TATTON could not prevent Mobberley A from celebrating another historic achievement in the Knutsford and District Amateur League last week.

The holders triumphed in a one-sided Team Knockout Cup final at Alderley Union to become the first side to win a double in three successive seasons.

And they did so in style too, overturning a 100-point handicap deficit on the way to amassing a huge collective total of 456 points.

Brook Street A edged a step closer to finishing as runners-up in Division One after squeezing past closest-rivals Shaw Heath, who occupied the position last season, in their head-to-head.

A slender 4-3 win leaves the sides separated by eight points.

There were victories in the top-flight too for the champions and Tatton against relegated Mere A and Alderley Union respectively.

Josh Street scored 113 points in his frame success for Mobberley C when they beat Mere C in a Division Two encounter.

Meanwhile Mere B’s 6-1 win against Wilmslow RBL ensured they will occupy the second promotion place behind leaders Wilmslow Cons.

Mobberley D lost on aggregate at home to Brook Street B, for whom Chris Parker racked up 100.


Knutsford and District Amateur League

Week 26

Division One: Mere A 1-6 Mobberley A; Shaw Heath 3-4 Brook St A; Tatton 4-3 Alderley Union. No game: Mobberley B

Division Two: Mere C 2-5 Mobberley C; Mobberley D 3-4 Brook St B; Wilmslow RBL 1-6 Mere B. No game: Wilmslow Cons

Team Knockout Cup

Wednesday, March 13

Final (handicap in brackets): Mobberley A (scr) 456-311 Tatton (100) (at Alderley Union)