In Division One of the Two Wood Sections of the Boston and District Bowls League, Burton House kept their unbeaten record intact by securing an 84-55 home win against Bicker with victories in each of the four triples and gained maximum points.
Kirton are now in third place, having gained a home win against BBC by a margin of 95-73, with Copeland, Lody and Gill scoring 30.
In Division Two, the front runners are Wigtoft, who like Burton House in Division One, have an unbeaten record so far.
Wigtoft secured an away win at Forbes Road by 113-42 and gained all 12 available points.
Beal, Medcalf and West scored 34 and Pinder, Smith and Saunby scored 32.
Boston West End currently occupy second place following their home win against Swineshead 94-45, and also secured maximum points.
Kemp, Barnes and Aitken scored 30.
Frieston hold third place following an away win at Sibsey (76-66) and 10 of the available 12 points.
In the Three Wood sections, Division One has seen all but two of the clubs playing four times.
And all have won and lost - maybe this will mean a close competition this season?
In top position, Sleaford Road enjoyed the closest of wins away at Wigtoft (66-65).
Each team gained four points for their two wins each, but Sleaford Road gained the extra four points for the overall win.
Castle hold second place.
In third place, Sibsey beat Forbes Road 81-58 and they secured all 12 points.
Boston Bowls Club came out winners against West End B 78-54 and Kirton enjoyed a close win over Goodfellowship by 64-56, gaining eight of the 12 points.
In Division Two, Jubilee Park’s home win against Wrangle came by 88-61.
The Three Wood nine-player league is currently lead by Friskney, who won at Billinghay (61-46).
Friskney gained seven of the available 10 points, but it was only the over all score that made the difference as the triples won, lost and drew.
Burton House B are in second place after their fourth fixture of the season.
They enjoyed a home win against Boston Park by 59-42.
In third place are Goodfellowship, who won at Frieston B (66-39) and they secured all 10 points.
Stickney are in fourth place after their home win against Kirton (70-39) and they also gained all 10 points.
Bicker beat Forbes Road at home by 62-46.