South Hylton surge to big win and continue 100% record

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There seems to be no stopping South Hylton A in the Danby Autos Sunderland Snooker League after their latest 5-0 win over Pennywell Comrades A.

Adam Smith, Graham Rutland, Norman Leslie and Gavin Dixon put Hylton in total control.

A 24 break by Leslie, when paired with Smith, helped win the pairs against Dean Taylor/Steven Smith 77-30 to complete the whitewash.

Tommy Gwyn got Glendale off to a good start at home to The Hetton before John Danby beat Paul Stoves.

Paul Nord pulled one back for Hetton, but Paul Atkinson won the fourth frame for Glendale.

In the pairs, Frank McParlin/Danby beat Paul Stoves/Nord 70-40 for the 4-1 win.

In the club battle between Biddick A and B, the B team had Paul Cobb winning the first frame and John Temple winning the second frame.

David Adamson pulled a leg back for the A team before Rod Turnbull levelled the match in the next frame.

In the pairs, Peter Mills/Philip Straughan won the B team the match when beating Adamson/Rod Turnbull 61-30 for the 3-2 win.

Seaham Conservatives A travelled to Pennywell Comrades B and got off to a good start thanks to Gary Stockton.

Les Pinder won a close second frame before Michael Monaghan potted well to win the third frame.

Ian McDermott pulled one back for Pennywell before Les Pinder/Stockton won the pairs frame, beating Joe Dunn/Chris Hallett 65-30 for the 4-1 win.

Jackson Mason got Murton Officials off to a great start against Boldon CA before John Smith levelled.

However, Stephen Cook moved Murton back into the lead.

Stephen Clementson potted well to beat John Cox, before teaming up with Cook to win the pairs, beating Derek White/Joe Cromby 69-60 for the 4-1 win.

Elsewhere, Steels beat South Hylton B 3-2 and The Victory also earned a narrow 3-2 success over Mill View.

Seaham Conservatives B welcomed Lumley and started well with Manna Singh winning a close first frame against Don Roberts.

Colin Dobson continued his good form to win the second frame against Sean Henderson.

Brian Meuse pulled one back for Lumley, before Justin Ebdy won the fourth frame.

In the pairs, Seaham’s Tony Grimes/Singh beat Henderson/Meuse 64-57 for an excellent 4-1 win.