David Wain Insurance Premier League by Owen Jones
PJM Fascias Division 1 by Mick Buckland
Newton Fallowell Division 2 by Mike Buckland
In the Newton Fallowell Division Two, Woodville C became the first side in all the league to be promoted as they thumped Belmont C 8-0. Fran McNulty knocked in a nice 38 as he beat Terry Bosworth. Wayne Brewin then beat this with a lovely 51 as he defeated Graeme Drayton. There were also wins for Mark Satchwell and John Chambers to complete the rout. Belmont C have won more than they have lost and will finish mid-table.
In second spot are Alrewas C who had no game last week they will make Woodville wait to win the title having lost only once themselves this season.The two sides play each other this week and anything other than an Alrewas win will hand
the title to Woodville.
In third are Tutbury C, who also had no game last week but they are now joined on 105 points by Swad Cons D. They had a fine 7-1 win over Rolleston D with Bob Birch knocking in a couple of 20 plus breaks as he beat John Ward. Mark Brookes and Andy Boam also scored wins whilst Dave Bodie and a half with Neil Cheadle.
Ivanhoe D made it 5 unbeaten in the league as they beat an off colour Burton Cons D side. Keith Bale, Jason Collins and Brian Lowrie were all on fine form to score wins whilst Jack Bale drew with the Cons’ captain Paul Brooks.
Woodville B beat Swad Cons C 6-2 with wins on the night for Mark Gallagher and Terry Eiley. The matches between Dennis Moore and Pete Fearn and then Wayne Allen and Errol Faulkner were halved.
The Snookerettes of Spot On D made it four matches without defeat as they drew with Belmont D. Kate Stirling had her third straight win with a victory over Charlie Groves.Clare Peaty is four unbeaten as she beat Simon Deakin to take her average to 56% for the season. Matt Newbold and Tom Holland replied for Belmont.
Wayne Brewin now hold the top three breaks in the division this year with a season leading 54. John Sharpe is still hanging on at the top of the averages with 89%-he is joined in the top four by Wayne Brewin, Mark Satchwell and Fran McNulty.