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Nick Spelman of Woodside Warriors had the highest break of the season so far with 139 plus 3 frames in Warrior’s victory against Spireites A 8-1. Jamie Gooch also won 3-0. NSA Dragons remain leaders of the First Division of the Open Snooker League after beating Woodside Wizards 9-0 with Warriors moving up to second place. Steve Waldron won the final 3 frames for Broadland A against Woodside Rockets to win

NSA - A remain top of Division Two after defeating Broadland Bandits 5-4 with Matthew Lyon winning the final frame in his 2-1 victory. Attleborough moved up to third spot by beating Broadland C 5-4.

In Billiards, leaders St. Philips B beat second place Broadland 3-1 with Matthew Lyon (Broadland) having a 70 break. St. Philips B also drew with their ‘A’ side 2-2 and Hethersett A drew with Gothic 2-2.

St. Philips A are new leaders of the First Division of the Handicap Snooker League after drawing with Canary Social 6-6. Three frames from Sean Curtis helped push
St. Faiths Centre into second place with a 7-5 victory against NCC and Spireites defeated Woodside Peelers 7-5.

NSA - A lead the Second Division of the Open Snooker League after beating Gothic 7-2 and have 43 points. St. Philips B remain in second place after securing a 5-4 victory over Broadland Bandits and are only 2 points behind the leaders. Attleborough defeated Spireites D 6-3 after Simon Carpenter had given Spireites a 3-0 lead then Steve Large and Mark Standley both won 3-0 giving Attleborough the victory. Luke Priestly secured the final 3 frames to give Broadland C a 7-2 win over Woodside Whirlwinds.

NSA Dragons had two 6-3 victories against Broadland A and Woodside Rockets to lead the First Division Open on 45 points from 7 matches. Spireites A beat Woodside Wizards 8-1 to move up to second place on 33 points from 6 matches.

Broadland C remain top of Division One of the Handicap Snooker League by beating Rileys 7-5 to have 35 points and in second place, also on 35 points are St. Philips A who beat Spireites 10-2. Robert Curtis with 3 frames helped St. Faiths Centre achieve their first win this season against Woodside C 9-3. Broadland A defeated Canary Social 7-5 to move up to third spot.

Ludham A remain top of the Second Division after beating St. Philips C 10-2 with Finley Brown and Richard Floate winning all 6 frames away at St. Philips. Broadland B move into second place following their victory over Bayer 7-5 and NSA Rockets drew with Ludham B 6-6.

St. Philips B remain top of the Billiards League with a 3-1 triumph against Pinebanks Exiles and Broadland move up to second place following their victory against Hethersett B 3-1. Break makers were Nathan Mann of St. Philips B with 74, 61, 50 and Matthew Lyon of Broadland with 51.
NSA Dragons are leaders of the NDBSL Open Snooker League Division One after beating St. Philips A 7-2 where Jin Foulger and Luke Pinches both won 3-0 with Jin having a break of 57. Woodside Warriors drop to second place, losing to Broadland A 5-4. Nick Spelman (Warriors) took maximum frames plus a break of 96 and Steve Waldron replied for Broadland A with 3 frames, alongside Cary Kikis winning 2-1 which secured the victory.

Three teams on 36 points in Division Two with NSA - A top after beating Woodside Whirlwinds 8-1. Second place St. Philips B defeated Attleborough 5-4 with Steve Knowles winning 3-0 and Spireites D move into third spot with victory over Broadland Bandits 7-2 and losing to Woodside Whirlwinds 5-4 with Darren Butler winning 3-0.

St. Philips B remain top of the Billiards League after defeating Hethersett A 3-1 with Nathan Mann having breaks of 115, 54 and 60 out. Gothic move up to second place, beating Hethersett B 3-1 and Broadland also won 3-1 against St. Philips A.

New leaders at the top of the Handicap Snooker League Division One are Broadland C who triumphed against St. Faiths 7-5 and drew with St. Philips A 6-6. Woodside C are level on points of 28 with Broadland C after defeating Canary Social 7-5. Three frames from Mal Myers helped St. Philips A beat third spot NCC 7-5. Broadland A drew 6-6 with Woodside Peelers and Spireites won their first match this season against Rileys 7-5.

In the Second Division Ludham A have taken top spot after beating second place Wroxham 11-1 and losing to NSA Rockets 9-3. Wroxham recorded victories over Ludham B 10-2 and NSA Rockets 7-5 to move up to second place. Broadland B were beaten 7-5 by St. Philips C and NSA Rockets while Ludham B drew with Bayer 6-6.


Snooker and Billiards by Peter Everson

NSA Dragons defeated Spireites A 7-2 to lead the First Division of the NDBSL Open Snooker League. Jin Foulger won 3-0 and had a break of 40. Woodside Warriors, with 3 frames from Nick Spelman, beat Woodside Wizards 6-3.

Three frames from Allen Cheetham keeps St. Philips B in top spot in Division Two after beating Woodside Whirlwinds 7-2. Broadland Bandits defeated Gothic 6-3 to remain undefeated in second place. Broadland C triumphed 5-4 against Spireites D and NSA - A beat Attleborough.

In the Handicap Snooker Division One, NCC moved up to second place after beating leaders Broadland A 7-5. Woodside C defeated St. Philips A 7-5 with Levi Smith winning 3-0 and Andy Hubbard had a break of 40 for a plus handicap player. Broadland C overcame Woodside Peelers 7-5 with Fraser Dobson (Broadland C) and Paul Cushion (Peelers) both winning 3-0. St. Faiths drew with Spireites 6-6.

The Second Division saw Broadland B beat leaders Hethersett B 8-4 and draw with Wroxham 6-6. Les Weinert secured 3 frames in the 8-4 victory while Kenny Feek (Broadland) and Graham Dance (Wroxham) both won 3-0 in their drawn match. Three frames from Finley Brown helped Ludham A triumph over Bayer 8-4 to go into second place.

Hethersett A defeated Hethersett B 3-1 to go top of the Billiards League and Pinebanks Exiles won their first match this season beating St. Philips A 3-1.
Tournament Draws have now been uploaded to the documents section of the Open and Handicap leagues.
The NDBSL Open Snooker League Division One started in early September and to this point in time champions Woodside Rockets lead the table with 20 points after 3 victories with Sam Betts enjoying a break of 97 in his first match. NSA Dragons won 2 and lost 1 match giving them 19 points in second place. In third place are Broadland with 17 points after winning 1 match and losing 3. Woodside Warriors have won 2 matches, lost 1 and have 16 points.

In the Second Division, early leaders are St. Philips B with 23 points after winning 3 matches and losing 1. Broadland Bandits have had 3 straight victories putting them in second place with 18 points. Attleborough and Gothic have 14 points apiece.

After two weeks of Billiards, champions St. Philips B lead the table with 6 points after beating Hethersett B and St. Philips A 3-1. Broadland and Gothic have 5 points each after both securing a victory and a draw whilst Hethersett A have 4 points after two draws.

The first week of the Handicap Snooker Division One saw Broadland A defeat Spireites 9-3 and Rileys beat Woodside Peelers 8-4. Canary Social drew 6-6 with St. Faiths as did NCC against Woodside C. Andy Hubbard had a high break of 40 for a plus player.

Hethersett B lead the Second Division with 12 points after winning 7-5 against Ludham B and losing 5-7 against NSA Rockets. Wroxham triumphed 8-4 against Bayer and Ludham A defeated Ludham B 7-5. David Church of NSA Rockets had breaks of 54, 40 and 32 in his first match