Jordan compiles 66 break as leaders keep Dockers at bay
SALISBURY A maintained their lead at the top of the Absolute Snooker Swansea Clubs Snooker League with an emphatic 4-1 win over Mumbles Cons A. Jordan Stiens won the opening frame with a 66 break.
Swansea Dockers A stay in second spot as they won 4-1 at Sketty Club in a match that featured several breaks.
Rob Waters made a 29 break in the second frame to secure the home side's only point.
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In frame three Mark Fenton made an 85 break and John Perrin finished the match with a 64.
Cwmfelin A stay third after they beat their D team 4-1. Simon Williams made a 39 break in frame three.
Swansea Labour A won 4-1 at Swansea Dockers B.
The home side's only point coming by way of a default when a player failed to hit a ball three times — this is the first time this has happened in the league. Paul Thomas made a 30 break for Labour.
Cwmfelin B moved right up the table as they won 5-0 at Swansea Labour B; Jordan Cahill made a 38 break in the opening frame and Mark Allen a 32 break in frame three.
Cwmfelin C beat Penlan A 3-2 but Paul Wilkie won the opening frame for Penlan with a break of 61.
Beechwood A beat St Illtyd's A 3-2. John Terry won frame three with a 52 break and Chris Collins secured the deciding frame with 32.
Mansel Workingmen's B extended their lead at the top of division two to 11 points with a 3-2 win over Swansea Dockers C. James Minty opened the match with a 31 break.
Second-placed Sketty Park A lost 4-1 away to St Illtyd's B with Sketty's only point coming from David Lloyd, who made a 40 break to win frame three.
Morriston Workingmen's A join Sketty in second spot after they won 4-1 at St Illtyd's D.
Armine A went 2-1 down at home to Heathcliffe A but recovered to level the match when they won frame four and Calvin Howells won the deciding frame with a 52 break.
Swansea Labour C beat St Illtyd's C 4-1.
Beechwood B won 4-1 at Mansel Workingmen's A, but this score only tells half of the tale.
Frame three was a black ball decider and in frame five Andrew Coates made a 22 break for a 36-34 lead over D Pewsey, then secured the frame with a 27 clearance.