Wayne’s record break in Nelson and District Semi-Snooker League

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IN the Nelson and District Semi-Snooker League First Division, Wayne Cotterill was on fire down at the Lamb Club when he put together the second-highest clearance in the league’s history - 129.

That helped St Andrews move to the top with a 3-2 away win over Lamb A.

Mick King had a run of 35 for Poultry B, who drop to second place after a 3-2 loss away to Worsthorne, and Poultry A stay in third place as they suffered a 3-2 loss at home to Brierfield Liberal, with the final frame going to Poultry’s Allan Brown over Ronnie McNaught.

Elsewhere Craig Mc Kavett had a run of 29 for Old Band A, who gained a 4-1 home win over Carters A and move into fourth place, while Paradise A bounced back from last week’s drubbing with a 4-1 home win over Lamb B.

Simon Mc Kenna had a break of 44 for Alexandra, who had to settle for a 3-2 loss at home to Briercliffe.

In the Second Division, White Lea Head remain at the top despite an open date, and Colne Dressers stay in second place with a 3-2 home win over Shorthomers B.

Molly Rigby’s are unchanged in third place despite a 3-2 loss at home to a visiting Paradise B side, while Jason Lee had a run of 34 for Dressers E, who left Byerden House with a 3-2 win.

Liberal B are back to winning ways and pulled off a 4-1 home win over David Street A, while St Andrew’s B emerged 3-2 home winners over Nelson Golf Club, and Colne Tacklers A secured a 3-2 away win over Dressers D.

In the Third Division, Foulridge share top spot with Poultry D after a 3-2 away win, and Shorthomers D are also in top position despite losing away to Dressers B 3-2.

Vinny Byrne had a run of 27 for Shorthomers C who takes up fourth place after a 3-2 home win over Dressers C.

Molly Rigby’s A pulled off a 4-1 home win over Old Band C to jump them into fifth spot, while Tacklers C came away from Church Street with a 3-2 away win over Lamb C, and Tacklers B had a 3-2 home win over Lamb D, with the deciding frame going to Peter Stobbs over Lamb’s Paul Kelly.