Two good rink wins to one decided the Friskney versus Castle game in Division One of the Coningsby Bowls League.
The home side won 61-49 (6-2).
Forbes Road did well at home to West End, with two rinks close and the home side winning the third 26-10 to take the game 59-41 (6-2).
In Division Two, Woodhall Spartans - playing on the excellent Sibsey green - had some very good individual play, making the Strollers league position look correct with a 41-77 (0-8) success.
There was a good win for Good Fellowship at Wrangle, with rinks skipped by D. Allen and V. Moore winning well to give a 44-60 (2-6) finish.
Sibsey Millers appeared to struggle at Heckington, going down 64-44 (6-2) with only the rink of Keith Woods, veteran Ivor Brown and Phil Stubley putting up any real resistance.
BBC II have withdrawnfrom Division Three.
The division’s bottom clubs had a close game, but Sleaford II - at home to Swineshead - just took it 53-41 (6-2).
In Division Four, Friskney B played to their league position at Stickney, winning on two rinks to record a 52-67 (2-6) finish.
There was a closer finish than the rink scores suggested in the Forbes Road versus Freiston B game, with a 49-45 aggregate and a points score (6-2).
Woodhall Nymphs did well at home to Bicker with a 54-44 (6-2) scoreline.
In the Jubilee Cup’s second semi-final, there was a decisive rink win each to Good Fellowship at home to West End B.
However, the away side took the third by four shots to give a 46-53 result.
West End B will now play Friskney in the final on the Sibsey green.
The George Salmon Trophy saw the Kirton B rink of J. Marshall, J. Adcock and R. Booth play out a 28-10 result against Boston Park.
And with two close results it gave them a 58-49 win.
A close game at Horncastle saw visitors Woodhall C just win on two rinks, but lose 19-9 on the third to lose the game 43-41.