Andover Pool league reaches half way point

Andover Pool league reaches half way point

Andover Pool league reaches half way point

First published in Sport

ANDOVER Pool League hit the halfway point of the season with the Premier League set for a four-horse finale.

Ian Bryant’s Queen Charlotte bounced back from last week’s defeat to the Demons with an 8-1 win over Clatford to stay in top spot.

The Demons, though, stayed in touch with a hard-fought 5-4 win over Royal Oak to move joint 2nd, but it was Sean Curtis’ Arms ‘A’ side who crashed the party, leaving the Arms ‘B’ punch drunk with a 6-3 win to move within 5 points of the second-placed sides.

Craig Rees’ QCC’s sit clear in 5th thanks to a 7-2 win over winless Central, who look all but set for a return to Division One.

Battle Stations were moved off the top of Division One for the first time this season as they lost the battle for top sport 7-2 to Anton Harts.

Hurstbourne ‘A’ kept in touch thanks to a 7-2 win over Lucky Tavern and The Foresters Fatties sit well placed in 4th after a 5-4 win over The Folly, while the QC Beebies moved into 5th with a 7-2 win over Toby Seal’s Shire Sharp Shooters.

Wooly B52s closed the gap on Folly Flyers in Division Two thanks to an 8-1 win over the Railway Club. David Adamson’s side stayed on top thanks to a 5-4 win over Central Mankinis.

Division Three saw a two-horse race emerge as Plougher Rangers and Hurstbourne ‘B’ went clear.

Ken Cattermoule’s Hurstbourne side scraped past bottom side Central Hedgehogs 5-4, while Plougher Rangers won 7-2 at home to HBT Players to close the gap and go level on points.

There is now a three-way tie for 3rd place, with Eagle Leftovers and Ploughin’ On moving level on points with Tavern A Laugh. The Eagle headed to the Wyke Down and picked up a 5-4 win, while Gordon Cooper’s Ploughin’ On won 6-3 away at the Tavern.

Lamb Chop ‘A’ maintained their unbeaten start with a 6-3 win over Wyke Down ’n’ Outs who sit one point behind despite a second loss of the season.

Swallow Smash Heads stay in 3rd after a 5-4 win over Clatford Arms ‘A’ while the Arms Snipers moved into 4th with a win over Lamb Chop ‘B’.

At the bottom, Shire Sambuca Squad stay bottom after losing to Slipper Strangers.

Kings and Queens went top of Division Five with a 5-4 win over Wanda Morgan’s Royal Oak Beavers.

They went clear of Town Mills who went down 5-4 to Bev Summer’s Play Station while Central Saints moved level on points of with 6-3 win over Foresters Chess Club.

The biggest win of the week came at the Station where Liam Reeves’ Barbarians finally got off the mark with a 6-3 result over the Phoenix to give themselves a chance of avoiding the wooden spoon.

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