Bedlington Station complete whitewash

The Blyth Valley Pool Association Super-league sponsored by Union Private Hire & Goschen Street Garage saw front runners Bedlington Station complete the first 12-0 whitewash of the season with a home win over Newsham Side Club to stay top of the table with 30 points.

In second place on 26 points are Blyth Sports C after a 10-2 home win over Cramlington Village. In a match f top quality pool, the highlight was an immense clearance from Richie Cook in the fourth frame, only for Gary Wilson to break and dish in the next frame and then complete another eight-ball clearance in the first game of the second set of singles. Not to be outdone Cramlington Village’s Johnny Wilson also stuck in an eight-ball clearance in his second singles.

Comrades Club A were the biggest movers this week, jumping eight places from bottom to seventh with a 12-0 win over the Sun Inn B.

Special mention went to the Sun team who despite having players absent through work commitments turned up with a team of four to ensure the match was played.

Sports Club A team got their first win of the season with a strong 9-3 result at Sun Inn A to move up four places to ninth. Star Players on the night with three wins apiece were Sports Geordie Reay and Lisa Wray and Sun’s own pocketing superstar and lucky charm Davey Bradford, who also completed a hat-trick of wins.

Another team that got their first win of the season were Annitsford Irish A with a 9-3 home victory over Seahorse B. The win moves Irish up three places to 11th. Star man on the night was Chris Gill with three wins from three games.

Percy Arms continue their winning streak after beating Annitsford Irish B 8-4 to move them up twp places into third. Moment of the match was from Ray Irving, who after producing a terrific clearance did an amazing miscue on the black.

In the final game of the week, Seahorse A team maintained their strong showing with a win against the Brockwell Seam 7-5 to keep them tied for third place with Percy.