Baize leave Lumley Green with envy
The two losers for Mill View had revenge as they twinned in the pairs to beat Monghan and Cowell to make it 2 2.
Although Hylton may be the bottom team, there is still time for them to move up the table and the 3 1 victory against Lumley B certainly helped their cause.
Mill View B and Railway have opened a gap in Group Two, although Biddick's result for this week has not been added.
Group Three is now led by Steels B, whose 3 1 win over Pennywell B took them one point ahead of their nearest challengers.
Hylton moved into a match winning 3 0 position as Mark Fox took the third.
Browne had the game won before Kevin McDermott played two brilliant snookers to come back into the game.
cost, as Ashcroft steadily pulled away to win 64 26 for Murton.
Midson and Singh completed the come back in winning the pairs 76 45 to force the 2 2 draw.
Chris Cowie got Steels on the move in the first, before a tight second went to Darren Browne.
Dave Burnikell took control to win the third on the pink. The pairs went to Steels when Ken Haley took the last four colours to win 70 45.
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The match between Seaham Cons and Mill View is usually close and Michael Monaghan put the Cons on the right track by winning the first frame against Adrian Daniel.
Graham Ablett had a 20 break in the first against Alec Hannan, leading to a 72 15 result, and Bob Boyce followed in the second with a 53 43 win against Richy Tiffin.
Gary Stockton put the Knack two up, but Alf Turner replied for the Comrades against George Dormand, before Stewart and Stockton won a tight pairs frame 52 40.
In the pairs, Bob Boyce had a 36 break, but suffered defeat as Brian Meuse and Andy Drinkwater won to gain a consolation for Lumley.
Gordon Elliot restored the lead with a 83 49 win over John Spruce.
Trevor Walton faced Robin Midson, and a 20 start was expected to give Midson the edge, but Walton soon pulled it back and went on to win 71 39.
Dean Wilson faced a difficult opponent in Paul Stoves, but when he compiled a 56 break without the use of one black ball, the result was predictable and put the Baize into an early lead.
The second frame followed for Biddick as Peter Mills beat Manna Singh 53 27.
Steels A dealt Murton Colliery's aspirations a blow when they won 3 1 away with Tom Ayre, and Lee Dixon winning their singles, and twinnedto win the pairs.
Given the fact that the Baize were penalised for missing a meeting, the four points took them back to the top of the table.
A black ball saw McDermott with the first chance that failed and an opening for Browne clinched the frame.
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Ian Hughes and Lee Dixon's frame went to the wire before Dixon levelled.
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