THE King William IV started well against Finnegan's only to throw away a solid lead as they were beaten 7-5 by the hosts.

After opening up a 4-1 lead thanks to good wins from Geoff Froud and Neil Tipple, the fight back started in the second doubles with Rudi Ferreira and Harry Asprou snatching a win from the jaws of defeat.

The second session of singles would see Kane Grindley, Harry and Rudi all win their matches in style, and the Islanders would then dominate the last doubles with fine performances from Ian Doel and Paul Mackenzie, giving Finnegan's an impressive 7-5 away win.

The Castle Dark Lords had an entertaining night at O'Brien's, leaving with an 11-1 victory.

The night started brightly for the Dark Lords with Matthew Tobin, Wayne Hobson and Gareth Foxall winning all their singles and doubles matches. O'Brien's' Jeff Morgan won their only frame with a spectacular clearance against Gavin Rowlands, but the Dark Lords now occupy second spot in the league thanks to strong performances from Ralph Miners and MVP Gareth Foxall.

The Libs Rejects, captained by Alex Campbell, fought out a thrilling 6-6 draw at the Borough Arms.

Libs player Mike Roberts was unfortunate to twice pot the black ball during the course of his games. The Borough captain Robert Larkin won three out of his four matches, to cap a man of the match performance. In the black ball sudden death shoot out all four nominated players potted their black at the first time of asking, but the bonus point would go to the Borough with their captain Robert Larkin taking the plaudits for potting the winning black.

Millwood Pot Jacks entertained the Witchill Wildcats this week, with the Wildcats emerging comfortable winners. The Wildcats furious potting was too much for Milwood, with the Pot Jacks' Gary Williams winning their only point. It was another strong team performance from Klee, Morris, Hill and Everest with Sian Kedward having a 100% record. The Witchill now move up to third in the table thanks to a convincing 11-1 away win.

Billy United remain unbeaten, coming away from The Ship as 9-3 victors.

They quickly took control of the match, racing into a 4-0 lead after the first set of singles with wins for the ever reliable Roberts brothers Gary and Ian, supported by Les Ashton and Mark Ingram.

The first doubles would see Farrugia/Ashton then make it 5-0, before Mike Dunn and Graham Aviaent finally got The Ship off the mark with a great win against the Roberts Brothers. The second set of singles saw Gary and Ian redeem themselves winning again, with Mark Ingram doing the double over county player Mike Dunn. Graham Avaient made the most of Farrugia's foul break to make the score 8-2, with the final doubles games shared.

The league are still looking for players of all capabilities to join the Thursday pool league, while they can be found on Facebook at The Vale of Glamorgan Pool League. The league would like to thank their sponsors Asprou Barbers on Park Crescent, R&M Mobile Valeting and Eze Drive driving school.