Snooker: Bob Smith continues Over-50s domination
11:07am Tuesday 12th February 2013 in Sport
FULFORD’S Bob Smith made it four wins in seven years when he beat Bootham’s Lionel Barnes in the final of the York Conservative Clubs’ Brian Jeffrey Memorial Over-50s Snooker Trophy.
Smith (+18 handicap) fed on mistakes by Barnes (+12 handicap) to lead 38-21 and maintained his advantage as Barnes potted four reds but only one colour.
Barnes also failed to take a colour with the last red and fouled on the black to trail 62-33, before eventually conceding on the brown at 72-33.
In the first semi-final, Smith, pictured, had come from behind to beat Bootham’s Alf Appleby (+16 handicap) 63-60, while Barnes was also in arrears against Acomb’s Ken Taylor (+7 handicap) heading into the colours but responded to win 53-45.
The matches were refereed by Richard Lillie and Trevor Ventress, and the trophies were presented by Dougie Robinson for sponsors B Jeffrey Construction Ltd.
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