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Dynamic duo break records at Waterlooville Sports Bar

Kristupas Drozdovas knocked in a personal best 18 break to consign Billy Reid to a winless debut in the Monday Junior League, writes Tim Dunkley.

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Waterlooville Sports Bar talents Owen Jenkins, Harry Wilson, Dean Russell, Jamie Wilson, Samuel Laxton and Thomas Sharp. Picture: Tim Dunkley

More to come from Waterlooville Sports Bar’s rising stars

Waterlooville Sports Bar were runners-up in the Cuestars club rankings – less than two years after first opening their doors.

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Samuel Laxton, right, has been in excellent form. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Reid shines as Laxton continues his top form

Billy Reid, a founder member of the Wednesday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar, has joined the 20-break club.

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Chloe White. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Chloe White so happy after historic Cuestars double

CHLOE WHITE has made Cuestars history for the second time in two weeks.

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Nigel Ward

Ward sets standard as Waterlooville thump Cowplain

NIGEL WARD served up the best performance of the season in the Portsmouth Billiards League.

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Nine-year-old Owen Jenkins pockets ‘rare’ feat

A nine-year-old from Havant has passed the landmark 30-break milestone.

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Lloyd defends championship in style with victory over Auld

MARK Lloyd scooped the Gosport & Fareham Snooker League’s Scratch Singles Championship for a second successive year.

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Liam Melia

Davies and Melia show top form

CRANESWATER R are now at the top alongside Leigh Park in the Portsmouth Billiards League.

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Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Craneswater back in hunt to pick up prize

CRANESWATER A are back in the Portsmouth Billiards League title race after a 5-2 triumph over the unbeaten Copnor B.

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Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Talent Jamie Wilson is on the path to promotion

Jamie Wilson has earned a place in a play-off for promotion to the national circuit for the country’s best 32 amateur players aged under 21.

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Young snooker players are pictured during a break in the tournament

THIS WEEK IN 1983: Young snooker hopefuls take their cue

Paulsgrove schoolboy Paul Barnden was one for the future.

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Ant Lacey was on target for Leigh Park.

Leigh remain unbeaten under captain Burnett

Richie Burnett has taken over as skipper of Leigh Park and they’re reaping the rewards.

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Chloe White toasts her Cuestars South of England under-21 silver tour title

White’s delight after Silver Tour success

Chloe White spoke of her delight after winning her maiden tournament on the Cuestars South of England under-21 silver tour.

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Points shared. Harry Wilson, Henry Martin and Thomas Sharp. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Top honours safe for Laxton

Competition is fierce throughout the Wednesday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

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Harry Yard

Copnor turn tables on rivals

THE old boys of Copnor B are sitting pretty at the Portsmouth League summit.

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Emma Bonney

Craneswater get on a roll in billiards league

CRANESWATER A started their campaign in the first week of the Portsmouth Billiards session with maximum points against Cowplain B.

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Dean Russell managed to get the better of Samuel Laxton. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Dean cuts the gap

DEAN RUSSELL beat Samuel Laxton for the first time in the seven weeks of the current season of the Wednesday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

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Peter Rook receives his award from John Wyatt

Boulton’s century sees him take centre stage

SKIPPER Andy Boulton has played second fiddle to team-mate Mike Talmondt all season for Craneswater A.

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Brett Wallace. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Brett Wallace is top class

BRETT WALLACE has taken over top spot on the Cuestars south of England under-21 silver tour.

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Colin Archer. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Archer secures the league top prize

COLIN ‘ARCHIE’ ARCHER topped the Sunday Singles League at Waterlooville Sports Bar by one point from Adam Lovegrove.

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