Results and Scores from Week 17 – 2020

A great display by Mevagissey D gives there survival chances a massive boost

Mevagissey D put on a great display at home to Bethel D taking all 5 frames to give there survival chances a massive boost Close wins for Ben Prynn and Rich Lakeman along with victories for
Rob Blamey James Tomlinson and Ian Latham means the Meva boys close to within a point of Bugle B with a game in hand

The Bugle boys suffered a 4 1 reverse at home to St Neot with Keith Moores win against Chris Perring there only bright spot leaving them with a desperate need of winning frames in there remaining 3 games

Leaders Bugle A were involved in a very tight contest at Bethel A as Geoff Hawken and Matt Green took 2 of the first 4 frames with Andrew Best and Ian Ball responding and it looked good for the home side as a break of 35 by Garry Stephens put him 21 points ahead of Gary Spencer but a fantastic clearance of 35 by Spencer won the frame and match

Barrie Mcintosh had breaks of 37 and 56 giving Treggy A a good start a Meva B and there were also wins for Jason Cocks and Ryan Bilson giving them the victory with Matt Rowe and Ben Rothwell replying

Treggy B got a good win at home to Pelynt as Stuart Giles Damian Rowe and Andrew Gooch won there frames to put them 3 up but the away team got the last 2 frames through Jason Hill and Dave Grose

In the Rees League leaders Bethel C had a good night beating Gorran 4 1 Roger Smithsons blackball win over Rob Bunney was cancelled out as Lee Mckinstry beat Leigh Rosevear also on the black but further wins for Ben Stunnel Howard Brett and Courtney Crockford saw the leaders extend there lead at the top

St Blazey took 4 frames at home to Meva C to stay in the promotion picture with Adrian Evans stopping the whitewash taking out Mark Cockayne

Caz Stephens beat Charles Mcmiram to get Treggy C there solitary point at Lerryn a result which moves the home side up to 5th in the table after victories for Matt Woodward Graham Hoskin John Hancock and Terry Middleton

Josh Bristow had the leagues highest break of 46 as he beat Graham Taylor of Treggy D with Jim Tamblyn also winning for Bethel B but Steve Knight Ryan Taylor and Kieron Clemes secured the win to keep the Treggy lads in second place

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