Hawks whitewash Collingwood to hit summit

Mayfair Masters skipper Steve Bennett
Mayfair Masters skipper Steve Bennett
Brett Wallace. Picture: Tim Dunkley

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Stubbington Hawks stormed to the top of division one after thumping HMS Collingwood 12-0.

It is the first whitewash in the league in almost two years.

Wins by Jordan Winbourne, who hit breaks of 71, 50, and 37, Micky Mo, Jon Pearson, Trevor Sanders, Steve Street (33) and Shaun Murray saw the Stubbington side top the division by three points.

Not far behind are Carry on Mayfair who are having a good season.

They thrashed Hill Park C 10-2, with Steve Davis starring for the Mayfair side as he knocked in breaks of 31, 36 and 37.

Stuart Bonner was also on good form, rolling in a 36 break in his 2-0 win.

Metrose.com have been the surprise team this season since recruiting young hotshot Adam Bobat.

But they lost ground at the top after drawing 6-6 at home with Mayfair Masters. Dave Pickersgill and Steve Spillett scored braces for the Stoke Snooker Club-based team, while Mayfair’s captain Steve Bennett and Bob O’Harrow replied.

Bobat notched a classy 48 break but could only manage a draw against Chris Robinson.

Mayfair Jesters comprehensively beat new boys Stoke 155 8-4.

Stacey Wearn, John Wyatt and Paddy Hopkins all won for the Jesters, while Dan Seymour was the only player to hit two frames for Stoke.

Stoke B and Stubbington C played out a hard-fought 6-6 draw. Roger May and Tony Brown scored wins for Stoke, while Ade Fox and Graham Hughes replied with braces of their own.

LWMC Nomads are romping away with division two.

They are now nine points clear at the top thanks to a 7-5 win away to Mayfair Mixups.

Mayfair Fools beat fellow strugglers Bramstokerz 8-4, with Nick Jennings and Barry Snelling Jnr picking up wins.