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News
06-12-2018

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
6-3.

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.
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15-11-2018
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.
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01-11-208
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.
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26-10-2018

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.
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15/10/2018
Tournament Draws have now been uploaded to the documents section of the Open and Handicap leagues.
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12/10/2018
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