Some issues settled this week but much remaining to be decided in the final two weeks of League action on the 15th and 22nd of April.
The Ox-fford sealed their third successive A League title with a 174 - 124 win over the Castle. Since the turn of the millennium only the Ox-fford or the Dolphin have won the A League, but this season has shown that the Principals are now a mighty force to be reckoned with after adding to their squad at the start of the season. The Ox-ffords / Dolphins and the Principals look set to contest the A League scenario for a while yet, unless you fancy the challenge...
The runner up spot is still up for grabs and any of the following three teams can still do it.
At the other end of the table, 2 from 3 of the Castle, New Castle and the Church House Bollington will go down to the B League. Tonight sees a "4 Pointer" between the Castle and the Church House with the winners surely staying up and the losers going down.
In the B League, congratulations to the British Flag and the Harrington Academicals, both playing in the A League next season and deservedly so. The Flag just need 1 more point to secure the B League title from a mathematical perspective.
At the bottom end, the Lamb Inn have it all to do and the Three Crowns and the Baths Hotel are the others under threat. The George & Dragon continue the most remarkable "game of two halves" ever seen with their 6th consecutive win after their 8 consecutive defeats at the start of the season.
In the C League, hats off to the Knot Inn, Champions and promoted to the B League at the very first time of asking - an excellent effort. Runner up spot is still anyone's guess with the Puss Artists and the revitalised Albion fighting tooth and nail, although the Sutton Church House and the Park Tavern can't be ruled out either.
Much more discussion will follow after tonight's results...