THE joint leaders in the Cuestars South Wilts Snooker League have dropped just one frame apiece after the second week’s action at Salisbury Snooker Club.
Adam Guyatt (Salisbury) compiled a 45 break in the third frame of his 5-0 win against Ally Pollard (Alderholt, near Fordingbridge).
And Martin Hill (Durrington), who rejoined the league last season after a five-year break, accounted for Richard Arnold (Salisbury) 4-1 in a “scrappy match”
“I was pleased with four frames as it could have easily been a 3-2 result either way,” he said.
Elsewhere, James Bolton (Amesbury) leads the race for the highest placed under-21 player after picking up his first win of the season against Paul Burt (Britford).
Speaking after the 3-2 victory, the 19-year-old said: “It was a difficult match for both players as neither of us really got going.
“It was just a few key balls that were the difference.”
And defending champion John Hunter (Andover) saw off 14-year-old Callum McDonald (Bishopdown) 5-0.