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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.

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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.

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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.

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Dennis Hushley, left, receives his award

Dennis Hushley recognised with Lifetime Service award

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

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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.

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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.

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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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Mark Lloyd. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Lloyd keeps his cool to land another prize

Mark Lloyd flies out to Cyprus this weekend on the back of a ‘not very good’ winning performance.

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Pascal Richard

Copnor end long wait... Bellair lose to Cowplain

Copnor E managed to break their duck in the Portsmouth League top flight with an 8-4 win at Leigh Park A.

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Jack Bover, George Laxton and Zak Truscott

Trio set new bests

THREE personal best breaks in the week-nine action highlighted the progress made by the new generation of young potters in the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

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Harry Yard.  Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-36)

Craneswater hero back to his best

ANDY BOULTON is back to his best this year for long-standing champions Craneswater A in the top flight.

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Andy Carter. Picture: Neil Marshall

Emsworth continue title challenge

EMSWORTH are the only team left who can stop defending champions Craneswater from securing a fourth top-flight title.

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Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Wilson back from Malta to shine in league

JAMIE WILSON returned from reaching the plate final in the European Under-17 Open in Malta to win his group in the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

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Martyn Power. Picture: Neil Marshall (161438-6)

Rook race is hotting up

Waterlooville Sports Bar C are top of Portsmouth League Peter Rook Cup group B after week four of the handicap event.

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Ben Sibley

Sibley stars to make his mark with fine display

BEN SIBLEY won his round-robin group for the first time in the fourth week of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

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Billy Reid and Harry Aldrich both impressed

Reid tables first win as famous five shine

FIVE lads passed personal milestones during the third week’s action of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior League.

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Mark Lloyd Picture: Tim Dunkley

Lloyd steps up search for more national glory

TWO-TIME national junior snooker champion Mark Lloyd has qualified for two more finals.

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The young league cueists. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Winning start just White for Callum

EIGHT young potters cued up for the inaugural match of the Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

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Mike Talmondt lost to Matt Ford. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Talmondt is stalled by Berkshire’s Ford

MIKE TALMONDT faces a tough task to catch Berkshire cueman Matt Ford after losing to his rival in the final of the latest over-40s snooker event.

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Martyn Power. Picture: Neil Marshall

Harding on top form as Emsworth seal draw

THE top two in Portsmouth League division one fought it out at Emsworth as champions Craneswater visited and were still boasting unbeaten records after a 6-6 scoreline.

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