By George I Think He's Got It!

George Beckett produced the performance of the week in the Plymouth Open League as his Cherry Tree A side continued their relentless march to the Division A title with an 8-3 win over The Lugger.


Beckett was not content with the maximum he scored, but followed this up with a fine 114 checkout in a 2-0 win as the Pennycross team made it thirteen from thirteen this season.



Veteran Dave Jones produced a 108 checkout but his Mainstone side ended up on a wrong end of a 7-4 defeat to Weston Mill Oak Villa A; a second success of the campaign for the visitors.


Ker St B won a tight contest against Cherry Tree B 6-5, which leaves the Devonport side firmly in mid-table and the defeated side bottom.


The race for second is a little tighter with Ker St C currently occupying that position thanks to a 7-4 win over their rivals, St Levans.


Keith Carter produced the only maximum of the contest for the defeated visitors who are now four behind in third.



Weston Mill Oak Villa B couldn't take advantage of St Levans defeat and remain fourth after a 6-5 defeat at home to Pennycross.


The Weston Mill side were as many as 6-2 down before a mini fightback, in which they hit the lion's share of a thirty-nine ton haul between the two teams.


King Billy were the biggest winners of the week in Division B by 7-4 in the top of the table clash with now joint leaders Railway.


There was a 180 a piece with Dan Perryman and James Ewing notching for each side and this result leaves King Billy as firm favourites for the title thanks to a game in hand.


Falstaff won a tight affair 6-5 against visitors Prince Maurice to keep themselves in a comfortable third whilst fourth placed Ford won by the same scoreline at home to Octagon.


Fortescue also picked up a 6-5 home win against Weston Mill Hotel whilst bottom side Ker St D also were defeated by the odd leg in eleven by Shakespeare.

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