Only five games took place in Week 17 of the Worksop Snooker League’s Division One but some high class snooker was on show.
League leaders Breakers S regained top spot after producing a 4-0 victory over Harworth B.
The winning quartet for Breakers were Tom Lee, followed by Kev Seaman who won the second with a 47 break, and then John Bell and Graham Cliffe (31 break) completed a very good evening to claim all four points.
The win sees Breakers S go three points clear at the top, however Notts Arena can close the gap by winning their game in hand against Stanley Street G.
Meanwhile Breakers X beat Stanley Street D 3-1 away from home with wins from Guy Dennis, who constructed a lovely 43 break, Craig Frost and David Wheat.
Elsewhere Welbeck A were held at home 2-2 against struggling side Anston WMC who have only won one game all season.
Results: Warsop Memorial 2-2 Welbeck B, Hodthorpe A 2-2 Breakers E, Warsop WMC (bye).
Notts Arena v Stanley Street G to be re-arranged.
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DIVISION Two is becoming very interesting in the race for promotion.
The top of the table clash and local derby between Stanley Street B and Stanley Street C ended in a 2-2 draw.
Meanwhile Rick Kimberley, Eric Allen, Lee Scott and Chris Hambrey of Tickhill B completed a brilliant 4-0 away victory over Dinnington A.
Fellow promotion chasers Bassetlaw C beat Breakers G 3-1 at home with the winning trio being Andy Anderson, Andrew Day and Chris Marsden
Stanley Street C, Bassetlaw C, Tickhill B and Stanley Street B are all tied at the top on 40 points.
Results elsewhere saw Notts Arena B gain only their third victory of the season, beating bottom club Longden Terrace 3-1.
Tom Bowns set the ball rolling, backed up with victories from Tom Exley and captain Steve Mallendar.
Trevor Harrison’s Worksop Bowling Club side beat Stanley Street A 3-1 thanks to Jason Goulding, Stephen Spencer and Bob Burridge.
Results: Clipstone SC 2-2 Langold Pkt C, Dinnington C 3-1 New Middle Club.