Duo remain on top of Inverness Snooker Premier League
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Derek Mcglauglin and Adam Macleod remain locked at the top of the Inverness Snooker League Premier Division after four games.
Mcglauglin defeated Hugh Ross 4–2 while Macleod beat John McAleaney 4–2 resulting in both players on eight points and having the same frame difference of 12.
Alex Cooper is in third place, one point behind after he whitewashed Roy Muckart 6–0.
Stephen Hepburn also recorded a whitewash defeating Adam Ferguson 6–0.
In the Championship, Martin Logie remains top on frame difference after beating Gordon Ross 5–1.
David Sinclair is in second place after losing 4–2 to Ally Mooney.
Martin Cummings beat Kevin Lawless 4–2.
Alan McCormick and Stephen McCracken shared the points in a 3–3 draw.
In the First Division, John O’Hare is top of the table with a 100 per cent record on frame difference after he beat Barry Fraser 5–1.
James Macneil is in second place on frame difference after beating Craig Fraser 6–0.
Andrew Muir and Allan Coull drew 3–3 with Stuart Ghee and Dylan Watson also sharing the points in a 3–3 draw.
In the Second Division, James Macpherson beat Scott Sturrock 4–2 to stay top by a point.
Dale Campbell beat Craig McArthur 4–2 to remain one point behind in second place.
Adam Crawford beat Michael Macmillan 6–0 with Richard Farqurson and Sandy Boyd sharing the points in a 3–3 draw.