Glastonbury B, the current Division 1 leaders in the Eastbourne Snooker League recorded a 4-1 win over Meads A in week seven, writes Bill Hunt.
Kevin Walbrin for Meads A won his team a point by outpointing Martin Wright 78-41
Hailsham MI C in second place overcame Seaford Con Club
with wins from Ash Bull, Lee Matthews, Matt Barnes, and Pete Watson.
Mick Walsh the Con Club skipper got his team of to a great start by defeating his opposing skipper Robin Thomas 66-16
Dolphin A remain in third place following their away win at Nuthouse B.
Gary Callingham, the Nuthouse captain, won the opening frame with a 74-55 defeat of Paul Binks.
Dolphin A replied with wins from Mark Crotty, Neil Sivyer, Phil White and the Dolphin Captain Pete Buckland.
Polegate Legion A one of the near challengers to the top three also recorded a 4-1 home win over Glastonbury A
Shaun Murphy pocketed a 46 break on his way to a 58-5 win over the Glastonbury A skipper Matt Smith.
Gary Jones had a 43 break in his 95-8 win against Richard Barnicoat, Mark Saunders the Legion skipper took out Dan Goodchild 38-6 and John Brooker outpointed Paul Croft 89-39.
Tokki Yamaguchi won the solitary point for Glastonbury A stopping Paul Pickett 84-28.
Angling Club A were the visitors at the Glastonbury Snooker Club to take on the F team.
Hamish Hogg, John Lucas, & Mike Goodwin won the opening three frames for the home team. David Wilkinson and Dave Pain replied for the visitors
Eastbourne Working Men’s Club A entertained HMI Rutherfords, with the visitors having a 3-2 victory with wins from Damien Hilder, Dave Relf and the Rutherfords skipper Dave Smith.
Peter Abbotts along with Trevor Binks replying for the Workers A.
Fishermens E, the newly promoted team into division one are finding it hard going following their seventh straight loss, this time 5-0 against Glastonbury C.
Previously unbeaten Dave Proud for the Fish E lost out to the in-form Luke Herring 62-28
Nuthouse A fell to their second successive 4-1 loss this time at the hands of Hailsham MI A.
In an emphatic away victory, the HMI A team had winning frames from Richard Frost 75-8, Dan Carr 69-9, Ekrem Vatansever 55-4 and the HMI skipper Mark Sciancalepore 55-31.
This gave a total match score of 273-97 for HMI A.
Martin Halpin preventing a whitewash with a 45-19 win over Connor McLean in the second frame.