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Thomas is looking Sharp

COPNOR teenager Thomas Sharp has proved he is ready to make his debut on the Cuestars south of England under-21 bronze tour.

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Lee Eden

Perfect time continues for Waterlooville

WATERLOOVILLE D kept their perfect record in the Peter Rook Cup with an emphatic 9-3 win against Emsworth A in Group A.

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Samuel Laxton, Dean Russell, Zak Truscott, Harry Wilson and Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Russell sees lead cut as race hots up for Waterlooville crown

THEY are all beating each other as the race hots up for the Wednesday Junior Snooker League title at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

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Dean Russell, second right, with members of the Wednesday Junior League. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Russell rests on Christmas cushion

Dean Russell maintained his nine-point lead after the pre-Christmas session of the Wednesday Junior League at Waterlooville Sports Bar, writes Tim Dunkley.

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From left: Ben Margetts, Samuel Laxton and Thomas Sharp. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Jamie Wilson continues his fine run of form

Jamie Wilson reached his first ever semi-final on the Cuestars south of England championship tour.

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Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Talmondt on a roll to crush Emsworth

MAGNIFICENT Mike Talmondt stole the spotlight again for Craneswater A in the Portsmouth League.

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Chloe White

Silver linings for White and Laxton

Chloe White and Samuel Laxton collected runner-up trophies when the Cuestars South of England Under-21 circuit stopped off in south London.

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Wilson basks in glory of clinching his maiden tournament

Wilson basks in glory of clinching his maiden tournament

Jamie Wilson revealed he was ‘so happy’ after winning his first major tournament.

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Andy Boulton. Picture: Neil Marshall

Champions crush Leigh Park to extend the gap

Reigning champions Craneswater A moved further ahead in the Portsmouth Snooker League division one table after thrashing Leigh Park 11-1.

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Jamie Wilson made a 50 break. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Talmondt’s ton inspires Craneswater to edge Copnor

MIKE TALMONDT is on fire in the Portsmouth Snooker League.

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Zak Truscott - left. Dean Russell - right
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Russell responds with best break

DEAN RUSSELL responded to a mauling in his first match in the Wednesday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar with a new high break an hour later.

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Ryan Mears, left, and Mike Talmondt. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Talmondt earns prize purse after Havant marathon

Portsmouth snooker champion Mike Talmondt collected £100 prize money after a marathon day on the Cuestars South of England Championship Tour.

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Jake Martin celebrates his win. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Pint-sized potter breaks duck

Jake Martin has been celebrating his first win in the Wednesday Junior League.

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John Peers

Ward and Wilson help Waterlooville step up a gear

WATERLOOVILLE A stepped up a gear at the top of Portsmouth & District League division one.

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Dean Russell has his sights set on winning the title. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Dean is hoping for third time lucky after extending lead

COPNOR teenager Dean Russell is hoping to make it third time lucky in the Wednesday Junior League at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

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Chloe Knight and Mandy Fisher, president of World Ladies Billiards and Snooker

White conquers world champion

CHLOE WHITE defeated the women’s world junior champion to retain her Eden Masters under-21 title in Gloucester.

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Pedro Ferguson. Picture: Neil Marshall

Craneswater A continue their charge

CRANESWATER A lead the Portsmouth League’s top flight by 10 points and are looking unstoppable in their bid to retain their crown.

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Samuel Laxton showed no nerves

No fear for cool Laxton in bronze tour battle

PORTSMOUTH potter Samuel Laxton won his first regional snooker tournament at only his third attempt.

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John Hunter, left, and Mike Talmondt

Work to do for Talmondt in pursuit for his fourth title

portsmouth champion Mike Talmondt has his work cut out to clinch a record fourth straight Cuestars South of England Seniors Tour title.

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Owen Jenkins, left, and Dean Russell, right, pose with Mike Talmondt after racking up new highest breaks at the Waterlooville Sports Bar. Pictures: Tim Dunkley

Talented youngsters congratulated by experienced potters

Alex Dunkley and Mike Talmondt were both on hand to congratulate three young potters celebrating their highest breaks.

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