Cuestars remain in hunt for Rook glory

Chloe White. Picture: Steve Reid (123879-629)
Chloe White. Picture: Steve Reid (123879-629)
Dean Russell. Picture: Tim Dunkley

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Copnor Cuestars B lost 6-5 at Pompey Royals but have still made the Peter Rook Cup quarter-finals.

Paul Tinsley’s impressive 94-point haul secured the two bonus points for the Royals.

Chris Wainwright saw off the challenge of Chloe White, Ryan Compton and Rio Smith.

Copnor F and the Royals are vying for the other spot in the last eight.

Alan Harper and Alan Wakefield were both on form for Copnor in a 7-4 success against Castle Heating.

Des Clarke was the pick for the Portchester crew.

Top Spot beat Cowplain C 6-5 at London Road.

The two bonus points were shared with both chalking up 544 points.

Dave Weedon was best for Cowplain but Colin Johnson picked up two to earn victory.

In division one, Craneswater A hammered Leigh Park 9-2.

Craneswater Z bagged an 8-2 win at Cowplain Z.

Mark Tillison and Rob Furby did well in the singles.

Scott Compton’s half century put Copnor A on their way to a 7-4 win against Al’s Club.

Copnor landed three racks on the black ball.

Post Office look like ending on top in division two after an 8-3 win against Cowplain Gas.

Cowplain A are six points behind after coming from 5-1 down to beat Craneswater Q 6-5.

Jamie McSherry and Graeme Tregardine on form early on.

Neil Stewart then inspired the comeback.

Dave Glover keeps impressing for Copnor D.

Tony Simmons and former Portsmouth snooker champion Steve Kearn were also on target as Bellair A were battered.

Steve Whitney and Danny Feltham could not maintain their early form.

Bellair also lost 7-4 at home to Copnor E.

Peter Rook, John Shervell and John Oldfield impressed for the victors.

North End Bowls beat Carlton 7-4 in division three, thanks to Mark Richmond’s fine brace.

Mike Dorey’s big singles win set the bowlers up for the extra points.

Visiting skipper Alan Munday kept the score down, winning both after teaming up with Jeff Oakes.

Craneswater R recorded an 8-3 win at Leigh Park B.

Dean Bates tried to stop the charge but Jim Frisbee, Andy White and Harry Yard had other ideas.

Barry Branscome was on target for SESA as they went down 8-3 at Copnor Xcels.

Wayne Laxton, Tony Horten and Gerry Godden were on top of their game.

Copnor Cuestars A are struggling.

They lost 8-3 to Alexandra Bowling Club.

Matt Sheath was on a roll for the bowlers, adding to wins by Ian Cotton and Alan Freemantle.

Mark Lloyd and Brad Leishman delivered in the doubles for Cuestars.