KNUTSFORD and District Amateur Snooker League leaders Shaw Heath had their bye week but only saw their lead reduced by one point as nearest challengers Mobberley C succumbed to a 6-1 defeat to fourth-placed Morley Green.

Shaw Heath still lead by 11 points with seven games left to play.

Reigning champions Tatton A moved into third after a 5-2 defeat of Wilmslow Cons B.

Mere A won against Heald Green in a match where father and son Richard and Matthew Owen both scored more than 100 in their frames.

Mobberley A beat Mere B 5-2, with Bruce Tulley scoring 125 points to continue his fine form, while Ned Flinders also scored 106 points.

Mobberley's B team also won 5-2, their victory over Tatton C was helped by ton-plus scores from Hank Pasquill and Jeff Gorton.

Results: Mere B 2 Mobberley A 5, Mobberley B 5 Tatton C 2, Morley Green 6 Mobberley C 1, Tatton B 4 Wilmslow Cons A 3, Wilmslow Cons B 2 Tatton A 5.

Last week, Shaw Heath defeated Mobberley A 4-3, despite a 100+ frame and 33 break by Tulley.

Mobberley C's victory against Heald Green was aided by 121 points from Alex Chaplin.

Tatton A fell to a 5-2 defeat in a derby match against their B team with Taylor Trophy winner Steve Bond notching up a 38 break in his frame.

Wilmslow Cons beat Mere B 4-3, despite the best efforts of Allen Jackson who scored 100+ points.

Mere A were victorious over Wilmslow Cons, for whom Jason Robinson became the third player of the week to score over 100 points but ended up on the losing team.

Results: Mobberley C 4 Heald Green 3, Mere A 4 Wilmslow Cons B 3, Mobberley A 3 Shaw Heath 4, Morley Green 2 Mobberley B 5, Tatton A 2 Tatton B 5, Wilmslow Cons A 4 Mere B 3.