THE top two teams in the Knutsford and District Snooker League both lost in week six of the season, allowing the chasing pack to close in.

It leaves the top of the table looking very tight.

Mobberley C narrowly lost 4-3 to their B team but still move to the top of the table following Mere A's 6-1 defeat to Morley Green.

Mere A drop to second place and Morley are now up into third.

Shaw Heath are fourth in the table after a brilliant 7-0 victory over Tatton C, with the 2021/22 champions sitting three points behind the leaders but with a game in hand.

Current champions Tatton A remain in contention in fifth following their 5-2 victory over Heald Green, with Pete Blain scoring 114 points and having a 34 break in his frame.

Wilmslow Cons A won their derby match against the B team 5-2, despite a 115 points from the B team's Dave Wilkinson.

The A team move up to seventh but have a game in hand on the majority of teams above them.

Tatton B defeated Mobberley A 5-2, despite a ton plus score and 34 break from Mobberley's Mark Newall in his frame.

Knutsford and District Snooker League results:

Heald Green 2 Tatton A 5, Mobberley B 4 Mobberley C 3, Morley Green 6 Mere A 1, Shaw Heath 7 Tatton C 0, Tatton B 5 Mobberley A 2, Wilmslow Cons B 2 Wilmslow Cons A 5.


ALDERLEY Edge Golf Club’s men played round one for the Simister Cup and Gary Johnstone won on a card play-off after finishing on 36 with Michael Davies. Steve Bell and Gary Buxton, 35, were in the mix.

A stableford for Edge’s women was close, with Wendy Harrison leading in with 33 from Janette Smith, 32, and Janet Foden, 31.

Stableford action at Styal had Neil Taylor top of division one with 40 from Simon Elms, 37.

In division two, David Blackburn led in with 37, one more than Dan Thomas.

A seniors two-from-three team stableford was won by the hot trio of A Ghost, M Waring and J Stokoe, 61, from D O’Neill, S Atherton and D Greenwood, 60.

A mixed betterball stableford at Styal had Mike Hinde and Sue Grange winning a close contest with 31, one more than P Hill and R Kogle-Henshall, Steve James and Judith Lacy and D Lamb and S Middleton.

A Sunday stableford at Styal had Mike Wild top of the shop with 27 from Matt Bailey, 26, and Luke Hargreaves, Paul Dawson, Kenny Mayoh and Simon Peers, all 25.