All to play for as league moves into final weeks

It’s still all to play for at the top of all three divisions of the Spalding and District Snooker League with just three weeks to go.
It’s closest in Division One, with Bourne SC A just four points ahead of second-placed Boundary A, who have a game in hand.
In Division Two, it’s Consti G who are at the top, with Holbeach E six points behind with an extra game to play.
And Division Three leaders Gosberton D are nine points clear of Whittlesey C, but they also have a game outstanding.
Bourne SC A beat Services C 4-2 to keep their place at the top, while Boundary A won 4-2 away at Services A.
Pyramid C moved up to third after they whitewashed Holbeach A 6-0.
Fifth-placed Donington C had a good home win, beating Consti E 5-1.
Neil Reynolds (O56) knocked in breaks of 33 and 25 in his win over Nic Savic (O49).
Sutton Bridge moved out of the drop zone thanks to a 5-1 victory at home to Bourne SC C.
Shane Balding (O56) got breaks of 26 and 24 in his final frame win against James Kingston (O28).
Holbeach C got off to a good start in their home match against Bourne SC B, with wins for Dan Ashton (O7) and Nick Edwards (R7) but Bourne hit back thanks to Gary Surridge (O7), Elliot Gaunt (O28) and Jason Bates (O77).
There were numerous breaks in the match including a 52, 37cl and 28 for Bates, a 40 from Gaunt, a 24 for Surridge and a 22 for Nick Cunnington (O14).
It’s as you were at the top of Division Two, with Consti G, Holbeach E, Consti H, Donington A and Consti B remaining in the top five spots.
Consti G beat clubmates Consti I 5-1 to hold onto first place.
Darren Woodberry (O42) got a 42 break in his win over Richard Geddes (R21), while brother Mark Woodberry (O56) knocked in a 28 in his victory over David Twelves (O7).
Holbeach E missed their chance to close the gap at the top losing 5-1 to Pyramid B.
Chris Back (O42) claimed breaks of 46 and a 22cl in the team’s only win of the night.
A 5-1 win in a rearranged game against Consti F the night before did help though.
Consti H held onto third place with a 5-1 win at home to Gosberton A.
Services E came away victorious following a clash with clubmates Services D.
The E team won 4-2 with frame wins for Paul Spicer (O7), Ian Smith (scr) and Russ Morse (R7).
In Division Three, Whittlesey C lost only their third match of the season, going down 4-2 away to Consti C.
John Walker (R21), Mick Peet (R28) and Mark Craig (R21) got the wins for Consti.
Top of the division Gosberton D had two matches last week, winning both and extending their lead at the top to nine points.
They beat Whittlesey A 4-2 in a rearranged match on Wednesday, followed by a 5-1 victory over Consti D on Thursday.
Brad Brinkman (O21) got a 26 break in that one.
Consti J are holding onto fourth place thanks to a 4-2 win over Gosberton B and Pyramid E have moved up to fifth after beating Donington D 5-1.
Consti A beat Whittlesey A 4-2 with wins for Paul Kent (R7), Chris Hall (R21) and Martyn Johnson (R21).
Division One: Pyramid C 6 Holbeach A 0; Holbeach C 2 Bourne SC B 4; Sutton Bridge 5 Bourne SC C 1; Donington C 5 Consti E 1; Bourne SC A 4 Services C 2; Services A 2 Boundary A 4.
Division Two: Consti G 5 Consti I 1; Consti H 5 Gosberton A 1; Holbeach E 1 Pyramid B 5; Consti H 5 Gosberton A 1; Services E 4 Services D 2; Holbeach B 2 Consti B 4; Services B 2 Donington A 4; Consti F 1 Holbeach E 5 (rearranged game).
Division Three: Boundary B 2 Whittlesey B 4; Gosberton D 5 Consti D 1; Consti J 4 Gosberton B 2; Consti C 4 Whittlesey C 2; Whittlesey A 2 Consti A 4; Pyramid E 5 Donington D 1; Whittlesey A 2 Gosberton D 4 (rearranged match).

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