Snooker: Dinnington C lose unbeaten record


Dinnington C lost their Division One unbeaten record in the Worksop and District Snooker League last week after a 3-1 loss to Breakers S. Don Squires, Jason Tompkin and Shane Robinson were the winning trio.

Breakers X continue to fly high at the top after another 3-1 victory over Stanley G. Daryll Peacock, Paul Milverton and John Fisher all won with Russ Cairns gaining the only point for Stanley G.

Ex-Servicemen’s produced an excellent 4-0 win at home against Notts Arena C. D McCarthy, D Hynes, K Jones and G Hudson were the winning quartet.

Champions Notts Arena appear to be already out of the title race after their sixth defeat of the season against Warsop WMC who remain second after the 3-1 win.

Ash Carty set the ball rolling for Arena however Ade Westwood, Matt Scott and P Dillion inflicted more pain into the wombs of Arena. Elsewhere Clipstone produced a good 3-1 away win at Grove Mill, Pete Cotton, M Ball and A Mellor were the winners.

Other Results - Welbeck A 2-2 Bassetlaw C, Langold Pocket 2-2 Welbeck B.

In Division Two Worksop Bowling Club remain top despite a 3-1 loss to Hodthorpe A. P Scott, D Field and Kenny Creswick all won with Chris Pasturel gaining a last frame consolation over Barry Godley. Notts Arena B still are second and one point behind depsite losing their unbeaten start to the season to Woodend Pub. D Woollen, G Parry and Dave Padley were the winners with Hayden Staniland once again winning for the B team.

Other results saw a good week for the Stanley Street Clubs. Stanley C fired home all four points against a winless Hodthorpe B. Gareth Kirk, Scott Wilson, Steve Tracey and Captain Kev Firth all won to see the C team climb the table.

Stanley A also produce an excellent 4-0 away win at Tickhill B. Cliff Headley, Hank Matthews, 87 year old veteren George Smith and Damien Padley were the winning quartet in an excellent week for the Stanley Street clubs. Other Results - Harworth 3-1 Anston WMC, Dinnington A 1-3 Insitute A of Tickhill. Bye - Stanley B.