FINNEGAN'S from Barry Island continued their seemingly unstoppable run with another impressive win against O'Brien's.

The first two games saw a shaky start for home side Finnegan's, but Harry Asprou and Joseph Ashenhurst got them off the mark after Martyn Croke and John Wolfenden had given O'Briens an early lead. Both sides shared the doubles to make it 3-3, but Finnegan's soon took control winning the next four singles through Lewis Crole, Asprou , Ashenhurst and Captain Ian Doel. Adding the last two doubles matches to the tally gave Finnegan's an impressive 9-3 win, with Harry Asprou and Joseph Ashenhurst both winning four out of four games.

At The Castle, the Dark Lords claimed a 9-3 home win against The Borough Arms to go top of the table. The night started well for the Dark Lords with Wayne Hobson, Gavin Rowlands and Matthew Tobin helping to establish a 3-1 lead. Robert Larkin and Calum Perry shone for the Borough Arms as the doubles games finished one apiece, but the second set of singles was all about the Dark Lords with Hobson, Rowlands, Tobin and young Ralph Miners establishing an 8-2 lead. Despite sharing the last set of doubles, the Dark Lords came away with a convincing 9-3 win. Wayne Hobson and Gavin Rowlands both ended the night unbeaten.

The Wanderers welcomed The Pot Jacks to the Glenbrook, claiming an 8-4 overall win.

Rhodri Thomas got The Wanderers off the mark as they raced into a 4-0 lead, but he missed a glorious chance to make it five in the first doubles match allowing The Pot Jacks to get off the mark. The Wanderers regained their four game lead in the next frame however, before the second set of singles were shared two apiece. The second set of doubles saw Jeff Bartle produce an eight ball clearance, earning a huge cheer and applause from the packed Glenbrook. Nick Parry and Alan Evans would win the last doubles for The Pot Jacks to give a final score of Wanderers 8-4 Pot Jacks.

The Libs Rejects and The Ship fought out a thrilling 6-6 draw with Mike Roberts and Tom Ivins winning both of their singles matches for the Libs. The Ship captain Graham Avaient won two titanic singles battles against the Libs captain Alex Campbell, but it was Campbell who had the last laugh, potting the winning black in the sudden death shoot-out.

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