Snooker: Trades Club cruise past Hawthorn| Bentley beat Intake

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Table-topping Trades Club thumped Hawthorn Social 3-0 during the latest week of the Doubles League, writes league secretary John Mitchell.

Hawthorn Social 0 Trades Club 3: Eric Fairham and John Mitchell 34 Dave Steer and Laurance Torn 47, Stuart France and Mick Loveday 22 Doug Crich and Brian Hoole 36, Rob Scott and Keith Collinson 20 Eric Bint and Alan Dykes 52.

Bentley Top Club 2 Intake Social 1: Malc Slack and Joe King 15 Alan Bacon and Alan Leedale 39, Jack Richardson and Ken Acornley 63 Roy Lee and Ron Clarke 44, Alf Hinsley and Dave Porter 59 Pete Hey and Tony Rothwell 29.

Hatfield Main 2 Bentley West End 1: Billy Whitehurst and Stuart Elland 51 John McWilliams and John Cooper 40, Toni Lanni and Brian Blaydon 43 John Cunningham and Willy Moore 68, Mally Robson and John Galbraith 57 Rob Savory and Dave Holland 30.

Catholic Club 1 Barnby Dun Social 2: Charlie Morgan and Bill Collinson 43 Baz Deakes and Henry Morris 46, John Parkinson and John Marr 25 Tommy Collins and Phil Spencer 58, Hughie Gurami and Chris McDonald 65 Pete Spencer and George Varley 38.

Rostholme Social 0 White Hart Askern 3: Tony Arthur and Dave North 24 Percy Humble and Tommy Booth 60, Richie Orton and Paul Mills 33 Maurice Ball and Stan Munday 57, Roy Buxton and Ken Rutley 38 Terry Green and Ian Humble 51.

Hyde Park Club 2 Askern Welfare 1: Cliff Cooke and John Orwin 52 Dennis Clayton and Derrick Honeybone 27, Malc Rushby and Rob Laver 22 Eric Law and Ade Kaye 56, Jimmy Wynne and Roy Hartill 71 Alan Watson and Nigel Moody 19.

Woodlands Rhinos 1 Woodlands Snooker 2: Paul Teague and Richard Fardell 79 Roy Booth and Ernie Wood 40, Bob Buxton and Wilf Coulter 28 Ray Adams and Derrick Betts 61, Paul Grace and Alan Tasker 40 Gordon Richardson and Albert Bingham 45.

Scawthorpe Social 2 Hyde Park Warriors 1: Pat McHale and Barry Deakin 55 Fran Crusack and Trevor Parker 35, Clive Bulbeck and John Pybus 53 Les and Jim Seymour 57, Clive Bulbeck and Phil Rushton 60 Dave Cooper and Jim Seymour 32.