Flitch keep their treble dream alive

HOLDERS Flitch Snooker A remain on course for a hat-trick of titles after the first-round skirmishing in the Ridley League Dominoes Cup. Mick Sweeting and Kevin Monk were the unbeaten heroes of their odd-game success at Bocking United Services Club on a

HOLDERS Flitch Snooker A remain on course for a hat-trick of titles after the first-round skirmishing in the Ridley League Dominoes Cup.

Mick Sweeting and Kevin Monk were the unbeaten heroes of their odd-game success at Bocking United Services Club on a night when four of the five ties resulted in away victories. Alan and Gail Tite won two out of three for Bocking, as did Kevin Hume and James Smith, but the holders had the edge.

Competition sponsors Hatfield Peverel Swan, trophy winners in 2003, made a good start to their campaign at Mill Green. In all, three pairs won two games: Richard Coppen/Ian Middleton and Colin French/Peter Livings (Swan), and Shane Kochan/Marion Wiley (Cricketers).

The only away losers were Flitch Snooker B, edged out by one point in the final round at Little Waltham; the other two matches were marginally more clear-cut, with Richard Wright and Laurence Godfrey unbeaten for the Vine in a 6-3 triumph at the Black Lion.


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