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Week 4 results –

Senghenydd 2 v 3 Canton Libs B
Savoy 3 v 2 Cathays Cons
Canton Libs Z 3 v 2 Cuesaders
Rumney British Legion 0 v 5 Fairwater Cons
Mackintosh 3 v 2 Taff’s Well
Llandaff Warriors 3 v 2 Trecenydd Snooker

Breaks

Dylan Emery 127 (Trecenydd Snooker)
Richard Humphries 64 (Canton Libs Z)

Trecenydd Snooker’s Dylan Emery produced the individual performance of the season so far with an outstanding 127 break to surge to the summit of the Highest Breaks board. The break moves the current Welsh U-21 number one to 9th place in the CDSA all-time breaks board rankings, and could have been more after missing the black for a 134 clearance. It wasn’t enough though for his side to win, as Llandaff Warriors responded to win three of the remaining four frames to win 3-2 and move to joint second place in Division One.

Mackintosh won the big match-up of the week after edging a very close encounter 3-2 against Taff’s Well. Wins for Jason Hewitt and Khurram Khan had put the Mack 2-0 up, but the league leaders hit back to level things at 2-2. The decider was a tense affair, but captain Ronnie Allen maintained his 100% start to the season to win and move his side to the top of the Premier League.

The competitiveness of this year’s league was illustrated by the fact that the only match that wasn’t decided by the odd frame came at Rumney British Legion as Fairwater Cons joined the Mack at the top after a comprehensive 5-0 win, whilst an under-strength Savoy won a close match 3-2 against Cathays Cons. Canton Libs B continued their good form to win 3-2 at Senghenydd, whilst Canton Libs Z’s 3-2 victory over Cuesaders saw the return of a

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Llandaff are the Ultimate Warriors

Malcolm Keenor Trophy Week 1 results –

GROUP A

Trecenydd Snooker 4 v 1 Cathays Cons
Canton Libs B 2 v 3 Canton Libs Z
Senghenydd 1 v 4 Savoy

GROUP B

Llandaff Warriors 3 v 2 Fairwater Cons
Cuesaders 2 v 3 Taff’s Well
Mackintosh 5 v 0 Rumney British Legion w/o

Breaks

Steffan Davies 69 (Fairwater Cons)
Ben Griffiths 40 (Fairwater Cons)

The opening round of the Malcolm Keenor Trophy saw a number of close matches, as the league debuted its new individual handicaps rather than teams having a collective start in each frame, which seemed to result in lots of very close frames.

Savoy and Trecenydd Snooker lead Group A after both winning 4-1 against Cathays Cons and Senghenydd respectively, whilst Canton Libs Z won the derby 3-2 against the B side.

The match of the week took place in Group B at Llandaff as the Warriors overcame Fairwater Cons 3-2, despite the highest break of the season from Steffan Davies who made an impressive 69, with Ben Griffiths also contributing a break of 40. Mackintosh have taken an early advantage after Rumney British Legion failed to fulfil their fixture, whilst Taff’s Well won 3-2 at Cuesaders.

Taff’s Well and Mack lead the way

Week 3 results –

Canton Libs B 4 v 1 Llandaff Warriors
Cathays Cons 4 v 1 Senghenydd
Cuesaders 2 v 3 Savoy
Fairwater Cons 5 v 0 Canton Libs Z
Mackintosh 4 v 1 Rumney British Legion
Taff’s Well 4 v 1 Trecenydd Snooker

Breaks

Jason Hewitt 45 (Mackintosh)
Clive Marsh 44 (Mackintosh)
James Facey 36 (Canton Libs B)

Taff’s Well and Mackintosh kept up their impressive start to the season after they both registered 4-1 victories to remain unbeaten after three matches. Taff’s Well had a very close encounter against Trecenydd with 3 frames going to the black, whilst Mackintosh won more comfortably against Rumney British Legion.

Fairwater Cons ensured that the top two don’t get too far ahead after they closed the gap with the only whitewash of the week with a 5-0 win at home to Canton Libs Z. Savoy were the only away team to win this week with a close 3-2 victory at Cuesaders, whilst Cathays Cons got back to winning ways with a 4-1 win versus Senghenydd, with Canton Libs B beating Llandaff Warriors by the same scoreline.

Singles and doubles draws now online

The last two years have seen two new first-time Cardiff champions. Who will follow in the footsteps of John-Henry Griffiths and Rhys Carpenter?

This year’s singles and doubles draws are now online using the links on the left hand menu. Good luck everyone who has entered!

Taff’s Well and Cuesaders top after two

Week 2 results –

Trecenydd Snooker 3 v 2 Canton Libs B
Llandaff Warriors 3 v 2 Cathays Cons
Senghenydd 3 v 2 Cuesaders
Savoy 3 v 2 Fairwater Cons
Canton Libs Z 1 v 4 Mackintosh
Taff’s Well 5 v 0 Rumney British Legion

Breaks

Simon Parker 61 (Mackintosh)
Jason Hewitt 47 (Mackintosh)

The champions Savoy bounced back from their opening day defeat to register a closely-fought 3-2 win against Fairwater Cons to move level with Steve Flanagan’s side in the Premier League table. The leaders of the Premier League are Taff’s Well after a 5-0 win over Rumney British Legion put them top with 10 points from their opening two matches.

Mackintosh produced the stand-out performance of the week with a 4-1 win away to Canton Libs Z with Simon Parker registering the highest break of the season so far with a 61 break, backed up by a 47 by Jason Hewitt.

Cuesaders are top of Division One despite a 3-2 defeat away to Senghenydd who are one behind in joint second place. They are joined on 6 points by Trecenydd Snooker who registered their first win with a 3-2 win over Canton Libs B. Llandaff Warriors bounced back from their opening day loss with an excellent 3-2 victory over Cathays Cons to leave Rumney at the foot of the Division One table.

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