MARK Newall amassed the highest break of the campaign to date when Mobberley A thrashed visiting Tatton in the Knutsford and District Amateur League’s top-flight.

His run of 49 was one of the highlights as the reigning champions racked up 504 points – only the ninth time a team has passed 500 in the competition’s history.

Mike Roylance contributed 112 of those in his frame success.

A battle for second spot continues to be hard-fought, and a 5-2 win for Brook Street A against Mobberley B sees them lead the chasing pack for now.

Shaw Heath edged out Alderley Union in the other game on Thursday.

Mobberley D closed to with a point of the second promotion place in Division Two following a whitewash of Mere C.

Front-runners Wilmslow Cons, victors at closest-rivals Mere B, extended their lead to 10 points.


Knutsford and District Amateur Snooker League

Week 14

Division One: Alderley Union 3-4 Shaw Heath; Brook St A 5-2 Mobberley B; Mobberley A 7-0 Tatton. No game: Mere A

Division Two: Brook St B 0-7 Mobberley C; Mere B 1-6 Wilmslow Cons; Mobberley D 7-0 Mere C. No game: Wilmslow RBL