Generally a high scoring week and lots of good scores on show in all 3 Leagues.
The Principals are currently top of the A League shop after a 177 - 155 win over the Dolphin in comfortably the highest scoring aggregate game of the night - Alan Levitt and Graham Bailey both top scoring with 45 each for the Principals. The Ox-fford just had enough legs to get by the Dolphin Dragons in a very close fought and entertaining game. The Church House Bollington tried to redefine the idea of a close game in beating the New Castle by 1 point to give themselves their first win of the season. Excellent scores all round in that game - Rick Davis and Shauna Barstow scoring each getting 36 for the Church House and New Castle respectively.
Just as tight in the B League where the Waters Green Wonderers won the top of the table clash with the British Flag by just 3 points, 146 - 143. Wendy Brown top scored for the Wonderers with 33 whilst Nick Peck scored a season's best 30. The Lamb Inn and the Harrington Academicals occupy third and fourth after another close game just edged by the Lamb. Paul Griffiths and Simon Rumsey for the Lamb along with Rob Parkin and Dave Partington from the Academicals all had season's best scores. The Baths Hotel and the Three Crowns were the winners of the other games.
The Knot Inn continue to head the C League after another very impressive win against the always tough to beat (and reigning Plate Champions) Puss Artists. The Knot's mighty score of 163 included another 42 form Brian "Mr Consistency" Bogie and 39 from Derek Goldstraw. The Albion stay second - and are still unbeaten - after a 133 - 106 win against the Waters Green Rams (another excellent 30 from Adum Carr for the Rams). The Chester Road Tavern just beat the Sutton Church House by 7 points whilst the Prince of Wales were more comfortable against the Park Tavern in winning 140 - 110 including 36 from Tim Hayes.