Mumbai: Continuing with their rich vein of form, Dhvaj Haria of RRockets and Dhruv Sitwala of Ottomans grabbed all the attention as they both registered a couple of century breaks each during their 4th round league match of the 2nd Videocon-Billiards Premier League (BPL) here.
21-year-old Gujarat cueist Haria, showing exceptional touch, control and a hunger for big breaks, stitched together notable breaks of 107 and 68 (1st frame) and a composed 184 and 59 (4th frame), as he won both the frames against Amit Sapru.
However, his efforts were overshadowed by the current Asian Billiards Champion, Sitwala, who, with a run of 60, managed to win the second frame.
But, then he showed his class two well-constructed century breaks of 197, the highest of the competition, and 114 to win the deciding fifth frame, against Rajeev Sharma, which helped Ottomans secure a tight 3-2 win over Rrockets in the Billiards & Snooker Association of Maharashtra-organised tournament.
Earlier, Ottomans doubles team of Derek Sippy and V.Subramaniam (-90) prevailed over Subhash Agrawal and Raajeev Sharma (-90) in the third frame.
The fifth round of matches did not witness too much fire -works as Mumbai Stars maintained their super winning streak coasting to their fifth successive victory.
With ace Ashok Shandilya leading the charge Mumbai Stars defeated Rajdhani Ke Aryans in the 4thround and later humbled Adamo Potters winning by a comfortable 3-0 margin.
Stars are now sitting in pole position with 12 points, including 2 bonus points. Rrockets are in second position with 8 points from three wins.