Fairwater Cons Mack Extend Lead

Week 14 results

Roath Cons 1 v 4 Rumney British Legion
Canton Libs 2 v 3 Fairwater Cons Mack
Taff’s Well 1 v 4 Caerphilly Cons
RBL Warriors 3 v 2 Mackintosh Snooker
Fairwater Cons 2 v 3 The Cons


Rob McKenna 60 (Fairwater Cons)

Fairwater Cons Mack have extended their lead at the top of the Premier League after a tense 3-2 win away to Canton Libs, but they had to come from behind after Ed Topham defeated Brian Rees. Jason Hewett levelled the match after beating Luke Haines, but James Facey restored Canton’s lead with victory over Alan Hurley. Khurram Khan’s win against Rory Wigmore restored parity at 2-2, but Ronnie Allen won a high-scoring, closely-fought frame against James Wigmore to seal a crucial win for his side in the race for the title.

Fairwater’s derby rivals Fairwater Cons suffered a surprise 3-2 defeat at home to The Cons, with Mike Rathkey winning the opening frame against Steve Flanagan. Rob McKenna produced the individual highlight of the week with a 60 break against Darren Gill to make it 1-1, but Dan Wardle restored The Cons’ lead with a win versus Terry Garland. Steffan Davies levelled the match for his side after beating Dave Earls, but Dave Standage won it for The Cons after defeating Shaun O’Connell.

Caerphilly Cons have moved to the top of Division One with a 4-1 away win at Taff’s Well, with Dan Bridle and Mike Pardoe winning very close frames against Rhys Carpenter and Ian Purnell respectively. Ciaran Paul sealed the win with a comfortable victory over Jimmy Llewellyn, before the frame of the night saw Dai Rideout edge a hard-fought contest against Kevin Brown, before Rob Hayes won a consolation frame versus Ieuan Simms.

RBL Warriors ensured they stay in touch with the teams above them in the Premier League with a 3-2 win against Mackintosh Snooker. Nural Khan won the opener against Eassa Din, before Carlos Schiazza made it 1-1 after he beat Chris Johnson. Jason Veal’s win over Craig Bolton put the Wrriors back in front, before Mike Watts won the match after defeating Mike Nessbert, but Nathan Dunne’s win against Simon Takata ensured a close scoreline.

Rumney British Legion’s 4-1 over Roath Cons saw them close the gap on the teams above them in Division One, but Roath won the opening frame after Clive Marsh’s defeat of Alex Ellis. Victories for Graeme Prance against Kerri Whiting and Andy Magill versus Andrew Champion put Rumney 2-1 ahead, before Tony Parkin and Paul Chichester’s wins against Rob Reid and Lee Cornock respectively gave Rumney the victory.

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