now head Division Four by 2 points from Morris Motors C
, but they have played one game more. Eynsham
picked up a 4-2 win against Cowley Con C
, Adam Hingley
of to a good start when he beat wiley octogenarian Ken Olive
48-37, 60-16. Tim Bowles
took the third frame 71-59 to make it 3-0 before Neil Kirby
edged the fourth frame 45-34. Brian Mabbutt
further reduced the arrears by winning the fifth frame 56-40, but was then overpowered 68-8 in the final frame by Daniel Brooks
who also set a new highest break of 31.
Meanwhile Morris’s maintained their 100% record with a hard fought win against Cherwell B in a contest that saw five of the six frames decided on the black! James Griffin took the first frame 55-52, with Peter Astall winning the next 59-51. Mick Lomas then won the third (and only frame not to be decided on the black) 53-27 only for Roger Tomlin to take the 4th 50-36. Bob Hayward and Mark Clifford battled out the last two frames with Hayward claiming them both 45-43, 52-46.
Third placed Cowley Workers A collected a 4-2 win at Ashton B, with Lee McAllister proving to be their match winner when he beat Mark Woodward 45-29, 58-18 in the last two frames. Earlier, Darren Murray shared frames 26-56, 59-25 with Anthony Marshall as did Kevin Leach and Malachy McAllister 56-36, 29-64.