Ferals challenge first place Shooters

EIGHTBALL: All the results from round 21 of the Port Augusta Eightball Association season.
EIGHTBALL: All the results from round 21 of the Port Augusta Eightball Association season.

PABC Shooters 11 d Flinders Ferals 5

The leading team in the competition, Shooters played the seventh placed Ferals to produce the closest result in this round. After a poor start where they could only win one frame in the first two sets, Ferals managed to tie the remaining two sets to give them a far more respectable score line. Best players for Shooters were Jason Boyd who won his four frames, Mick Freeman with three from four and Rob Duke with two wins from three frames played. Ferals were best served by Neville Karger and Brodie Taylor, both of whom won two from three.

Central Bloods 12 d PABC Assassins 4

Bloods produced consecutive 12-4 score lines when they defeated the bottom placed Assassins. Despite tying the third set, Assassins were outplayed in the other sets by the fifth placed team, who had two undefeated players in Dale Khan and Brodie Tuip with four wins apiece, whilst Scott Mackinlay and Joseph Langford won two from four. Norm Smith was again best player for Assassins with two wins from his four attempts.

South Bulldogs 12 d Stirling North Progress Cougars 4

Bulldogs proved far too strong for an under strength Cougars who managed to tie the third set, but were outclassed in the other three sets. Dewayne Pieters was the star player for the night, unbeaten in his four frames. He was well supported by team-mates Cody Alchin and Andrew Reynolds who won three from four and Jason Nance with two wins from his four frames. Tyler Bavington was the standout player for Cougars, winning three of his team's score of four.

RSL Cannons 14 d Central Red 2

Cannons proved far too strong for the Red team, who suffered their second humiliating defeat in a row. Three players for Cannons, James Little, Brodie Grantham and Tim Martlew were unbeaten at the end of the night, with Dick Elliot winning the remaining two frames for his team. For the Red team, Dani Grantham and Deane Adams were the only players to take a frame from the winning team.

PABC Dynamite 14 d Travellers Rest Blue 2

In another lop-sided result, second placed Dynamite proved far too good for the Blue team who currently occupy ninth position on the table. All six players contributed to Dynamite's success with Bill Struensee and Ashley Bemmerl unbeaten with three wins apiece. Brenton Schulz and Dale Hockey came off the interchange bench to win their two frames, whilst Clay Weidenbach and Brendon Raymond won two of their three frames. For the Blue team, Terry McKenzie can hold his head high after winning the two frames for his team.