Canton Libs A showed once again how much they want to retain their title after a 4-1 win over the Mack sent them 8 points clear of the chasing pack. Wins for the top 5 teams has seen them break away from the rest, with the race to be in the Premier League for the second half of the season looking like it will go all the way. Next week sees County play host to in-form Park, with Dave Redrup looking to be one of three players left who could make it a perfect 10 out of 10.
Another victory for Senghenydd against Taff’s Well sees them move up to joint third in the table with Park Club. Their sixth win of the season keeps up their impressive start, and means their only defeats so far have been against the top two. Canton Libs A took advantage of County’s bye week to extend their lead, with Kishan Hirani once again the star man with a 58 break in his frame. Cathays Cons got back to winning ways at the expense of Rumney British Legion, while Savoy won a close match against Trecenydd, after a spirited performance by the youngsters. At the halfway point of the first round of fixtures, the race to get in the top half is hotting up after the Mack’s win against Park ensures there’s only six points between sixth and ninth place.
Well done to everyone as results for the first set of matches for the singles and doubles were all submitted ahead of the deadline. Draws are now fully up to date and the next deadline is December 14th.
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A 4-1 win for County Cons against South Wales Snooker A saw them close the gap on their rivals Canton Libs A to two points, after the champions recorded a 3-2 victory at home to Rumney British Legion. However, Park Club are hot on their heels after a 3-2 win against Canton Libs Z kept them in third place, while Senghenydd and Savoy both registered 4-1 away wins to ensure that the top 5 have started to break away from the rest. The only whitewash of the week came at Taff’s Well, where a 5-0 victory over South Wales B keeps them in the race to finish in the top 8. However, there is a slight gap emerging as Cuesaders, Canton Libs Z and Cathays Cons occupy the final 3 places for the halfway split. In the Individual Rankings, Dave Redrup, Sam Thomas and Ed Topham all made it a perfect 7 from 7, while Graeme Prance and Shaun O’Connell also maintained a 100% record for the season so far.
Can all players remember that it is the responsibility of BOTH team captains to submit the match result (including player results and breaks) to the League Secretary, via either the forum, text or email. Please note that only those submitted match line-ups and breaks will be added to the Rankings and Breaks Board.