Burton House continue to lead the way in the Two Wood Division One of the Boston and District Bowls Leagues and are now unbeaten in seven matches.
This week they beat West End B by 95-59 with the triple of K. Porter, C. Box and G. Porter top scoring with 34-12.
Second-placed Sleaford Road also won their match at home against Bicker by 98-56.
Sleaford road gained 11 of the 12 points.
Third-placed Woodhall Town made it a win for all three top clubs with their away defeat of Kirton by 78-59.
Woodhall also gained all 12 points available.
In the Two Wood Division Two, Wigtoft have now won all seven of their matches.
This week’s opponents were Jubillee Park who managed to score 44 against the 99 of the home team.
The highest score was from the triple of B. Beal, C. Medcalf and A. West, who scored 37-7.
The remainder of the league is fairly close with Boston West End in second place after their home win against Freiston by 88-76.
The other winners this week were Forbes Road, who won away at Sibsey by 94-51.
Top scorers in this match were D. Allenby, M. Gooderson and T. Ball, with a 33-10.
In the Three Wood sections the result between Sibsey and Sleaford Road is yet to be confirmed, meaning Sleaford Road just hang on to their lead at the top of Division One.
Burton House are close behind in second place, following their win at Wigtoft by 75-55.
Burton House also gained 10 of the 12 points.
Third-placed Castle drew 56-56 with Goodfellowship but won seven of the 12 points due to two wins, one draw and one loss.
Boston Bowls Club are in fourth place, despite a home defeat at the hands of Kirton A by 69-64.
The other winners this week were West End B who won at Forbes Road by a close 75-69.
West End gained nine of the 12 points available.
In the Three Wood Division Two, West End lead the way, following their win over Woodhall Town by a margin of 81-58.
Swineshead also managed a convincing win at home to Jubilee Park by 87-40.
Swineshead won all 12 points available.
In the Three Wood Nine-Player League, Friskney currently hold top position after their win against Forbes Road by 63-41.
Top scorers were T. Chesterman, B. Rice and C. Palmer, with their 34-11 result.
Goodfellowship are in second place after narrowly beating Boston Park by a margin of 52-47.
They gained eight of the 10 points available.
Frieston A are in third place even though they were defeated at Stickney by 60-44.
Stickney moved up the table to fourth place.
Bicker are in fifth spot afer with 73-38 win at home to Kirton, who currently sit in last place.
In the Shipstone Cup, Kirton defeated Frieston by 65-35 to line up a third Round tie against Stickney.
Other third round ties which are to be played by July 31 are Wigtoft versus Goodfellowship, West End versus Bicker or Forbes Road and Sleaford Road or Friskney versus Billinghay.