WONDERERS MARCH ON
Honiton Wonderers, despite a few close frames this week against Honiton WMC, continue to stride out in front and look strong favourites to take the league championship for yet another season. Making profit from the bonus points system is the only chance for the other teams spoil the party. Competition between the rest is very tight and is proving very interesting with teams changing places each week. For a full report go to Seaton & District Snooker League.

CHARD CASUALS TAME THE WONDERERS
Chard Casuals drew with the Wonderers with Ben Pike coming good, at last! For a full report go to Seaton & District Snooker League.

WEBSF STARS ‘THE BUSINESS’
Sam Baird (Halberton), Darren Bond (Tiverton) and Grant Cole from Plymouth flew the WEBSF flag in emphatic fashion at the latest Businessland tournament, Pontins. For further details go to Global Snooker

BULLEN’S HARD WORK PAYS DIVIDENS
Jay Bullen has been putting additional time on the practise table over the past few weeks and it’s starting to pay dividends. Not only did he win the final of the forth event of the WEBSF Exeter Bronze Waistcoat 2-1 against Will Blackmore. He posted the best break of the day, a fine 64, recently he also had a clearance in an Exeter League match and played and won for Exeter seniors as a last minute replacement in a Devon Inter League match. Tournament Director Mel Berry reported some great safety exchanges to compliment excellent potting throughout the day. For further details go to Exeter Bronze Waistcoat.

This tournament was open to all.

Thanks to GWRSA Social Club, Exeter and Baulkline Snooker who sponsored the event

This time 83% of the entry fees went as prize money!

PIKE ‘OUT-POTTED’ AGAIN
For the second time this season a rare 2-0 defeat was inflicted on Ben Pike, this time by Steve Potter. However, this was not enough to stop the Wonderers from another win. For a full report go to Seaton & District Snooker League.

GRINSTED SURGES AHEAD
Mitchell Grinsted sponsored by Pete Evans Roofing surged ahead in the overall Silver Waistcoat rankings after a third consecutive event win. For further details and report go to Silver Waistcoat. Also some great pictures on Deborah’s Photo Album.

This tournament is open to all those that was under 21 on the 31st December 2008.

Thanks to Baulkline Snooker and Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event

This time 92% of the entry fees went as prize money!

NEW REFEREES
Congratulations to Darren Hall and Steve Brookshaw who have recently both taken and passed Referee Grade III examination.

Anyone wishing to become a qualified referee contact the WEBSF.

GRINSTED’S ROOF TOP SUCCESS
Mitchell Grinsted wasted no time is justifying his new sponsorship Pete Evans Roofing by winning back to back Silver Waistcoat tournaments. For further details and report go to Silver Waistcoat. Also some great pictures on Deborah’s Photo Album.

This tournament is open to all those that was under 21 on the 31st December 2008.

Thanks to Baulkline Snooker and Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

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