Last week’s Eastbourne and District Snooker League division one co-leaders Glastonbury B trounced their own Glastonbury A team 5-0.
In a high-scoring match, Matt Bray, the captain of the champions, pocketed a 58 break on his way to a 73-9 win against Tokki Yamaguchi. Paul Grimes, Martin Wright, Spencer Dain and Martin Holmes completed the score line
for the new leaders in emphatic style.
Co-leaders Nuthouse A had a tough away fixture against six-time champions Dolphin A.
Ian Townsend for the Nuthouse got his team off to a flyer by outpointing Mark Crotty 62-32.
The Dolphin outfit then took control with emphatic wins from Paul Binks 68-43, Pete Buckland 68-1, Neil Sivyer 75-5 one that included a 74 break and Nik Driver 52-3.
Hailsham MI C moved into third place following a 5-0 hammering of Eastbourne Workingmens Club A.
Ash Bull got his team off to a great start by recording the second highest break this season with a 94 in his 99-3 victory over the Workers’ captain Pete Abbotts.
Convincing wins from Robin Thomas, Lee Matthews, Matt Barnes and a final frame 74-41 win by Pete Watson - including a 46 break.
The derby match between Glastonbury C and F teams went the way of the C team 4-1.
Hamish Hogg for the F team stopped the C team captain Eddie Davis on the black in the opening frame 51-47 to record the solitary point for the F team.
Angling Club A got back to winning ways with a 3-2 home victory over Nuthouse B.
The match was decided on the final frame as Peter Lavington outpointed Barry Pugh 45-9.Nigel Pipe and Dave Wilkinson had the other Angling wins.
Seaford Con Club continued their bad league run with another 3-2 home loss at the hands of Hailsham MI A.Connor McLean, Richard Frost and the HMI A skipper Mark Sciancalepore recorded the winning frames.
Andy Coe, along with the Mick Walsh, replied for the home team.