Legends in a class of their own

Dave Hume

Dave Hume

Nigel Ward

Double success for rivals who will meet in cup final

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147 Legends emerged victorious in the battle at the top as they turned over Gosport League title challengers Metrose.com 7-5.

Adam Bobat had given the Stoke side a great start by picking up a brace – knocking in a 60 break on the way.

This was immediately cancelled out by Cliff Robbins who took two frames off Carl Speed and made a 30 break.

Then it was no stopping the Legends.

Mick Jurd, Rick Jurd and Pascal Richard (38 break) all got draws.

The in-form Dave Hume rounded off the night with a win as well as a classy 64 break.

It puts the reigning champs 11 points ahead.

But they have still played one game more than Metrose.

Stoke B recorded the biggest win of the week, thrashing lowly 147 D 9-3 with wins by Pete May and Joe Booker.

Jordan Winbourne potted his usual big breaks, this time knocking in a 61, 48, 47 and 37.

His Stubbington Hawks team beat club rivals Stubbington C 7-5.

Hawks’ Steve Street and Jon Pearson were on form as they made 35 and 44 breaks respectively.

LWMC Nomads remain top of division two after demolishing third-placed 147 Select 9-3.

Hot on their heels are 147 Debut who beat Mayfair Wonders 8-4.

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