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Lune are streets ahead of rivals; CUE SPORTS.

LUNE Street B were team of the week in the Cleveland Billiards and Snooker League, sponsored by Molson Coors after a 6-0 win over their A team.

Father and son Stu and Scott Tait did the damage at snooker, with dual frame wins, while Steve Binns billiards form increased after a poor start to the season. He beat Ron Bickerdike (-112) 257-234, with both players making breaks of 54.

Guisborough Quoit were also away winners, against local rivals Guisborough Cons. Paul Thompson won two frames of snooker for Quoit, while Mark Boyt made a 54 break at billiards.

Dave Robinson scored the Cons' only point.

Redcar Lakes ended Carlin How's great run of form, with a 4-2 away win. Despite breaks of 70, 46 and 44, Richard Beckham (-192) lost out at billiards to Gary Beckett (-83) 150-106. Dan Harris and Brian Norris won one frame each to ensure victory for the Lakes.

Redcar Unionists were also 4-2 winners, at home to Hartlepool Snooker Centre. Barry Chapman and Paul Reeve won one frame each at snooker, while Phil Hartley was a winner at billiards.

In the Junior Cue Sports League, sponsored by Blindcraft, last year's runner-up John Morrell turned up over an hour late for his opening match.

However he made a 51 break, and beat Harry Peart 3-0. Last season's Division One champion Aran Hetherington saw off Liam Crossling-Kelly 3-0, and Sean McAllister beat Mark Lancaster 3-0. Only two games have been played in Division One, and both involved Jay Buxton. He couldn't have asked for a better start to the season, with a 2-1 snooker win over Mitchel Hope, and a 100-85 win at billiards against Jackson Jowsey.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Aug 3, 2013
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