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Autumn 2010 Tournament
Steadman Strikes Again
Craig Steadman won his third succesive ECC Tournament beating Allan Taylor 5-1 in Sunday nights final. It was another solid performance from Craig rarely giving Allan in his first tournament a chance to show his potential. Craig finished the match and tournament on a high by making the tournament highest break of 130 in the final frame. In the semi-finals Allan had been in sparkling form winning a very tough match agains a very solid John Whitty 5-4. Allan took the match in the deciding frame with a typically rapidfire break of 103. Craig came through a very tough semi-final against the ultra-competitive John Welsh 5-2. Another successful tournament enjoyed by all who entered and some excellent snooker throughout.

Craig Steadman produced another solid performance to move into the Semi-Finals of the ECC Tournament beating Phil McCormick 4-1, Craig on course for a third consecutive tournament win. Craig will play John Welsh who demonstrated his strong determination in comfortably disposing of Michael Wild 4-0. The second semi-final will be contested between Allan Taylor and John Whitty who, after being 3-0 up scraped home 4-3 against an out-of-sorts Ian Brumby. Allan produced the display of the tournament blitzing Dean Sheridan 4-1 including a 111 break in less than 5 minutes. Dates for the Semi-Final’s and Final at the ECC are: Semi-Final Saturday 18th December 2:00pm Craig Steadman v John Welsh Saturday 8th January 6:00pm Allan Taylor v John Whitty Final Sunday 9th January 7:00pm
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After losing the first frame to Dean Sheridan, Kamran Ashraf reeled of 3 superb frames including the tournament highest break to of 124. But dean who lacks nothing in determination knuckled down to pull back to 3-3. An incredible black-ball finish ensued with white and black tight in the top left pocket and with each player touching up to the black a re-rack seemd to be the only way out until disastrously Kamran feathered the white giving a foul and the match to Dean. On the other table Michal Wild comfortably overcame a dispappointed Stephen Crutchley 4-1 with a break of 104 in the last frame. On the Sunday Ian Brumby easily disposed of an out-of-sorts Paul Dean 4-0, Ian playing his usual solid game. On the other table both Chris Norbury and Phil McCormick were well of their normal form and it was Phil who ground out a dour 4-2 win.