of Andy with a 42-30 win. Phil Cross made it 3-0, when he beat Anthony Liddell 57-47. Justin Hunt and Stu Cannings were both in good form. Justin beat Steve Barnett 58-25 and with a 45 break in his second frame defeated Anthony 95-0. In his first frame Stu beat Steve 72-7 and then 83-22 against Anthony. Lincoln Snooker Club C are 15 points clear at the top of the Premier League Shield and with only three matches remaining look certain to win the league and the Lincoln Snooker Club D side are 24 points clear of Moorlands & Railway A in second place. The Snooker Club side had to come from behind when they lost the opening two frames against the Newark Road based side. Nick Moon took the opening two frames, firstly defeating Chris Robinson 65-37 and then with a very good win over Simon Mower 48-36. Chris came back to the table and faced Sean Falkinder and with a narrow victory winning on the black 43-40. Damon Sykes levelled the scores at 2-2 defeating Gary Falkinder 62-35. Damon won his second frame with a similar score line, 63-23 against Sean. This left home team captain, Lee Applewhite to play out the remaining two frames. Lee faced Gary in both frames, Lee won the first 57-23 but lost the second on the black 54-61.

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Results Castle Ward C 3-3 Castle Ward A Lincoln Snooker Club G 0-6 Lincoln Snooker Club F Castle Ward B 2-4 Hykeham B Moorlands Cube & Triangle 3-3 Moorlands & Railway C Hykeham A 5-1 Lincoln Snooker Academy A

Lincoln Snooker Club F took maximum points away against their G team and are two points clear of second placed Hykeham A. George Barratt won the opening frame of the night when he defeated Andy Nicholl 60-6. The two Mark’s played the next two frames, firstly Gibbo beat Leigh Blades 73-28 and Handford beat Tom Boyle 58-29. Gibbo returned to the table and this timed he was paired up against Tom, and Gibbon won his second frame 48-30. Ben Rickards played the remaining two frames firstly he took on Andy and won 52-15 and then faced Leigh and won that 61-23 to complete the white wash. Hykeham A faced Lincoln Snooker Academy A side and took five of the six points. Matt May made an appearance after thirteen weeks since his last game and his experience got him through winning 67-56 against Daniel Shearman. Dave Coutts increased his teams lead when he beat Oli May 52-21. Gary Beardsley made it 3-0 when he just got the better of James Lilley 42-32. Rob Chapman then beat Oli Bagnall 48-18 for an unassailable 4-0 lead, before James won his sides only point of the night when he beat Dan May 54-38. League Chairman Steve Robinson won the last frame of the night when he beat Oli Bishell 62-49. Castle Ward C are in third place and their latest result was a 3-3 draw with their A team. Martin Key took the two opening frames, firstly beating Adrian Bunn 56-25 and then Rob Reeves 54-27. Tristan Fussey increased his teams lead to 3-0 when he beat Tim Dunn 63-29. The A side responded well and fought back, firstly Adam Petty beat Tristan 44-32 and finally Scott Gratrick played the two remaining frames both against Graham Smith, the first frame Scott won 50-11 and the second 49-20 to complete the comeback. Hykeham B have the same amount of points as Castle Ward C but are in fourth place have won three games fewer. Hykeham’s latest result was a 4-2 away over Castle Ward B. Hykeham raced into a 4-0 lead which saw two victories for Darren Edwards and a win a piece for Michael Morrison and Dave Croft. Kev Cottam and Ken Hill were the victors for Castle Ward. Moorlands & Railway B collected five of the six point that were on offer at home to Lincoln Snooker Academy B side. Trev Porter and Nathan Shasby both beat Jazz Bailey 67-36 and 64-38 respectively. Liam Shasby and Josh Weaver made it 4-0, they both beat James Sawyer. Liam winning 59-42 and Josh 66-24. Joe Jackson for the Academy side managed his sides only point when he beat John Rice 50-31. Josh made it 5-1 when he beat Joe 52-29. The draw specialists Cube & Triangle, made it ten draws from the 25 matches played. They faced closest rivals Moorlands & Railway C. The Cube & Triangle must have thought they were going to record only their third win of the season. Gary Chambers put the Triangle side one up with a 66-21 victory over Andy Riggall. Andy Campbell and Phil Barnett put the away side 2-1 up with victories over Pete Watson and Karl Clayton. Gary returned to the table and continued his good form on the night when he beat Ian Baker 70-45. Pete played his second frame on the night and won a black ball decider 58-56 against Scott Simpson. Scott also played his second frame on the night and faced Karl, which Scott won 49-37.