Burton remain in top spot

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Burton House remain league leaders in the Boston and District Bowls League’s Two Wood Division One, after second-placed Woodhall Town failed to make up further ground with their away defeat at West End B by a very close 84-80.

BBC gained their first win of the season with a victory at home to Kirton by 80-55 and with it nine of the 12 points.

In the Two Wood Division Two, Wigtoft gained maximum points with a home win over Forbes Road by 97-64.

They also made it nine wins out of nine and must now be well on the way to winning the competition.

Swineshead are in second place, following their home win over West End A by a close 78-70 and the other result of the day saw Frieston hold fourth place with their win over Sibsey.

In Three Wood Division One, Sleaford Road were the first club to hit the 100-point mark.

On this occasion they enjoyed a home win over Goodfellowship by 67-47 and gained 10 points.

Burton House A are in second place following their away win at West End B by 68-51 and they gained 10 points.

Castle are in third place after their draw away at Wigtoft 62-62 and the clubs shared the points with six each.

Castle are followed in fourth place by BBC who were beaten by Forbes Road by 60-54.

Sibsey gained eight points following their win away at Kirton by 74-56.

In the Three Wood Division Two, West End A lead the way with 82 points following their 69-66 win over Swineshead.

West End gained nine points and Swineshead three.

Woodhall Town are in second place, and they had a home win ober Frieston by 82-54 and gained 10 of the 12 points in the process.

In the Three Wood Nine Player league, Friskney lead by a 12-point margin over Freiston A.

This week the top two teams met and it was Friskney who won all 10 points with a 79-28 win over second-placed Frieston A.

Goodfellowship are in third place, even though they were beaten at Stickney by 54-36.

Stickney gained eight of the 10 points.

Bicker sit in fourth place following a win over Burton House by 59-41 and Kirton and Boston Park drew their match 41-41, but Boston Park gained six points of the 10 available as they won on two of the three rinks.