Mill View’s A team cruise to yet another huge victory

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Mill View A’s perfect start to the Danby Autos Sunderland Snooker Division Two season continued with another 5-0 win at home to Railway.

Keith Johnston, Kevin Alderson, John Burnell, Adam Burnell all secured fine victories in the singles.

In the pairs, a 33-break by Peter Davies, when paired with Keith Johnston, won the frame 69-5 to complete the whitewash.

Gurj Cheema got Cheemas off to an great start against Seaham Conservatives, before Robert Cougle, Gordon Elliott and Ian Hughes won the next three frames for Seaham.

In the pairs Anthony Longstaff and Cheema pulled one back to restrict the defeat to 3-2.

A 46-break by Martin Ball gave Lumley A the perfect start against Murton Colliery.

Gary Stockton edged to a narrow win in the second.

Steven Rushworth moved Lumley back into the lead before Jimmy Jackson won the fourth.

In the pairs, Paul Stoves and Ernie Bonsall beat Eddie Williamson and Steven Cook for the 4-1 win for Lumley.

Pennywell Comrades got off to a good start, taking the first two frames against Murton Officials, thanks to Joe Turner and Dean Taylor.

Colin Dobson started a comeback for Murton and Jimmy Ashcroft levelled the match in the next frame.

Murton completed the comeback as Colin Dobson and Manna Singh won the pairs for the 3-2 win.

Mill View B took the first frame away at The Victory, thanks to Norman Brown.

Darren Dowell levelled and Ray James moved The Victory into the lead.

John Butler secured the fourth frame before Lee Dixon and John Spruce won the pairsto reduce the defeat to 3-2.

In division one, Washington Snooker A travelled to Steels and got off to an excellent start with Stephen Thompson potting a 41 break.

Jay Dewar increased Washington’s lead, but Ray Charlton Junior pulled one back for Steels.

Gavin Dixon beat Ray Charlton Snr on the final black.

Stephen Thompson, when paired with Norman Leslie, helped win the pairs for the 4-1 win to Washington.

South Hylton came away with a 4-1 win when they played at Whitburn.

The match between Biddick A and Lumley B was expected to be close and the singles alternated into a 2-2 situation before Lumley took the pairs for the overall 3-2 result.

Washington Snooker B got off to a good start at home to Biddick B with Roful Hoque beating Michael Simpson.

Trevor Walton levelled the match, before Peter Mills moved Biddick into the lead.

Craig Bell increased the lead, but Bryan Jeffrey and Billy Bell won the pairs to reduce the defeat to 3-2.