Don Noble Bookmaker Louth Billiards & Snooker League
SEYMOUR & Castle are up to second place after their 6-6 draw with Kitchen Solutions. The away side struck first through Steve Squires, but the hosts were quickly level courtesy of another two frames from Simon Godfrey and from then on there were no further winners so it ended in deadlock.
Also sharing the spoils were the now third placed NT Shaw Citroen who finished 6-6 with Louth Travel Centre, Craig Dixon and Alan Fisher had the visitors in gear for a win, but Mark Parrinder and Pete Willoughby both replied for the home side and the points were shared.
Sibjon Builders took advantage of all the drawn matches with the leaders handing out a beating to Louth Building Supplies, Sid Mountain and Pete Mountain both won as the visitors move eight points clear at the top with this splendid 8-4 victory.
Don Noble Bookmaker whipped themselves into action to beat J Melton Painters 8-4, Bob Camfield, Brian Leese and John Bartup all had their opponents at odds as Martyn Taylor replied for the visiting fourth placed outfit.
Matt Archer and Pat O`Reilly looked to have put Harness & Cooper on the way to a win, but Dave Glover and Phil Marshall both hit back for the hosts Dales Poultry & Game leaving this encounter with a 6-6 scoreline.
The leading Naulls & Dales are now two points in front after their second successive 3-0 away win, Alf Crampin, Jack Westerby and Mark Parrinder with a 43 break all won to send the hosts M A Stephenson Autos to the bottom.
Up to second are Jack Westerby Driving School who beat Castaline 2-1, Sam Mountain put the visitors in front, but back came the hosts through both Ray Charlton and Bob Barnes to take the honours.
WA Jaines & Son beat ABC Riding Wear 2-1, Barry Andrews and Pat O`Reilly had the Truckers rolling for the full haul, but Terry Espin had other ideas as he saved the visitors from a whitewash.