Woking B Could Be Going Four Gold…

Woking B Could Be Going Four Gold…

A Record Season for Woking B in the Byfleet League Division 1…

CHAMPIONS WOKING B are the second team since 2006 in Division 1 to have scooped the largest number of points in the Byfleet League – and top the century points barrier.

Woking B has topped the table with one game left by reaching the century barrier with 103 points.

With just one game to go, it is expected that the team winners will overthrow Woking C, who, in 2007/8, scooped the title with 104 points overall as Champions. Woking B can top that in their final game of the season.

That adds to their already illustrious achievements this season with Paul Bunyard’s 126 as a recorded League century in Division 1. He’s also made a 125.

On the Byfleet League site, it read: “Sean Harvey’s 2018 break of 111 was eclipsed by Woking ‘B’s PAUL BUNYARD after he recorded a magnificent 126 in his team 6-0 win over Woking ‘C’. PAUL already holds the Prems record break of 139 from 2011. Absent until this season since Covid, the league is delighted to see PAUL back playing and demonstrating his superb skills. Many congratulations PAUL.”


League Chairman KELVIN JONES told SnookerZone’s Chris Gaynor a while ago that the record for the largest margin in the Division was 22.

Woking B has smashed that record by 10 points with just one game to go.

They have one more chance of also breaking the record for the number of whitewashes in a season. The record is already equaled by them at 8, along with Woking A, who made the same in 2011/2012.

Jones said: “The record is 8 by Woking A in 2011/2012 season over 24 matches. This season runs over 21 matches so it would be an even bigger achievement if George’s team (George Heatley) beat it.

He added: “Ironically, Paul Bunyard was in the 2011 team and made the League’s highest break (Premier Division) of 139. I think they will better 8, but who knows?

There is one more game for them to potentially land a quadruple record.


Woking Snooker had a LIVE STREAM of the Premier Division with Woking D on show in the penultimate game of the season but lost 4 – 2 to Chertsey A.

There was a problem with the stream as 3/4 of the way through it kept pausing. Current World no 15 Jasmine Bolsover and the 900 star won her frame.

There was also a Woking Derby, where Woking A has the 900 star Ryan Mears, and Woking R drew 3 – 3.

Next week, there is the final week of matches with another Woking Derby as Woking A and D go head to head.



Chris Gaynor

Chris Gaynor is a writer with 10 years' experience writing for the web. He loves snooker, CSI and loves cycling off tiramisu!