Compiled results from Plymouth's snooker, billiards and pool leagues
PLESSEY SEMICONDUCTOR P&D LEAGUE
IN DIVISION One Riley's A have retained the title with a 5-1 win over club rivals Riley's E.
Riley's B look set to finish runners-up after winning 6-0 at Barbican Accountants (Adam Lewin 27).
In the all-Belgrave clash the C side enjoyed a fine draw with their third-placed A outfit.
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John Corry won both frames for Belgrave B who prevailed 4-2 at Belgrave F. Elsewhere, honours ended even between Essa and GWRSA F.
Riley's H are Division Two champions after defeating Riley's D 5-1. John Clark made a 20 break for the D side.
Second place is still up for grabs with up to four teams fighting for runners-up place.
Chris Moulder made a good 33 break for Elburton, who won 5-1 at Riley's G.
Bottom side Riley's I had a good draw at home to Plaza C for whom Dave Huxham won both frames.
Phil White made a 22 for Belgrave G, who beat Belgrave D 5-1. GWRSA C won 5-1 against Riley's C.
In the Thursday League, the top two met at Riley's with the Tavy Club A winning the clash 3-2.
Newton Readers were unlucky to go down 3-2 at home to Elburton A.
Elburton B went down 3-2 at home to The Tavy Club B.
Results: Division One: Riley's E 1 Riley's A 5, Barbican Accountants 0 Riley's B 6, Belgrave C 3 Belgrave A 3, Belgrave F 2 Belgrave B 4, Essa 3 GWRSA F 3
Division Two: Riley's H 5 Riley's D 1, Riley's G 1 Elburton 5, Riley's I 3 Plaza C 3, Belgrave G 5 Belgrave D 1, GWRSA C 5 Riley's C 1
Thursday: Newton Readers 2 Elburton A 3, Riley's A 2 The Tavy Club A 3, Elburton B 2 The Tavy Club B 3
PLYMOUTH SOCIAL CLUBS SNOOKER LEAGUE
THE highest break in the Premier came from Hayden Pinhey who compiled a superb 75 to win his frame for Rileys.
Pinhey then watched team-mate Wayne Branton make a 60 in a 4-1 win over Plympton Cons A.
Stuart A's Dave Whitfield scored a 30 only to see his opponent Mitchell Grinstead of Belgrave F make breaks of 36 and 31 to win the frame.
Mitchell then saw team-mate Tom Kevern make a 35 and 36, but the Stuart side came out on top 3-2.
Ivybridge's Neil Morris made breaks of 36 and 33 in a 4-1 victory over Saltash WM A.
Steve Brookshaw made 41 to win his frame for Belgrave C, but then saw Belgrave B's Gary Hughes make a 34 to help them to a 3-2 victory.
In Division One, Crownhill RBL A's Keith Canning and Peter Heal made breaks of 43 and 37, respectively, in a 3-2 victory over Belgrave D.
Tony Hodge made a 29 to win the frame on the black for Hyde Park C, but then saw Paul Medway make 30 to take Plympton Cons B to a 3-2 win.
Plymstock A's John Green and John Paddy made breaks of 35 and 25 in a 3-2 win over Beacon Park B.
Saltash WM C, in Division Two, watched Chris Wiles make breaks of 45 and 32 to win his frame. However, they lost to Ford Cons A 4-1 – the only side to do the double over Saltash thus far this season.
Stuart B's Martin Griffiths managed a 27 clearance and then Adam Fisher secured a 23 break in a 3-2 win over ESSA.
Lee James and Stuart Ladkin made breaks of 35 and 23, respectively, in Hyde Park B's 5-0 win over Crownhill Family A.
This now closes the gap at the top to just three points.
Results: Premier Division: Belgrave A 4 Belgrave G 1, Plympton Cons A 1 Rileys 4, Belgrave F 2 Stuart A 3, Plymstock B 4 Keyham Cons 1, Belgrave C 2 Belgrave B 3, Ivybridge 4 Saltash WM A 1, Telecom A 4 Ford Cons C 1, Torpoint Cons A 3 Ford Cons B 2.
Division One: Crownhill RBL A 3 Belgrave D 2, Crownhill Family B 2 Torpoint Comrades 3, Saltash WM B 2 Beacon Park A 3, GWRSA Laira A 4 Hyde Park A 1, Crownhill RBL B 3 Crownhill RBL C 2, City Social 2 GWRSA Laira B 3,
Beacon Park B 2 Plymstock A 3, Hyde Park C 2 Plympton Cons B 3
Division Two: Woodland Fort A 2 Crownhill RBL D 3, Ford Cons A 4 Saltash WM C 1, Citybus B 2 Telecom B 3, Ford Cons D 4 Torpoint Cons B 1, Stuart D 4 Citybus C 1, Stuart B 3 ESSA 2, Hyde Park B 5 Crownhill Family A 0
TORPOINT POOL LEAGUE
ONLY six matches were played as one team withdrew from the league and a game was postponed in round 21 of the season.
The top three teams have maintained their positions, while Queens Crocs took apart an under-strength Bar Mez Kings and swap places with them.
Ninth-placed Kings Legs were at second-placed Trot II, who were also under-strength in a comfortable 7-2 for the visitors.
Results: Team Tidy 8 Trot A 1, Kings B 0 Standard B 9, Cons Heroes 6 WKD Wheelers 3, Trot II 2 Kings Legs 7, MOF B 3 MOF A 6, Queens Crocs 7 Bar Mez Kings 2
MEMBERS of the Belgrave Club in Mutley have been treated to two top-class exhibitions of snooker and billiards.
Andy Hicks gave an awesome display of potting and break-building in a snooker evening.
The former world number 17 was undefeated against the club's top cueists and compiled five century breaks of 133, 128, 106, 105 and 103. Hicks, who reached a World Championship semi-final in 1995, produced a further seven breaks over 70 and five more over 50.
Also, twice World Billiards champion Peter Gilchrist appeared at the club and amazed spectators with breaks of 269, 262, 225, 176, 166, 113, 84, 70, 62 and 58 against local cueists including Derek Walker and Graham Ward.
The Singapore-based cueman has won European, UK and British Open titles, which has helped earn his reputation as one of the greatest players of the modern era. The evening was sponsored by Devon Pasties and Plymouth Billiards League.
Snooker legend Jimmy White will be appearing in the next exhibition at the club later this month on Friday, March 29.