Foxes at their cunning best

Graham Hughes was victorious for Stubbington C
Graham Hughes was victorious for Stubbington C
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STUBBINGTON C romped to the biggest victory of the week, recording a 10-2 win over 147 D.

Kerry Fox and James Fox were on fine form – both knocking in 32 breaks.

Graham Hughes, Mike Raven and Ross Barker all picked up wins to complete the rout of last year’s division one runners-up.

It leaves the Stubbington side mid-table, 14 points behind club rivals Stubbington Hawks, who maintained their lead at the top thanks to an 8-4 win over Hill Park C.

Young potter Jordan Winbourne rolled in his usual two frames – and added to his high break tally for the season by making a 32 and 46.

Steve Street continued his run of form by notching two frames, along with Trevor Sanders.

The Hawks are now eight points clear but have played a game more than title challengers and 147 Legends.

Metrose demolished Stoke 155 8-4, with Adam Bobat starring in his 2-0 win over Alan Beecher.

The Fareham teenager made breaks of 80 and 30, while Steve Spillett also picked up two frames for the Stoke side.

Youngsters Lee Warner and Mark Lloyd both hit 31 breaks but could gain only draws.

Reigning champions 147 Legends could manage only a 7-5 win away to strugglers Hill Park B.

Portsmouth cueist Pascal Richard hit breaks of 43, 41 and 38 in his win, while Simon Chapman also scored a brace.

The 2011 division one winners Mayfair Masters turned over three-times champions Stoke B 8-4.

Sam Aitken, Bob O’Harrow and Rich Kelly all won their games. Newcomers HMS Collingwood, who won promotion to the top flight last year, recorded a 7-5 triumph over the Mayfair Jesters.

In division two, Graeme Burns from 147 Debut is rolling back the years as he made a superb 67.

Meanwhile, team-mate Tim Barnes also got on the high-break board as he rolled in a 30 as 147 drew 6-6 against Bramstokerz.

Cyril Bird also made a 32 break as his Mayfair Wonders side overcome Mayfair Fools 8-4.