Dunluce lead the way - just
Thursday, 8 December 2016
THE top of Division One is becoming very congested with four teams all within seven points of each other.
Dunluce maintain their lead but Loughanreagh are breathing down their necks, only one-and-a-half points behind.
The Marian is a further three points away with St. Colman's in fourth spot.
In Division Two Finvoy Presbyterian have six points to spare over their nearest rivals, Moneydig with 1st. Coleraine in third position.
Loughanreagh were away to 2nd. Kilrea and came home with five-and-a-half points.
David Paul got the home them off to a good start when he beat Ian Ross (Loughanreagh) 12 shots to seven.
Nigel Gamble (Loughanreagh) levelled the match with a nine shots win against Hugh Paul (Kilrea).
Alister Steele edged the visitors ahead with a fine win over Nicky McCaw (Kilrea) and in their game Ivan Smyth (KIlrea) and Alan Irwin (Loughanreagh) ended up nine shots each.
The Marian playing at home were too strong for a weakened Ballinrees side.
Jim Martin put the first point on the board for the Marian when he beat Andrew Kelly (Ballinrees).
It soon became two nil when Terrence McGarry beat Jonathan Kerr (Ballinrees)10 shots to six.
After the break William McCaw (Marian) was too strong for William Calvin (Ballinrees) and Brian McAlary made it a full house for the Marian with a two shot win over Victor Millen (Ballinrees). In a match brought forward Ballinrees beat Dunloy Presbyterian five-two.
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