LAST Tuesday night Leeton Auto Gear took on the wounded Griffith side who suffered their first defeat of the year and were looking out for revenge which they did with a 8 to 1 flogging. Ross Trimbolie was promoted to the no.1 spot in the team and didn't let his team down winning by 18. Ian Oliver, one of the best in the comp, continued his winning ways giving his opponent a snooker lesson. Veteran Allan Flack won by 20. Bill Johnson gave his opponent no chance winning by 36 and their last single's victory came by Shaun Gras who slipped under radar and is playing very good snooker. Leeton Auto Gear's only victory came by the reliable Peter Clancy - although the side got a hiding things will get better and return to their winning ways.
Thursday night game the Bench Warmers played against Leeton Soldiers Club and it was the Bench Warmers who continued on last week's great win beating the Leeton side 6 to 3. Captain Craig Willis would be pleased with his team and his own form with a score you don't see very often - 87 to 3. Brett Collins had a great win beating a player who has been playing great snooker, 68 to 33. New recruit Noel Williams had another one-sided result winning by 34 and it was the doubles that gave them the victory, winning all three. Leeton started the night off well and Peter Day had a easy 62 to 16 win. Peter Tiffin gave his side their second victory playing well 69 to 35 and their last victory, which was the closest game all night, was won by eight from Colin Croft. Player of the week goes to Peter Clancy.