Brewery Tap record big win over Pirates

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The Brewery Trap reeled off six frames in a row to defeat Mill Green Pirates 6-1 in the Industrial Electrical Services Sudbury and District Bar Billiards League.

After losing the first doubles, Brett Parker and Pat Parmenter helped put the hosts 3-1 ahead.

Del Atton, Pete Lillie and Charlie Sansum were also victorious to complete a comprehensive win.

Elsewhere the Cornard Five Bells won 4-3 at The Thatchers Arms in a close contest.

After going 2-0 up, the visitors were pegged back by Mitch Adams and Victoria Cook to level it at 2-2.

Five Bells restored their two-game lead to secure the points before Trevor Parrott won the last match.

Memphis Belles edged out Mauldons Adders 4-3 in another tight affair.

After going 2-0 down, Dan Ackland-Lang and Nathan Mitchell levelled the match, with Luke Coles-Watts putting the hosts in front.

Chris Cass sent the match to a decider before Max Berger overcame Sarah Watts to take the points.

Edwardstone Wild Horses won 4-3 against Bay Horse B to stay third in the table.

Chris Day and Chris Drake were both victorious to level after losing both of the doubles.

Bay Horse took the lead through Tom Arbon before Paul Rose sent the match to a decider. Marge Rose defeated Alice Kendall to secure the win for Wild Horses.

Bay Horse A came back from 2-1 down to defeat Stanningfield Red House 5-2.

After sharing the doubles Lee Harman put the visitors ahead with a 1350-1260 win.

Jason Lawrence, Alasdair Carnegie, Jeremy Fry and Steve Hale all were then all victorious for the hosts.

Leaders Saracens fought off a fightback from Hadleigh Eight Bells to win 4-3.

The doubles were shared before Ian Furlonger and Dick Cheshire put the hosts 3-1 up.

David Stiff and Graham Rolfe sent the match into an unlikely decider, which was won by Chip Millins of the Saracens against John Raine,