BLYTH Valley Pool Association new team Seaton Terrace recorded their first victory in Superleague with a 9-3 victory over Cramlington Village, with Terrace’s Gary Dennis recording a break and clearance.
The Percy Arms continued their unbeaten start with a 9-3 victory over Dudley & District WMC.
Newsham Side Club continued to turn their campaign around with a 10-2 win over Sun Inn B. The Side Club’s top players on the night were Max Joyce and Ronnie Smith, who won both their singles in each set and their scotch doubles game.
Comrades B beat Sun Inn A and leapfrog their A team into seventh place with a game in hand. David Bradford was Sun Inn’s man of the match.
League leaders Sports Club A remain top after a 9-3 win at Comrades A. Bob Foggett being Comrades’ star man with a clearance after a foul break. Special mention went to Comrades A captain Alan Bell for showing sportsmanship by calling a foul on himself.
The only other unbeaten team, Annitsford Irish, edged the Joiners Arms 7-5.
In the last game of the night, Bedlington Station and Seahorse B nearly went to sudden death, only for Station to take the match 7-5.
Star of the night for Station was Andy Robertson with a clearance after a dry break.
The game between the Brockwell Seam and Seahorse A was postponed and will be played at a later date.