BURY Snooker League C Section leaders Walshaw A beat Bury Bridge 6-2 to remain top of the pile.

The Bridge got off to a solid start taking the first two frames but Walshaw replied taking frames three and four, with Andrew Davis playing well to take frame four (70-41).

Frame five saw the performance of the week as Walshaw’s Matt Gilmore had breaks of 38 and 26 as he took the frame (105-20).

Comeback of the week belonged to St Mary’s B who were three frames down and 81 behind on aggregate to Tottington B.

St Mary’s Connor Collard started the comeback in the fourth, winning 67-26, but with work to do in the sixth frame, Ben Tyldesley took it 77-9 to record a 5-3 win and six wins from seven for St Mary’s.

Second hosted third as Central F played Salisbury C and the first three frames went Central’s way. Central’s Tony Galloway then took the fourth (88-44) but Salisbury took their first frame and an aggregate lead as Andy Davidson played really well to win 83-22.

Paul Heywood took the last for Central to hand them a 7-1 win and move them to within a point of Walshaw A.

Walshaw B were convincing winners against Huntley B after taking the first five frames to climb off the bottom, while Savanna’s hosted Seedfield BC and got off to a great start, taking the first frame when Andrew Greoriou won 85-25.

The match started to turn into Seedfield’s favour in frames four and five with Chris Morgan taking his frame 69-29.

Savanna took the last but lost the aggregate by just three points as Seedfield took the match 6-3 and move into the top three. Last year’s champions, Elton Lib D, started this season’s campaign slowly but look like they are now in top gear as they made it four wins in a row after beating Walmersley B 7-1.

Elton were going for the clean sweep taking the first five frames with Harry Boswell playing well to win 66-27.

Jed Ridgley took the last frame for Wamersley B (71-41) but the win leaves Elton D two points behind Tottington D who got back to winning ways after a couple of defeats as they beat Buchanan’s 5-3.

The Barlow brothers both compiled decent breaks for Tottington – Oliver (35) and Toby (27) – and it was Toby Barlow who had the standout frame, winning it 126-18. Mick Holleran produced the goods for Buchanan’s (81-37) but it was an aggregate win for Tottington D.

Central A moved into second, one point behind Tottington, after winning 8-1 against Fishpool.

Salisbury A hosted their B team with the A team needing points in their fight against relegation and the B team pushing for top-three honours.

The B team got off to a great start with Callum Tracey (66-29) and Douglas Fairburn (87-38) having fine wins in the first two frames.

Anthony Dolan took the third for the A team (82-21) to bring them back in it but going into the final frame the B team enjoyed a 60 aggregate lead.

Paul Ramlaul pulled off an unexpected triumph for the A team, winning the last frame 107-29 for a 5-3 victory.

Central E had the better of Huntley A in a tight match with three black-ball frames that saw them win 6-2.

In the B section, leaders Central D visited Elton Fold and took the first three frames. The Fold showed their battling qualities to take the last three frames and with Mark Turner taking frame five (88-36), it was enough to win the match 5-3.

Whitefield BC moved into second thanks to a 6-2 win against Stanley.

John Bowers barely missed a pot during his frame while Dean Higgins took his frame for Whitefield.

Elton Lib C went into the week in second spot but saw their promotion hopes take a knock as their A team rattled off the first five frames, with Ben Baker taking the second 86-49.

The C team took the last as a consolation but it was a resounding 7-1 win for the A team.

Central B won one match from their first six this season but are now the form team as they made it five wins in a row after beating St Mary’s A 7-1.

A fine clearance helped Liam Franklin take the first frame, while at the other end of the match Andy Eckersley had a 32 break in his frame win (82-48).

Central C are not far behind in the form stakes as they made it six wins from seven, beating Walmersley A 7-2 with Andy Bates compiling a break of 31 in his frame win.