Bonner’s maximum sets up a narrow win for Foresters C

Crawley & Horsham League Premier Division champions Crawley Community A. From left: John Callcut, Barrie Gilbert, Paul Carter and Phil Richardson SUS-150604-124211002
Crawley & Horsham League Premier Division champions Crawley Community A. From left: John Callcut, Barrie Gilbert, Paul Carter and Phil Richardson SUS-150604-124211002

There were some mighty close matches in the opening week of the season in the Crawley & Horsham Premier League.

Garry Bonner gained a maximum for Foresters C beating Tony Catt, Michael Bridger and Graham Carter of Blades B.

New signing Evan Sharp won two for Foresters B against reigning champions Crawley Community A beating Phil Richardson and Barrie Gilbert.”

He was ably supported by Adam Daley with two good wins against Catt and Bridger 5-4 for Foresters.

Evergreen John Robinson started the season in excellent fashion for Crawley Sports.

Graham Beaney won against Steve Hoad and Joe Comper beat Chris Vincent 12-10 in the fifth. Graham Barnes won two for Horsham A. Another 5-4 to Sports.

All of Jan Collado’s matches went the distance with wins over Tim Surrey and Tom Pomej close in five. Kate Cheer beat Rory Scott in four.

New signing Evan Sharp won two for Foresters B against reigning champions Crawley Community A beating Phil Richardson and Barrie Gilbert.

Paul Carter won all three while Mark Collins and Dan Pound were unlucky to draw blanks.

Blades A gained a comfortable 9-0 victory over Horsham B with only Steve Pound extended to five by Nick Smith.

There were maximums for Callcut and Parsley.

Foresters A are red hot favourites for the title this season.

The Manchester City of the division gained a comfortable win over Foresters E. Wes Bush-Harris and Mark Scutts won three easily while new boy Lewis Mayhew won two only losing to comeback kid Mike Robinson.

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