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MAREHAM le Fen played well to win on all three at home to Sleaford Road A, taking the match 67-46 (8-0).
Friskney had a very good win on the Castle green with a 40-74 (0-8) finish.
Castle, at home to Sibsey Millers, were in complete control on two rinks but Keith Woods, Pete Clark and Tracey Hodgson put up a fight on the third to give a 68-35 (6-2) finish.
Friskney lost at home to Sleaford Road, 49-54 (2-6).
THREE good rink wins in the Freiston A versus West End A game saw two going the way of the home side to give them a 63-46 (6-2) result.
At Good Fellowship the home side won well on two to beat Wrangle B 60-46 (6-2).
West End A won at Sibsey 47-52 (2-6).
BBC I struggled at home to Kirton A, going downa 37-80 (0-8).
In a hard-fought game, a 15-24 rink win for S. Bakewell, L. Wills and S. Pratt took the aggregate for Heckington at Burton House, who won the other two to give a 49-51 (4-4) result.
Heckington continued their winning ways winning at home to BBC I, 53-45 (6-2).
BBC II did well at home to Burton House with a 72-45 (8-0) win.
PETER Turner and his rink won well for Woodhall Nymphs at home to Horncastle with a close win each on the other, two giving a 58-41 (6-2) finish.
Forbes Road B’s visit to Swineshead ended in a 46-58 (4-4) result.
A close win for Donington II on one rink at Wigtoft,, with substantial wins for the home side on the other two gave Wigtoft a 63-37) (6-2) finish.
Donington A struggled at home to Sleaford Road II, who won well on all three to take the game 33-58 (0-8).
Horncastle struggled at Sleaford Road, going down 71-37 (8-0).
Forbes Road lost by a surprising margin at home to Donington A, 37-48 (2-6).
Wigtoft had an off day in the woods at Woodhall Nymphs, going down 57-29 (8-0).
BOSTON Park are playing well this season and, winning well at home to Kirton B, they got a 59-31 (8-0) result.
The second game on the excellent Sibsey green saw the Traders just going down to Friskney B, 42-55 (2-6).
Kirton B came close on two rinks at home but Boston Park playing one short did well to end up with a 30-43 (0-8) result.
Gosberton won well on two rinks but drew at hom,e to Bicker 49-52 (4-4).