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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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Lewis Wilson

Waterlooville on point in Peter Rook Cup

WATERLOOVILLE D clocked up the most points in the Portsmouth & District Snooker League Peter Rook Cup to qualify for a semi-final spot from group A - writes Graham Simper...

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Jamie Wilson. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Wilson shows his battling quality

JAMIE WILSON has booked a trip to Leeds in April for the last-16 stage of the English Under-18 Championship.

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Matt Small made a good contribution for the Craneswater Q side. Picture: Neil Marshall (171341-8)

Hardyman on form as Emsworth beat Bellair

EMSWORTH earned a hard-fought 7-5 win against Bellair in division one of the Portsmouth & District League.

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Snooker talents: Vinnie Rix, Dean Russell, Samuel Laxton, Thomas Sharp, Owen Jenkins, Zak Truscott. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Waterlooville potters are on the Cuestars charge

Six rookies from the junior snooker leagues at Waterlooville Sports Bar were in action on the Cuestars under-21 bronze tour at Top Spot Snooker Club in Havant.

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Mark Lloyd. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Top potter Lloyd gets major boost

MARK LLOYD has received a major boost in his bid to turn professional.

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Dean Russell. Picture: Tim Dunkley

Winner Dean makes it third time lucky

DEAN RUSSELL made it third time lucky in his bid to claim the Wednesday Junior Snooker League title at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

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Ian Carter. Picture: Neil Marshall

Craneswater hold all the trump cards

THE quest for the top prize in the Portsmouth League is following a familiar pattern with Craneswater A holding all the trump cards, writes Graham Simper.

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