TWO teams still boast impressive 100 per cent records after six rounds of Spalding and District League fixtures.
Division Two leaders Holbeach stretched their winning streak to six after beating Whittlesey B 5-1 last week, while third tier leaders Consti C made it five wins on the bounce by beating Bourne SC C 5-1 on their own baize.
Ash Bonn (R14), Donald Monk (R7), Ian Woodberry (R14) and Richard Lowe (R7) all won for Holbeach to send them three points ahead of the rest.
Mark German (O14) led the charge for Consti H, trousering breaks of 25 and 20 at the Bourne venue. They are a point clear at the summit with a game in hand.
Elsewhere, Kieran Bowman (O14) lit up Division One with a superb 54 break.
The Tulips A ace also made a 23 and brother Bren Bowman (O63) pocketed a 32 against Donington C – but they were on the wrong end of a 4-2 scoreline.
Also scoring well was Mick Pearl, as Holbeach A defeated Long Sutton A 4-2. The O14 handicapper made a cool 44.
The best break in Division Two came from Long Sutton D’s Ben Lewis (O7), who made 28 in a 5-1 win over Consti F.
Down in the third tier, Peter Tingle (R14) was on top form for Consti E as his side saw off hosts Boundary C 4-2.
Tingle amassed a personal best tally of 114 points against Andy Isabell (O21) to clinch the win for his side.
Division Four is shaping up really nicely. The big clash of the week saw the top two meet at Consti J – and the hosts saw off previous leaders Long Sutton C 4-2. Nick Keeble (O14) made a 20 break in the win, as Sutton dropped down to fifth on 21 points.
That’s because four teams are locked together on 22 points, led by Consti J.
Donington B are second after dispatching Bourne SC B 4-2, while Gavin Lewis’ (R14) 20 break couldn’t stop Pyramid B beating Donington D 5-1 to go third. Whittlesey D are fourth, having won 5-1 over Consti C.
• Tulips C have been indefinitely disqualified from the Spalding and District Snooker and Billiards League.
The Division Three side broke league rules by playing non-registered players on several occasions and have been expelled with immediate effect.
All of their remaining fixtures this season will now be free weeks for their scheduled opposition.
A new fixture list will soon be available for team captains, while the Division Three table will be amended in the coming weeks.
Bourne Snooker Centre A have also be issued with a five point penalty for their role in the incident.