Ringers Take Top Spot Off Wonky Weavers

24 October 2017 09:15:00 Posted By Luton
Last Updated: 26 October 2017 17:11:00

Shootpool Ringers 7-5 Wonky Weavers

Shootpool Ringers came back strong at the end of the match to beat, and therefore overtake them for top spot. Wonky Weavers captain Ricky Carr and Dominic Whittaker gave their side a 2-0 lead early on, before Jez Wyborn pulled one back for Shootpool Ringers. Ryan Mutch and Daniel Jenkings the won either side of Nick Tilley winning for Shootpool Ringers, as Wonky Weavers led 4-2 at half time.

Chris Boggon pulled it back to 4-3, before Ryan Mutch win his second frame of the night to restore Wonky Weavers' two point lead at 5-3. But Shootpool Ringers came back brilliantly at the end, with second wins for Jez Wyborn and Nick Tilley sandwiched in wins for Dave Wall and captain Jules Wyborn.

The White Swan 5-7 The Feathers

The Feathers remain in third after they won 7-5 against The White Swan. Dave Coleman gave The Feathers a 1-0 lead before Stuart Robertson and Will Hammond turned the match around to 2-1. Ramis Shuhu then levelled the score up at 2-2, before Mark Rudge and Ed Knotwell shared the next two frames to leave it at 3-3 at half time.

Dave Coleman put The Feathers 4-3 up, only for James Edney to equalise for The White Swan. Ed Knotwell was next to give The Feathers a lead, but Mark Rudge again equalised at 5-5. Ramis Shuhu made the score 6-5, but there was no equaliser this time as Nathan Harris won the final frame to win the match 7-5.

Cotton Wheel Kittens 2-10 Misfits

Misfits moved up to fourth place after won their third consecutive game, and in style, as they won 10-2 against bottom side Cotton Wheel Kittens. Gary Rockett, Simon Honeyball, Tony Festa, Alan Carter and Robyn Rockett all won early on as Misfits went 5-0 up, before Cotton Wheel Kittens had Zenya Heap to thank as her win avoided the first half whitewash.

Misfits went on another five frame winning run, this one involving second wins for Alan Carter and Simon Honeyball, and also wins for Sarah Box, Arron Flanagan and Amy Walsh. The Cotton Wheel Kittens did manage to win the last frame through Jamie Martin, but the game ended 10-2 to Misfits.

Killer Bees 9-3 Shootpool Cutters

Killer Bees had an unbeaten first half to thank for their 9-3 win against Shootpool Cutters. In the first half, Tim White, Paul Visser, Adam Knight, Dave Dawson, Rob Bourne and Bradley Featherstone all won for Killer Bees as they raced into a 6-0 lead.

The second six was shared out evenly, as Adam Knight and Rob Bourne won their second frames and debutant Dan Wharton chipped in with a frame. In response, Len Scott, Nick Clark and Jimmy Surguy all won for Shootpool Cutters to avoid the whitewash that looked likely at half time.

Weavers Warriors 9-3 Bucks Fizzers

Weavers Warriors went into a big 5-0 lead and never looked back in this match. Wins for John Burrows, Jack O'Brien, Wayne Turney, Michael Bailey and Lee Turney achieved that scoreline.

A Nigel Playford double win in back to back frames reduced the deficit to 5-2, before Michael Bailey's second frame of the night made it 6-2. Victoria Page made it 6-3, but Weavers Warriors won the rest as second wins for Wayne Turney and Lee Turney were followed up by captain Adrian Barrett winning the final frame for the 9-3 win.

Looking Ahead...

Next week sees league leaders Shootpool Ringers face in-form venue rivals Misfits. Second placed Wonky Weavers will be hoping for a close one in that game as they are hoping to close the gap when they host 7th placed Shootpool Cutters.

Elsewhere, 3rd placed The Feathers host 6th placed Weavers Warriors, 5th placed Killer Bees travel to face 8th placed The White Swan and the bottom two side face off as Bucks Fizzers host Cotton Wheel Kittens.

Fixtures Week 5

The White Swan vs Killer Bees (preview)

The Feathers vs Weavers Warriors (preview)

Bucks Fizzers vs Cotton Wheel Kittens (preview)

Misfits vs Shootpool Ringers (preview)

Wonky Weavers vs Shootpool Cutters (preview)

Table as it stands...

Entrants
P
W
D
L
F
A
+/-
Form
Pts

4
3
1
0
32
16
+16
32

4
3
0
1
31
17
+14
31

4
3
1
0
30
18
+12
30

4
3
0
1
28
20
+8
28

4
2
1
1
26
22
+4
26

4
1
1
2
25
23
+2
25

4
1
2
1
24
24
0
24

4
1
0
3
21
27
-6
21

4
0
0
4
15
33
-18
15

4
0
0
4
8
40
-32
8

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