Big break for Talmondt as he lifts Craneswater

MIKE TALMONDT wasted little time to register a massive break in the second week of the Portsmouth & District Winter League season.

Friday, 21st October 2016, 7:00 am
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2016, 6:25 pm
Mike Talmondt

Talmondt rattled up a 98 break as three time champions Craneswater A burst the Waterlooville bubble with a 9-3 success at Aston Road.

Pedro Ferguson also made a 64 to draw with Steve Wilson, then Andy Boulton sank a 52 for a win after Steve Cole had opened the scoring.

Copnor A are still top after an 8-4 win against Craneswater Z.

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Two late doubles by Scott Compton and Jon Sunderland decided it.

Lee Eden ran in a 49 to draw with Simon Petrie.

Greg Jones was a big hitter in Bellair’s 8-4 against promoted Copnor E.

Phil Skinner and Steve Whitney were also on song after an early home double from Trevor Sanders.

Heath Smith and Andy Hall set Cowplain Z up for a 7-5 victory at Leigh Park to the dismay of Richie Burnett who was on target for the Workies.

Emsworth two straight wins as this time Copnor D suffered an 8-4 reverse.

Chris Hardyman led by example and was supported by Nick Fegan.

Gavin Mengham needed a 40 break to stop home skipper Dave Glover.

Karl Fuggle ran in his best league break of 70 to help Cowplain Z beat Craneswater Q 8-4.

Nick Kirby was not far behind with a 65 adding to scores by Gary Kirby and Keith Jones.

Stuart Calver saved the city side from a heavier defeat, winning the last two racks.

Bellair B are alongside Gas after seeing off Portchester X 9-3 at Havant.

The trio of Tony May, Brad Baldwin and Paul Jagger controlled proceedings with a brace apiece.

Craneswater R drew with Xcels as Andy Carter and Martyn Power counterd scores from Tony Horten and Wayne Laxton.

Broadoak and Pompey Royals produced a similar end with Gerry Wheeler, Graham Shervell, Paul Chivers and Jon Challacombe enjoying events.

Ade Pledge and Derek Sandy helped North End Bowls win 8-4.

Waterlooville C top the third division after a handy 8-4 win over their B team.

Gary Wilton and captain Rob Derry got the vital doubles.

Craneswater Dandy are close behind after nicking a 7-5 against Cuestars with Brian Elsegood making the difference.

Duncan Cambell and Keith Neil did well for Ville D but Craneswater Newbies still opened chalked up an good opener with Dan Compton (31), Alan Sargeant and Charlie Gardener all getting wins.

Dean Bates and Dave Riddell hauled Leigh Park B over the line with a 7-5 win at Carlton.

Roger Reynolds bagged two for the beaten side.