Miller Boys edge home to continue at the top of Division One of the Herefordshire Snooker League

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MILLER Boys continue to rule the roost at the top of Division One of the Herefordshire Snooker League after a narrow 3-2 win over X-Men, Stuart Roberts winning the deciding frame.

Zeds stay in second spot with a 3-2 win over Corner Pockets.

Military B remain in contention after a devastating display of snooker to beat Pot Idols 4-1, with Jason Plant compiling breaks of 57 and 20 in his frame.

Flukey Few dashed the hopes of the Police moving up the table with a 4-1 win over the visitors.

Broms Boys put in their best performance of the season with a 5-0 win over the Legionaires, Mark Massey coming back from 30 behind to take the opening frame.

Q4 Carlton take over the top of Division Two with a 4-1 win over the Herodians.

Matt Oldham got the divisional leaders off the mark with a solid victory over Dave Vaughn.

Glen Cameron, Ben Fortey and Carl Williams followed suit with commanding displays of snooker to take a 4-0 lead.

The last frame saw Mike Lulay beat Mark Mortlock and stop the whitewash.

In a club derby, P Shed Y got the upper hand with a solid performance to beat previous league leaders Shedloads 4-1.

The first frame saw teenager Jordan Davies victorious in a black-ball thriller.

Mark Reynolds put in a disciplined frame of snooker to take the second frame and level the match.

P shed Y captain Ross Adams grabbed the match by the scruff of its neck and his superb performance, which included a break of 21, inspired the rest who all went on to win.

Farmers B were 3-2 winners over Railway A, Norman Pfuell beating Spike Turner by a narrow two points while John Manders was victorious in a black-ball shoot-out with Bill Waygood.


DIVISION 1: Flukey Few 4 Police A 1, Broms Boys 5 Legionaires 0, Military B 4 Pot Idols 1, Corner Pockets 2 Zeds 3, X-Men 2 MillerBoys 3.

DIVISION 2: 7 Wilders 3 NoWhereMen 2, Farmers B 3 Railway A 2, ShedLoads 1 P Shed Y 4, Herodians 1 Q4 Carlton 4.

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