Shooters draw first blood

Division 1

Travellers Gunners 8 tied with RSL Cannons 8

Gunners were involved in their second tie of the season when they could not break a deadlock with Cannons, all four sets being tied at two wins apiece.

Standout players for Gunners were Anthony Grantham, who won three of his four frames, including an eightball potout, and Darren Strawbridge who also won three from four in his first appearance for his new team.

Best players for Cannons were James Little with three from four, including an eightball potout, Ian Long who won two of his four frames and Tim Martlew who won the only frame that he played.

PABC Shooters 10 d Central Bloods 6

Shooters were able to win the first and third sets by three frames to one to set up their victory over Bloods, with all four players contributing significantly to the team.

Ashley Bemmerl and Andrew Thorpe won three of their four frames, with Michael Grimes and Mick Freeman successful in two of their four matches.

Although Brodie Tuip won his four games, including an eightball potout, for Bloods, his team-mates were unable to win sufficient frames to mount a serious challenge to their opposition.

Dale Khan did win one of his frames for the night with an eightball potout however.

South Bulldogs 9 d RSL Dynamite 7

In a very tight match, Bulldogs were able to win the final set by three frames to one after scores were level after three sets.

It was an even team performance by the victors, with Andrew Reynolds successful in three of his four frames and Dewayne Pieters, Ashley Walters and Kurt Walters all winning two from four.

For the visiting Dynamite team, Rob Duke won three of his four frames and Brenton Schulz two from four to be the better players.

Division Two

EDP Lightning 9 d Travellers Rest Blue 7

Lightning set up their victory in the opening two sets, winning each by three frames to one.

Although the Blue team fought back to tie the third and win the final set, it was too little, too late.

Daniel Quigley was the star performer for the night with four wins in his four frames.

He was well supported by John White with three from four and Toby Quigley with two from three.

All six Blue players contributed to their score, with Trevor Toune successful in two of his three frames to be their best player.

Central Red 9 d PABC Assassins 7

In a very tight match that was tied at six frames apiece going into the final set, the Red team was able to prevail at three frames to one to claim victory.

Best players for the winners were Kelvyn Rigden and Deane Adams, each with three wins from their four frames, and Dani Grantham who won two from four.

Robert Grimes was the standout player for Assassins, winning his four frames.