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Saints celebrating first clean sweep
4:10pm Wednesday 16th July 2014 in Sport
ST PAULS A capped a remarkable season in the Blackburn and Darwen and District Games Federation after sealing a first ever hat-trick of snooker honours.
The super Saints were crowned A League champions and then added the Team Knockout before completing a clean sweep of silverware by winning the end of season Champion of Champions crown as well.
While St Pauls A were the stand-out team, individuals honours went to Ricky Hardman of Ewood A while the Bellusci brothers, Alfonso and Elmo, won the pairs crown.
In the dominoes, Mill Hill D were crowned A League champions while Mill Hill D won the team knockout.
But fittingly, the last word went to St Pauls with the club’s A team taking the dominoes Champions of Champions crown.
Blackburn and Darwen and District Games Federation n Roll of honour Snooker A League - winners: St Pauls A; runners-up: Orchard A.
Snooker B League - winners: Audley; runners-up: St Pauls B Team Knockout - winners: St Pauls A; runners-up: Free Gardeners.
Losing semi finalists: Audley, Hollins Grove.
Individual - winner: Ricky Hardman (Ewood A); runner-up: Alfonso Bellusci (Hollins Grove).
Pairs - winners: Alfonso Bellusci/Elmo Bellusci (Hollins Grove); runners-up: Lee Whittle and Frank Jex (Audley).
Dominoes A League - winners: Mill Hill D; runners-up: Free Gardeners.
B League - winners: Orchard B; runners-up: Furthergate B.
Team knockout - winners: Mill Hill B; runners-up: Darwen Subs.
Losing semi finalists: Mill HIll D, St Pauls B Individual - winner: George Townsend (St Pauls); Ruth Hilton (Free Gardeners).
Pairs - winners: Ronnie Parkinson and Fred Green (Mill Hill); runners-up: George Townsend and P O’Keefe (St Pauls).
Most 3-0 wins - A League: Baz Holden (Orchard) Snooker highest break - A League: Andy Lancaster (69); B League: Frank Jex (75).
Champion of Champions: St Pauls A Dominoes Champion of Champions: Orchard B Sportsman of the year: J Carlin (St Pauls)