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Record turnout for junior event

WATERLOOVILLE Sports Bar welcomed a record turnout for the opening week of the junior snooker league’s third season.

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Mike Talmondt recorded a 73 as Craneswater A saw off Cowplain Z Picture: Neil Marshall

Craneswater on a High after win at Cowplain

Top potters were quickly into their stride in the first week of the Portsmouth League winter session.

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Mark Lloyd. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Lloyd pockets maiden 147

Mark Lloyd is celebrating after compiling his first maximum break.

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Dean Russell. Picture: Tim Dunkley

New glove is handy boost for Russell

A NEW blue glove for his bridge hand and a new high break inspired a Copnor teenager to lift his game in the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior League.

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Andy Boulton. Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-2)

Craneswater castle Portchester to close in on crown

Craneswater A beat Portchester X 6-3 and are nailed on favourites for the top-flight silverware with two weeks of the Portsmouth & District League campaign remaining.

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Thomas Sharp fired in a break of 20

Thomas sharpens his potting skills

Thomas Sharp rose to the challenge of compiling a 20 break prior to making his debut on the regional circuit.

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Zak Truscott was named man of the match

Starring role for Zak

A MEMBER of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior League was voted man of the match on his debut for the Hampshire Youth pool team.

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Brian Elsegood. Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-34)

Wainwright double helps Royals shock leaders

Pompey Royals ended the winning streak being enjoyed by Portsmouth & District League division two leaders Craneswater Q.

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Callum White and Samuel Laxton. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Familiar foes taste success

Two old adversaries won their respective round-robin groups in week 15 of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

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Thomas Sharp. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Pride for Sharp as run ends

Thomas Sharp’s eight-match unbeaten run since making his competitive debut in the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior League is over.

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Samuel Laxton. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Samuel breaks new ground to show his potential

SAMUEL LAXTON’s heart sank during this week’s Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League but his arms were raised in joy in his very next frame.

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Pedro Ferguson. Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-35)

Watson helps ensure Waterlooville move top

PHIL WATSON hit a 50 break to hoist Waterlooville C to the Portsmouth & District League division three summit.

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Daniel Harvest. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Bright debut as Harvest nearly reaps big rewards

DANIEL HARVEST was one pot away from reaching the quarter-finals in his first national tournament.

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Andy Boulton

Craneswater right on Q as they set Paice

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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