Burton House finally lost their unbeaten record in the Boston and District Bowls League’s Two Wood Division One.
They were beaten 79-70 by Sleaford Road, but Burton House still managed to earn four of the 12 points.
Sleaford Road hold third place with their additional eight points.
Woodhall Town are in second place after a massive 109-46 win at home against Boston Bowls Club.
Top scorers in this match were P. Fox, D. Bradshaw and D. Brumby with a 36-5 victory.
Woodhall gained a maximum 12 points.
The other match saw Bicker earn maximum points against Kirton with an 82-61 success.
It is now eight out of eight for Wigtoft, who head the Two Wood Division Two by a 37-point margin.
This time it was second-placed West End A who were beaten by a respectable 77-71 score.
Wigtoft gained eight of the points.
West End did have the top triple with N. Gooode, N. Barnes and J. Atkin winning 32-9.
Third-placed Forbes Road were defeated at home against Frieston by 73-62, Jubilee Park were defeated at home against Swineshead by 71-66 and Swineshead gained eight of the 12 points.
In the Three Wood Division One, Sleaford Road continue to lead the way after beating West End 87-47 and gaining all 12 points.
The triple of J. Dawson, M. Jackson and R. Patchett top scored with a 30-10 win.
Burton House are firmly in second place after their win against Forbes Road by 88-39.
Burton House also earned all 12 available points.
Third-placed BBC also won their match, this time against Wigtoft by a margin of 83-64 and they won 10 of the 12 points.
Kirton and Castle are on joint points behind BBC after Kirton’s win against Castle by 84-50.
Top scorers were Kirton’s A. Limb, B. Lody and C. Gill, who scored 35-10.
Finally in this division, Sibsey just managed an away win at Goodfellowship by 63-59 and they gained eight points.
In Three Wood Division Two, West End continued with their winning ways with a very close result away at Sibsey B.
West End won by 67-63, but they also gained 10 of the 12 points.
Second-placed Freiston played Swineshead, but the result is not yet in.
Third-placed Woodhall Town A won away at Jubilee Park by 70-55 and gained 10 points.
In the Three Wood Nine-Player League, there was a very strange result whereby Kirton only managed 18 shots across all three triples against league leaders Friskney, who scored 93.
The triple of M. Thorold, D. Toone and M. Walton scored a massive 42-7 win.
Needless to say, Friskney gained maximum points.
Frieston a kept up the pressure in second place with a 52-44 win over Forbes Road by 52-44 and eight of the 10 points.
Goodfellowship are now in third position afer an away win at Burton House by 55-47.
Bicker are in fourth spot after beating Boston Park by 56-36 and, in turn, gaining 10 points.