League’s top three all record wins

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The top three teams in Boston Indoor Bowls Club’s Orchard Health Group Division One all picked up maximum points in the latest round of games.

They were each playing teams in the lower regions of the table. Eastenders defeated Patriachs 51-27, while Holland Fen were involved in a much closer game against bottom team IBC, winning 46-40.

Carlton Road rolled over Swineshead with a comprehensive 57-18 success.

Elsewhere, Punchbowlers possibly had the best result of the night when they forced a draw with high riding Jolly Farmers. For Punchbowlers, Terry Dawson, Michael Goodison and Jeff Skelton won 22-19, which matched Sue Hoyles reply of 16-19 for the Farmers.

Royal Mail went down heavily against A40, 17-49, and Invaders defeated Norprint, with Pete Hoyles John Spencer and Scott Whyers winning 22-11 and Sandra Tebbs Rebecca Clare and Ian Tebbs 27-8.

In T&B Containers Division Two, bottom markers Burtons beat Breakaways by one shot.

Second placed Red 5 are finding it hard going at the moment and could only pick up two points from their game with Boston Park.

The Golfers closed the gap to one point on Red 5 with maximum points against Central and The Feathers are flying high towards promotion with victory over Crowns.

Strollers at the top were evenly matched against Poachers at the half way stage of their game before raising the pace to run out winners 24-15.

Nomads were close to their first win of the season in Cammacks Division Three before going down 31-33 to Dynamics. Other scores in this division Autos lost to Highflyers 25-32; U3 beat Fairways; Sibsey and Vikings shared the rinks points but Vikings won overall 45-29 and league leaders Cosmos also shared the rinks with Shipmates but secured four points by winning on aggregate 32-27.