Lengthy-term leaders Holbeach A wrapped up the Spalding and District Billiards League name in conventional model on Monday evening – with a most victory.
They beaten Gosberton B 7-0 (600-399) with James Glover (R90), Colin Dodd (R30) and Ben Harding (R40) all playing body victories, taking their tally to 108 issues within the procedure.
Dodd and Glover additionally chipped in with breaks of 24 and 20 respectively, making it a really perfect evening for the brand new champions.
Crowland B additionally clinched 2d position with a whitewash 7-Zero scoreline as they put membership pals Crowland A to the sword.
The league’s most sensible participant Rob Childs (O260) shone in that conflict, racking up conventional breaks of 83 and 71 earlier than rounding his win off with an unfinished 35.
Paul Holland (R60) and Allan Sharman (R60) had been the opposite body winners.
There was once some other 7-Zero scoreline in different places within the league as Donington made gentle paintings of Lengthy Sutton.
Nigel Brasier (R90), Ben Wrigglesworth (R40) and Jim Thompson (R40) grabbed the wins in that one, regardless of Mick Cooper (O190) pocketing two 33 breaks.
In the meantime, Mick Johnson (O170) made breaks of 76 (unfinished), 59 and 57 for Consti B – however noticed his facet overwhelmed 5-2 at Pyramid A.
John Clapton (R90) and, crucially, John Twell (R60) sealed the win for the Bourne facet.
Additionally victorious had been Consti A, who beat Pyramid B 5-2, whilst Holbeach A beat hosts Gosberton A via the similar scoreline. A 30 ruin from Holbeach’s Tony Blanchard (R50) was once the most efficient ranking in both fixtures.
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