Illness hits Snooker schedule

20:08 22 February 2012

Snooker.

Snooker.

Archant

Illness curtailed two of the four fixtures in the Exmouth Snooker League.

In the matches played, Police Social Club A top the table despite a home defeat by the Number Nine B. Mark Rock 63-55 and George Webster 70-47 led 2-1, but were eventually overturned by Dave McCarthy 69-67, John Sharland 51-18 and Mike Page 59-53 with a break of 27.

Police B retain second place with the opening frame won by John Spamer 62-59 against Otterton A.

They, in turn, join the two other teams on 27 points as Morley Martin 59-29, Patrick Long 52-27, Michael Dabrowiecki 54-45 and Dan Abraham 67-24 scooped the remaining four frames.

The draw for the semi-finals of the League Cup, played over two legs, pairs the Number Nine B with the Police B and the Police A home to the Number Nine A.

TABLE PLD WON PTS

Police S C A 11 7 29

Police S C B 11 7 27

East Budleigh C 10 6 27

Otterton A 11 5 27

Police S C C 10 5 26

Number Nine B 11 4 26

Number Nine A 10 4 25

East Budleigh A 10 4 23

Highest Break – Mark Rock - 61

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