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Division 1-
Mad A 1 (Dave France) Had A 4 (Steve Clayton, Darren Weston, Ian Eldridge, Paul Lloyd); Mad D 0 () Bay B 5 (Dan Oliver, Kev West, Craig Baugh, Chris Smith, Garry Owen); Edn A 2 (Tom Maxfield, Michael Mancini) Mad E 3 (Mark Wall, Tony Garmson, Simon Yeates); Had B 4 (Aaron McCann, Damien Currier, Phil Dix, Ken Booty) New B 1 (Craig Davies); Shi B 5 (Matthew Davies, Mick Brezwyn, Aaron Sparkes, Lynsay Knox, John Fallows) Bay E 0 (); Bro A 3 (Simon Thomas, Craig Griffiths, Nick Carson) Daw A 2 (Pete Nolan, Mick Reynolds);
Division 2+
Match Reports
Division One.
Last years league winners maddocks A entertained hadley A at home tonight,
The first frame went to the visitors with steve clayton taking on ian skelton. A cracking frame of snooker from both players, which went to the last couple of balls,and could have gone either way, but it was steve who held his nerve well to come out on top with a 60- 47 victory.
Frame 2 also went the way of the visitors with in form darren weston pulling out all the stops, winning 76 - 2 against a very unlucky phil davies, knocking in an early run of 26 along the way.
The 3rd frame went the way of stalwart dave france, showing no mercy against the luckless john rawlins,  with a score 78 - 26, finishing off the frame taking all the colours with a sweet little 25 break.
Frame number four was a wonderful battle between two fine players, leigh france and ian " ernie " eldridge.
Leigh took an early 30 point lead, only to watch ernie claw his way back into the frame with some incredible potting. It was nip and tuck all the way down to the final black ball. Ian missed a relatively easy cut by his standards, but managed not to leave a pot on for leigh. Leigh then played a wonderful safety shot, leaving the cue ball tight on the bottom cush. This would have probably won him the frame against most players, but ian had other ideas as he slammed the black into the bottom sack without touching the sides.
Frame 5 was the game everyone wanted to see between mr reliable shaun harris, and ex pro paul lloyd.  The frame started in fine style, with some excellent potting and safety from both players. The first real opportunity fell to paul , he was sitting on a break of 33, when he slightly lost position by milimetres on his next red, he decided to go for a red into the middle bag, which meant stretching over the black ball which was hanging over the corner pocket, he adjusted his shirt accordingly to play the shot, and eagle eyed ref dave france was quick to spot the corner of his shirt scrape the black ball. A correct decision, and a real shame for paul, as im sure he would have knocked in a significant break from that position.
Shaun rallied back well to get back into the frame, when paul put him in a virtually impossible snooker, although shaun got close to hitting it a couple of times, the miss was called and he was put back in to play. Paul then  opened up a bit of a lead, leaving shaun requiring 3 snookers,  he managed to get the one which put paul in all sorts of bother,  after alot of studying, the whole room seemed to stop and watch how he would cope.. but paul being paul, played a world class shot, spinning off 4 cushions, glancing the yellow and leaving it safe, shaun had another couple of attempts, but paul got in to clinch the high scoring frame 89 - 57. Credit to both players for a truly wonderful frame of snooker. Final score 4 - 1 to the hadley boys.
Division Two.
A bit off a one-sided match but played in a great spirit the Bayley Lads came with a smile and left still smiling. Their only success came in a tense low scoring 4th frame which was won on the black after both Steve Smallwood and Ross Bowater had the last ball at their mercy before Ross clinched the frame with a great pot 32-31. Frank Willams Nigel Wallcroft Noel Stones ana Billy Watson scored heavily to win the other 4 frames for the Anstice B team now playing from Dawley Social Club who have made the Madeley team very welcome.
Handicaps have now been awarded for the cup matches this Wednesday - click on the COMPETITIONS tab for more details.
Andy Kendrick | Sat 10 Oct (10:12)
The draws for all of the individual competitions are now available under the COMPETITIONS tab at the top of this page - PLEASE NOTE closing date for preliminary rounds is WEDNESDAY 14TH OCTOBER so please dont delay in contacting your opponent regardless of whether you are home or away!
Andy Kendrick | Tue 22 Sep (16:05)
We have the opportunity to place our reports in the Shropshire Star / Telford Journal - if you'd like a mention please post a report along with your matchcard (there is a box for reports on the website match result entry)
Andy Kendrick | Mon 21 Sep (15:10)
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