Pilling's Andy Davis had a successful evening despite his team losing to Hesketh Fleetwood 19-5. Andy won 5 and was involved in all of Pilling's wins. Elizabeth Andrew had a great birthday as she was the only player to win all 8 games.
Kingfisher A conceded the final set to their B team but still ran out winners by 20-4.
Alex Mackie and Adrian Greenwood both won 8 with Rebecca Dewhurst winning 2 games for the B.
Another A v B clash and another 20-4 victory as Lightning A easily defeated their B. Natalie Appleyard and Jenny Stothard the most successful players on the night as they won all 8. Nathan Bunting won 3 for the B.
Lids fought hard against Kirkham Charter A in a match that had some close scores. Kirkham led 9-3 after the levels which included a clean sweep from their men. The first 2 sets went to both teams before 2 split sets were followed by another set win by Kirkham who then led 15-7. In the final set Linda Settle and George Green from Lids won the first game on setting to secure only their second point of the season. They also won the last game to leave a final score 15-9 win for Kirkham. Ian Cartmell won 8 games whilst the returning Linda Settle won 6 games for Lids - 3 ladies and 3 mixed!
High fliers Stanley A overcame their B team 18-6 to take a firm grip on second spot. Reehan Khan was POTM for his 7 games whilst Kathy Howard was again the B's best player for winning 5 of her team's 6 games.
Hesketh Fleetwood B continue to sweep everyone aside with another emphatic win. They conceded just 1 mixed against Kirkham Charter B to maintain their average score for the season to over 21! Nicky Percy easily conceded the fewest points for POTM. Kirkham's solitary mixed was won by Carol Howarth and Harvey Slater.
Hesketh Fleetwood Levels A move closer to the top after a thumping 15-1 victory over Bloomfield. Eddie Choudhury and James Atherton won Bloomfield's only game 23-21 and narrowly lost the return game 25-23! Derek Hill and Phil Fyles won 8 each for the title favourites.
Although Hesketh Fleetwood Levels B beat bottom club Stanley 16-0, most of the games were competitive. They keep just ahead of their A team but have played 2 games more. By a small margin Kaz Ahmed had the best points difference to be best player on the night.