Craneswater right on Q as they set Paice

CRANESWATER Q look home and dry in Portsmouth League division two after only three matches.

Martyn Power. Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-5)

Fantastic Farrow puts Q in control

Jamie Farrow knocked in a break of 51 as Craneswater Q took a stranglehold in division two of the Portsmouth Summer League.

Olly Gibbs and his coach David Mumford

Gibbs beats nerves to pocket English crown

A teenage potter from Gosport left his coach purring with delight after overcoming a nervous start to claim a national title.

Nigel Ward

Double success for rivals who will meet in cup final

COPNOR A and Waterlooville Z both enjoyed their week in the Portsmouth Billiards League.

Ioan Moon

Leigh Park move clear in top spot with victory

LEIGH PARK took control in the Portsmouth Billiards League with an emphatic 6-1 win over Copnor B and opened a four-point lead at the top.

Harry Yard. Picture: Neil Marshall

Copnor make progress at Waterlooville

Copnor A pulled their socks up and cruised through to the Presidents Cup semi-finals with an emphatic win at Waterlooville Sports A.


Rook checks the progress of A team

COPNOR A lost their 100-per-cent record as club-mates Copnor B ended their wait for victory in the Portsmouth & District Billiards League.

Mike Talmondt gets his trophy from Pat Patel. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Playing safe helps Talmondt to victory

Mike Talmondt saw his tactical game pay off as he clinched the double on the over-40s regional snooker circuit.

Lewis Wilson and Zak Truscott. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Title win is ‘amazing’ feeling for Lewis Wilson

LEWIS WILSON secured the division one title in the inaugural Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League with an unbeaten run in the final week’s matches.

Danny Lumsden. Pic Mick Young

Lumsden fires Leigh to the summit of the table

DANNY LUMSDEN was the star of the show as Leigh Park moved joint top of Portsmouth District Billiards & Snooker League division one after thrashing Copnor C.

Samuel Laxton. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Lloyd banks high break cash... Laxton’s run continues

Mark Lloyd banked the high-break cash with a brilliant run of 105 for Copnor Cuestars.

Pedro Ferguson.  Picture: Neil Marshall

Craneswater scoop fourth Portsmouth Winter League title

CRANESWATER A continued their dominance of the Portsmouth League top flight with a fourth title in as many years.

Mike Talmondt

Talmondt claims his third title on the southern senior tour

PORTSMOUTH singles champion Mike Talmondt completed a hat-trick of titles on the Cuestars South of England seniors tour.

Billy Reid gets pats on the head after his record break of nine PPP-170323-102819001

Junior snooker: Sibling rivalry at the top of the table

LEAGUE-leader Lewis Wilson had his advantage at the top of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior League cut – by his twin Harry.

ete Ferguson helped LPWMC A come from behind to earn a draw against Copnor.  Picture: Neil Marshall

Snooker round-up: Emsworth miss out on closing gap at the top

HIGH-FLYING Emsworth failed to take advantage of league-leaders Craneswater A’s slip-up in the Portsmouth League.

Dean Russell won his group. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Russell gets in the groove

DEAN RUSSELL, sporting his trademark black glove on his bridge hand, has won his round-robin group in the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League for the first time in seven weeks.

Dennis Hushley, left, receives his award

Dennis Hushley recognised with Lifetime Service award

DENNIS HUSHLEY is first member to receive a Lifetime Service Award.

John Peers. Picture: Neil Marshall

Copnor are Cuestars of the show after fine run

COPNOR CUESTARS are favourites to lift the Peter Rook Cup after winning all six matches in Group A.

Mark Lloyd. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Lloyd pockets cash ahead of Cyprus trip

MARK LLOYD set off for the European Under-18 Snooker Championship in Cyprus with an extra £350 in his pocket.

From left: Jamie Wilson, Samuel Laxton and Billy Reid. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Reid grabs Waterlooville group win

ONE of the founder members of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League has won his round-robin group for the first time.

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