Half century break for Andy

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Wednesday 17th January 2018 10:20 pm
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CONSERVATIVE C started their New Year campaign in the Tavistock Snooker League with a less than encouraging run out against an increasingly solid Golf B outfit. Going 3-0 down is never the best way to start the new year, but that is what transpired as Golf dominated the early frames.

Andy Symons, with a fluent 54 break, had Golf in front in no time at all. Treble made it two for Golf with a solid win over Con C’s Jago, and the lead was stretched further in the next frame as Gawman got the edge on Neale in a close one.

Better late than never, Conservative C came to life with Bellamy showing what he is capable of by removing Congo, followed up by useful outing from Bassett as he beat Goble. This was a good start from Golf B but a set back for Con C.  

As Conservative Z struggle to elevate themselves from their lowly position in the league the tough fixtures mount up, and this was the first of many in the New Year run in. Tavy A warmed to their task despite being a man short.

Anderson (junior) of Tavy A won convincingly against Flack (junior) despite being behind from the off. Mckechnie (senior) fell to a determined Evans who took full advantage of Mckechnie’s series of unforced errors to take his team to a 2-0 lead. However, Mayors put up a superb rear-guard action against Anderson (senior) (23) in a tight black ball game of 66-63, it couldn’t have been much tighter. Hodge for the Con Z performed prodigiously but was always chasing the game against Hicks. Tavy A took the evening but Mckechnie (junior) took the final point as Tavy A were a man short so the damage could have been much worse.

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