Don Noble Bookmaker Louth Billiards & Snooker League
KITCHEN Solutions are cooking on full steam at the moment as they go joint top of the snooker league with a splendid 8-4 away win against NT Shaw Citroen.
Gary Skipworth was at his best for the hosts driving in a magical break of 116 and when Chris Dixon won both his frames it looked as if the visitors rise up the table was simmering, but they were quickly boiling again with Craig Young and Keith Aston both dishing up a treat and they got their just desserts for a fine team effort.
Chris Dalton put the icing on the cake while Sibjon Builders remain on top albeit a joint position after their 7-5 defeat at the hands of J Melton Painters, Mark Bullivant and I Bullivant gave the hosts a great opening, Martyn Taylor increased the score and the visitors had their backs to the wall, Pete Mountain stopped the rot and Dave Shucksmith`s late two frames just failed to get his side a share of the spoils.
Don Noble Bookmaker were the weeks big winners as they thrashed Dales Poultry & Game 10-2.
It was all level after the first four frames with Dave Johnson winning for the home side and Craig Shaw doing likewise for the away outfit, but after that it was a one horse race with John Scottorn, Richard Noble, Keith Lewington and Brian Leese all turning this encounter into a canter.
Seymour & Castle pulled the plug on Castaline`s hopes of a share of top spot, Shaun Lowe and Jeff Read gave the reigning champions a shock as their side leapfrog their opponents into third place with a 7-5 victory this all after Sam Mountain had given the visitors the lead aided by a 38 break.
Louth Building Supplies nailed down Harness & Cooper Joiners beating them 7-5, Pete Beeton and Derek Adlam both turned the screw on their opposition to lift the hosts up the table while the away side stay bottom despite the efforts of Andy Dunn.
Jack Westerby Driving School remain parked in second place but are now just a point behind the leaders after whitewashing MA Stephenson Autos 3-0, Bob Barnes, Ray Charlton and Harry Putland all made sure this clash was one-way while Naulls & Dales stay top after coming from behind to beat ABC Riding Wear 2-1, Bob Strathern opened the scoring for the hosts, but that was it for them as Jack Westerby levelled and Mark Storey completed the comeback and after losing their way the Truckers WA Jaines & Son finally turned up at Castaline and won 2-1, Dan Blythe put the hosts one up, but the visitors finished the stronger and took the honours through both Phil Marshall and Pete Dales