IN the Nelson and District Semi-Snooker League, Wayne Cotterill had a break of 57 for St Andrew’s in their 4-1 away win over Briercliffe.
That keeps them top with a two-point lead over Poultry A, for whom Clive Pilkington had a run of 39 to help his side to a 3-2 home win over Car IN the Nelson and District Semi-Snooker League, Wayne Cotterill had a break of 57 for St Andrew’s in their 4-1 away win over Briercliffe.
That keeps them top with a two-point lead over Poultry A, for whom Clive Pilkington had a run of 39 to help his side to a 3-2 home win over Carters A.
Elsewhere, Old Band A came away from Church Street with a 4-1 win over Lamb A to keep them in joint second place, while Chris Mount had a run of 44 for Poultry B, who shot up the table after a 5-0 away win over Alexandra, to put them in fourth position.
Paradise A are back to winning ways and secured a 5-0 whitewash at home to a visiting Worsthorne side, while Burnley Miners pulled off a 3-2 home win over Lamb B.
In the Second Division, White Lea Head find themselves top this week despite a 3-2 loss at home to Nelson Golf Club, and are just a point in front of Dressers E, who gained a 3-2 home win over Paradise B.
Shorthomers B drop to third place with an open date, and Colne Dressers lie third place but came off second best at home to Tacklers A, where the match finished 3-2 to Tacklers.
Molly Rigby’s B saw off Dressers D with a 4-1 home win to keep them in fourth place, while Liberal B came away from Abinger Street with a 3-2 win over St Andrew’s B, and Byerden House’s home match with David Street will be replayed due to unforeseen circumstances at the club.
In the Third Division, Poultry D extended their lead at the top by three points after a 4-1 away win over Tacklers B, and taking up second place are Old Band C, who went through the card at home to Lamb D.
Shorthomers C secured a 4-1 away win over bottom placed Lamb C, whose only winner was John Whittingham Snr with a run of 27.
Dressers B moved up the ladder after a 4-1 home win over Foulridge Social Club, while Richard Walton had a run of 27 for Tacklers C, who came away from David Street with a 4-1 result.
Jason Bradley had a break of 39 for Molly Rigby’s A, and was beaten on a black ball game as Molly’s suffered a 4-1 defeat at home to Dressers C. ters A.