CHRISTLETON won convincingly at St Werburgh’s United in the Chester Snooker League Olympic Trophies Division.
Colin Jones got the home side off to a good start when he defeated Andy Mumford.
The very consistent Barry Davis levelled matters by comfortably accounting for Mike Griffiths and Christleton then built a 4-1 lead.
Roy Baker was last man on for Werburgh’s as Christleton capped their victory with a fifth win.
Conservative A played Conservative B hoping to keep in touch with the leaders but the B team had other ideas. After A teamer Jason Taylor beat Alan Taylor, Pat Fergus levelled for the B team with a great win over Steve Williams. Mike Davies was beaten by Eddie Jenkins who made a 38 break in his frame but Martin Peaker levelled again for the B team when he beat Brian Morgan.
The performance of the night came from young player Shawn Davies. He was up against one of Cons A’s stronger players, Andy Short, and he got the better of him to give Cons B their first win of the season.
Francis Oweti gave Snooker Centre the lead over Broughton Wings but they couldn’t maintain the momentum and had to settle for a 3-3 draw.
St Saviours moved into a clear second place with their 4-2 win over Utd Services.
Alan Page and Chris Fraser, making his first appearance, put Saviours two up.
Geoff Anderson had a great game against Alan Lea to pull one back and Martin Walsh put the scores level when he beat Scott Wilkie. Kevin Maxwell had a great game against Geoff Cadogan and knocked a 62 break in his win.
Alex Ferguson completed the triumph for Saviours with a big win over Paul Lewis.
Liberal A were hosts to Upton RBL A in a middle of the table clash and lost 4-2.
Kevin Gibson and Glen Sheil gave Upton a 2-0 lead and although Tony Hughes pulled one back for Liberal, John Over and Chris Dixon made sure of the win.
Tom Hughes scored a second consolation point for Liberal in beating Mike Hague.
In a rearranged Haz-Decs Division match, Waverton marched on with their good form, winning 3-2.
Chris Connelly won the first frame against Leo Jackson but Upton took the lead with wins by Paul Cross and Mike Wilks.
Andy Sutton-Thompson and John O’Boyle all won for Waverton to give them a deserved win and push them up the table.