POOL: Willis Spearheads the Charge for Glory
Byline: By DEREK BROWN
THE NUNEATON World Pool Singles League enters its final month with all four divisions still wide open.
In a highly-competitive season there are still 35 players chasing the 20 cash prizes and trophies on offer. Mono Paving Premier has been a good example of the competitiveness with five players vying for the title.
They include hot-potting postman Paul Willis, who currently leads the way by two points and recently beat Matt Cooke.
Karl Knight divides the pair in second with Steve Tedds fourth, however, a danger to the leading quartet is Lee Steptoe as he can overall them all if he wins his games in hand.
The relegation fight is also interesting with Scott Varden, Alun Jones and Andy Bassett all claiming two wins recently.
Subcon Laser & Cutting Division One is shaping up nicely, Paul Gosling setting the pace but Danny Evans and Sean Orr are snapping at his heels awaiting any slip ups.
Ben Swinnerton is poised in their slipstream and has played fewer matches which ensures he will have a say in the final placing. Two players are relegated yet any of six players could fill the last three remaining spots and they include two of the town's legends in Phil Sayer and Colin Richards.
GSD Construction Division Three looks to be in the hands of Rod Brown, especially as the only player who could have realistically challenged him, Sam Lewis, has had to withdraw. …