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Monday, 20 March 2017 10:11

Division One

Laverstock 5 (C. Baker 59) Cycling 1

FWMC B 4 (T. Pittman 66) Bulford 2

Salisbury Snooker B 2 Salisbury Snooker A 4 (A. Rice 31, 37 and 47)

 

Division Two

Castle Street 6 FWMC A 0

Boscombe Rec 1 St Pauls 5

Lake 4 Laverstock B 2

 
Salisbury duo compete for Plate honours - Cuestars round-up PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 01 March 2017 11:48

TWO friends from Salisbury Snooker Club fought out the Plate final during the seventh legs of the Cuestars South of England Under 21s Gold, Silver and Bronze Tours.

Kaine Petty prevailed 2-0 against Keegan Reed in the event

The two Silver Tour players had missed out on progressing from their round-robin groups but picked up some silverware in the straight knockout for non-qualifiers.

The eighth leg of ten is at Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon, on Sunday, March 19.

 

Plate results (one-frame matches)

Quarter-finals: Brett Wallace (Fareham SC) beat O’Shay Scott (Chandler’s Ford SC), Kaine Petty (Salisbury SC) beat Adam Stacey (Legends, Leytonstone), Callum White (Copnor SC, Portsmouth) beat Arnie Petty (Salisbury SC), Keegan Reed (Salisbury SC) beat Dan Sykes (Chandler’s Ford SC).

Semi-finals: Petty beat Wallace, Reed beat White.

Final: Petty 2 Reed 0.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 March 2017 11:39
 
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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 10:25

MATT Ford ended an interesting week by extending his lead on the Cuestars South of England Seniors (40+) Tour.

The 41-year-old wrapped four days of green baize action by overcoming title rival Mike Talmondt 2-0 in the final of the sixth leg at Chandler’s Ford Snooker Club.

Bracknell-based Ford, who was forced to wait for three hours and 20 minutes between the group stages and the knockout, takes a 13-point lead into the final event in Salisbury next month after his third tournament win of the season.

He had set off like a train in the round-robin group matches, recording breaks of 75, 68 and 59 in a 2-0 victory over Stephen Hills.

“I played quite well today,” said Ford. “I made a few breaks. It should be interesting. It’s a good lead. I just need to play well in Salisbury.”

It had been a busy four days for the Berkshire cueman. He kicked off by beating Paul Bunyard to claim the Byfleet & District League’s Premier Division singles championship. And the day before the Cuestars event, he was at the Crucible Sports & Social Club in Newbury for the southern qualifier for the World Seniors Championship. Ford defeated Stuart Watson (Redditch) 3-2 in the first round and led former professional Barry Pinches 1-0 before losing 3-1.

“I gave Barry a scare,” laughed Ford. “But his technical nous came through.”

Neil Carroll (Rownhams) reached the semi-finals for only the fifth time in his career. He dropped only one of his nine group-stage frames and beat Salisbury's Steve Ashton 2-1 in the last-eight before going down 2-0 to ex-professional Talmondt.

Christopher Howie (Southampton) qualified for the knockout for the first time. He, edging Chris Stocker (Bracknell) 2-1 before going out 2-0 to Ford.

David Stewart (Odiham) beat his Chandler’s Ford clubmate Dan Hammond (Winchester) in his final group-stage match to qualify for the knockout for only the third time and to take over top spot in the Masters (55+) rankings.

Herman Desmier (Poole) had a baptism of fire on his Cuestars debut – but vowed to come back for more. He was drawn in a five-man group with defending rankings champion Talmondt, current rankings leader Ford, former championship play-off winner Nick Birney and Hills, who led the Masters (55+) rankings going into the event.

The 21-strong field returned 25 breaks of 40 or more. John Hunter (Andover) recorded the highest of 95 in his first match against Martin Wallace (Wokingham).

The seventh and final leg is at Salisbury Snooker Club on Sunday, March 26.

The top 20 ranked players at the end of the series will play off for £500 prize money in Newbury on April 23.

 

Breaks

John Hunter: 95, 90.

Mike Talmondt: 89, 70, 55, 48, 46.

Matt Ford: 75, 68, 67, 59, 60, 55, 50.

Paul Lawrence: 74.

Steve Ashton: 62.

Dan Hammond: 56, 53.

Chris Stocker: 47.

Neil Carroll: 42, 40.

David Stewart: 40.

Martin Wallace: 40.

Christopher Howie: 40.

Nick Birney: 40.

 

ROUND-ROBIN GROUP POSITIONS

GROUP A: 1st, John Hunter (Salisbury SC); 2nd, David Stewart (Chandler’s Ford SC); 3rd, Wayne Muddiman (Chandlers Ford Central); 4th, Dan Hammond (Chandler’s Ford SC); 5th, Paul Lawrence (Park Gate RBL); 6th, Martin Wallace (Crowthorne RBL).

GROUP B: 1st, Neil Carroll (Chandler’s Ford SC); 2nd, Christopher Howie (Shirley Cons); 3rd, Jon Monckton (Woking SC); 4th, Alan Thomas (Jesters, Swindon); 5th, Peter Chin (Jesters, Swindon).

GROUP C: 1st, Chris Stocker (Sunninghill Comrades Club, Ascot); 2nd, Steve Ashton (Salisbury SC); 3rd, Nick Miles (Ashlett Club, Fawley); 4th, Jon Walker (Potting Shed, Aldbourne); 5th, Dharmendra Patel (Crucible, Newbury).

GROUP D: 1st, Matt Ford (Sunninghill Comrades Club, Ascot); 2nd, Mike Talmondt (Copnor SC, Portsmouth); 3rd, Nick Birney (Liberal Club, High Wycombe); 4th, Stephen Hills (Traders, Northfleet); 5th, Herman Desmier (Poole).

 

KNOCKOUT RESULTS

QUARTER-FINALS (12 points): Ford 2 Stewart 0, Talmondt 2 Hunter 0, Carroll 2 Ashton 1, Howie 2 Stocker 1.

SEMI-FINALS (£30, 15 points): Ford 2 Howie 0, Talmondt 2 Carroll 0.

FINAL (£100/£50, 25/18 points): Ford 2 Talmondt 0.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 11:08
 
Castle proves too strong - Cuestars round-up PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 18 February 2017 09:21

THE sixth leg of the Cuestars South of England Championship Tour produced a spectacular finale as rankings leader Billy Castle knocked in back-to-back centuries on a professional standard table to clinch the Newbury contest.

From handshake to handshake, the 3-0 demolition of title rival Seb Worrall took a mere 26 minutes.

“In the groups, I was struggling, but in the knockout I was a totally different player,” said Castle. “I buzzed in the final. Everything I hit turned to gold. If I’m on it, I’m on it.”

The 24-year-old from Reading pocketed £150 prize money after extending his lead in the event at The Crucible Sports & Social Club.

He kicked off the final by clearing the table for 109, followed that with a 130 total clearance and was threatening a third straight ton in the third frame before going in-off on a break of 44.

But the glimmer of hope offered to his shell-shocked opponent was soon extinguished and Worrall, who won the first leg on home tables at Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon, conceded on the green.

The match table used for the final had recently been re-covered with the cloth on which Ronnie O’Sullivan won his seventh Masters title at the Alexandra Palace last month.

“You can see why Ronnie makes it look so easy,” quipped Castle, who had never made consecutive tons in a match before.

And, remarkably, Castle revealed his preparation for the tournament had been far from ideal as his son, Billy-James, who is nearly two, was taken ill the previous night.

“He was in the hospital all night with croup so this win is for my little son,” said the shattered dad-of-two. “I wasn’t going to play today but my missus told me to play.”

The 27-strong field returned 35 breaks of 50 or more - including five centuries.

Mike Finn (Eastleigh), who had recorded tons in each of his five round-robin matches in the corresponding fixture last season, knocked in a 134 in the deciding frame of his last group game against Anthony Rice of Fordingbridge.

Adam Nash (Southampton) followed that by missing the final black on 113 to wrap up a last-16 victory over Christian Chislett (Basingstoke). And Matt Wilson (High Wycombe) added a 112 in his last-16 defeat by Worrall.

Worrall, who had beaten Castle 2-0 in the group stages, fought back from 2-0 down to overcome John Hunter (Andover) 3-2 in the semi-finals before seeing off ex-professional Mike Talmondt (Portsmouth) 3-0 in the last-four.

Castle didn’t drop a frame in the four knockout rounds. He beat Finn 2-0 and Nash 3-0, his teammates from Southampton Super League outfit Churchills A, either side of a 3-0 victory over Ollie Douglas (Newbury).

He leads Worrall by 32 points in the race for the Q School place going into the final two tournaments in Bournemouth on Sunday, March 12, and Coulsdon in April.

Breaks

 

Mike Finn: 134, 69.

Billy Castle: 130, 109, 72, 67, 64, 64, 56, 54, 51, 50.

Adam Nash: 113, 60.

Matt Wilson: 112, 73, 68.

Matt Ford: 81, 73, 70, 58.

Mike Talmondt: 81.

Seb Worrall: 75, 67, 60, 59, 56.

Ryan Mears: 69, 64, 52.

Ollie Douglas: 68, 67, 58, 54.

Dan Sykes: 57.

 

 

ROUND-ROBIN GROUP POSITIONS

 

GROUP A: 1st, Ryan Mears (Sovereign SC, Farnborough); 2nd, Ollie Douglas (Crucible, Newbury); 3rd, Matt Ford (Sunninghill Comrades Club); 4th, Grant Mason (Greenbaize, Bournemouth); 5th, Oliver Sykes (Chandler’s Ford SC).

GROUP B: 1st, Mike Talmondt (Copnor SC, Portsmouth); 2nd, Pete Ferguson (Craneswater SC, Portsmouth); 3rd, Adam Nash (Churchills, Eastleigh); 4th, Andrew Seymour (Crucible, Newbury); 5th, David Rice (Salisbury SC).

GROUP C: 1st, Seb Worrall (Jesters, Swindon); 2nd, Billy Castle (Crucible, Newbury); 3rd, Martin Wallace (Crowthorne RBL); 4th, Dan Sykes (Chandler’s Ford SC); 5th, Jake Baker (Greenbaize, Bournemouth).

GROUP D: 1st, Mike Finn (Churchills, Eastleigh); 2nd, Anthony Rice (Salisbury SC); 3rd, Mickey Joyce (Chandler’s Ford SC); 4th, Jonjo Sharkey (Crucible, Newbury).

GROUP E: 1st, Christian Chislett (Selsey RBL, Chichester); 2nd, John Hunter (Salisbury SC); 3rd, Wasim Khan (Liberal Club, High Wycombe); 4th, Mike Trigg (Chandler’s Ford SC).

GROUP F: 1st, Richard Clark (Jesters, Swindon); 2nd, Matt Wilson (Liberal Club, High Wycombe); 3rd, Rikki Moore (Greenbaize, Bournemouth); 4th, Reece King (Greenbaize, Bournemouth).

 

KNOCKOUT RESULTS

 

LAST-16: Mears 2 Wallace 1, Talmondt 2 Joyce 1, Worrall 2 Wilson 1, Hunter 2 A Rice 1, Douglas 2 Ferguson 0, Castle 2 Finn 0, Nash 2 Chislett 1, Ford 2 Clark 1.

QUARTER-FINALS (24 points): Talmondt 3 Mears 0, Worrall 3 Hunter 2, Castle 3 Douglas 0, Nash 3 Ford 0.

SEMI-FINALS (£25, 30 points): Castle 3 Nash 0, Worrall 3 Talmondt 0.

FINAL (£150/£70 50/36 points): Castle 3 Worrall 0.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 February 2017 11:44
 
Castle wins in style - Cuestars round-up PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 February 2017 09:17

THE sixth leg of the Cuestars South of England Championship Tour produced a spectacular finale as rankings leader Billy Castle knocked in back-to-back centuries on a professional standard table to clinch the Newbury contest.

From handshake to handshake, the 3-0 demolition of title rival Seb Worrall took a mere 26 minutes.

“In the groups, I was struggling, but in the knockout I was a totally different player,” said Castle. “I buzzed in the final. Everything I hit turned to gold. If I’m on it, I’m on it.”

The 24-year-old from Reading pocketed £150 prize money after extending his lead in the event at The Crucible Sports & Social Club.

He kicked off the final by clearing the table for 109, followed that with a 130 total clearance and was threatening a third straight ton in the third frame before going in-off on a break of 44.

But the glimmer of hope offered to his shell-shocked opponent was soon extinguished and Worrall, who won the first leg on home tables at Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon, conceded on the green.

The match table used for the final had recently been re-covered with the cloth on which Ronnie O’Sullivan won his seventh Masters title at the Alexandra Palace last month.

“You can see why Ronnie makes it look so easy,” quipped Castle, who had never made consecutive tons in a match before.

And, remarkably, Castle revealed his preparation for the tournament had been far from ideal as his son, Billy-James, who is nearly two, was taken ill the previous night.

“He was in the hospital all night with croup so this win is for my little son,” said the shattered dad-of-two. “I wasn’t going to play today but my missus told me to play.”

The 27-strong field returned 35 breaks of 50 or more - including five centuries.

Mike Finn (Eastleigh), who had recorded tons in each of his five round-robin matches in the corresponding fixture last season, knocked in a 134 in the deciding frame of his last group game against Anthony Rice of Fordingbridge.

Adam Nash (Southampton) followed that by missing the final black on 113 to wrap up a last-16 victory over Christian Chislett (Basingstoke). And Matt Wilson (High Wycombe) added a 112 in his last-16 defeat by Worrall.

Worrall, who had beaten Castle 2-0 in the group stages, fought back from 2-0 down to overcome John Hunter (Andover) 3-2 in the semi-finals before seeing off ex-professional Mike Talmondt (Portsmouth) 3-0 in the last-four.

Castle didn’t drop a frame in the four knockout rounds. He beat Finn 2-0 and Nash 3-0, his teammates from Southampton Super League outfit Churchills A, either side of a 3-0 victory over Ollie Douglas (Newbury).

He leads Worrall by 32 points in the race for the Q School place going into the final two tournaments in Bournemouth on Sunday, March 12, and Coulsdon in April.

Breaks

 

Mike Finn: 134, 69.

Billy Castle: 130, 109, 72, 67, 64, 64, 56, 54, 51, 50.

Adam Nash: 113, 60.

Matt Wilson: 112, 73, 68.

Matt Ford: 81, 73, 70, 58.

Mike Talmondt: 81.

Seb Worrall: 75, 67, 60, 59, 56.

Ryan Mears: 69, 64, 52.

Ollie Douglas: 68, 67, 58, 54.

Dan Sykes: 57.

 

 

ROUND-ROBIN GROUP POSITIONS

 

GROUP A: 1st, Ryan Mears (Sovereign SC, Farnborough); 2nd, Ollie Douglas (Crucible, Newbury); 3rd, Matt Ford (Sunninghill Comrades Club); 4th, Grant Mason (Greenbaize, Bournemouth); 5th, Oliver Sykes (Chandler’s Ford SC).

GROUP B: 1st, Mike Talmondt (Copnor SC, Portsmouth); 2nd, Pete Ferguson (Craneswater SC, Portsmouth); 3rd, Adam Nash (Churchills, Eastleigh); 4th, Andrew Seymour (Crucible, Newbury); 5th, David Rice (Salisbury SC).

GROUP C: 1st, Seb Worrall (Jesters, Swindon); 2nd, Billy Castle (Crucible, Newbury); 3rd, Martin Wallace (Crowthorne RBL); 4th, Dan Sykes (Chandler’s Ford SC); 5th, Jake Baker (Greenbaize, Bournemouth).

GROUP D: 1st, Mike Finn (Churchills, Eastleigh); 2nd, Anthony Rice (Salisbury SC); 3rd, Mickey Joyce (Chandler’s Ford SC); 4th, Jonjo Sharkey (Crucible, Newbury).

GROUP E: 1st, Christian Chislett (Selsey RBL, Chichester); 2nd, John Hunter (Salisbury SC); 3rd, Wasim Khan (Liberal Club, High Wycombe); 4th, Mike Trigg (Chandler’s Ford SC).

GROUP F: 1st, Richard Clark (Jesters, Swindon); 2nd, Matt Wilson (Liberal Club, High Wycombe); 3rd, Rikki Moore (Greenbaize, Bournemouth); 4th, Reece King (Greenbaize, Bournemouth).

 

KNOCKOUT RESULTS

 

LAST-16: Mears 2 Wallace 1, Talmondt 2 Joyce 1, Worrall 2 Wilson 1, Hunter 2 A Rice 1, Douglas 2 Ferguson 0, Castle 2 Finn 0, Nash 2 Chislett 1, Ford 2 Clark 1.

QUARTER-FINALS (24 points): Talmondt 3 Mears 0, Worrall 3 Hunter 2, Castle 3 Douglas 0, Nash 3 Ford 0.

SEMI-FINALS (£25, 30 points): Castle 3 Nash 0, Worrall 3 Talmondt 0.

FINAL (£150/£70 50/36 points): Castle 3 Worrall 0.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2017 09:19
 
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