Corinthians defeated Hobnobs A. For the second week running Mike Wheatley was Hobnobs best player and again came agonizingly close to securing a win, this time falling short against Mark Marshall at 15-13 in the fifth.
Rolo produced a dominant performance to power past Scalby Old Boys. Matthew Rutt was the only of Scalby’s players to take a single end from Rolo’s trio of Sam Lowe, Martin Lowe and Moke Warburton.
Third place team Hackness A made short work of Nomads. Both James Hodgson and Ashley Hodgson won trebles for Hackness in an 8-2 win. Gary Connolly and Dave Oxley got consolation wins for nomads in defeats of Paul Needley.
Mavericks and Hackness B played out the closest Division One match of the week. The spoils went to Mavericks, helped by a treble for Ross Dransfield and a brace for Macaulay Youngson. Pete Kirk bagged a brace for Hackness.
Two of the top teams in Glazetech Division Two battled it out in Whitby as Endeavour were narrowly beaten by in-form side Trinity. Trinity’s unorthodox John Warburton was the player of the match with three wins. He was ably backed up by Piotr Ozon who won two singles and the doubles with Warburton. Endeavour’s number one Barry Davies took a brace for Endeavour.
Picadore B’s 9-1 defeat of Bingo Mcvitie equalled their biggest win of the season. Steve Atkinson and Karl Cousins both hit trebles. Johnny Csordas narrowly missed out in joining them after losing the final end in his match with Frazer Ives.
In Scarborough Flooring Division Three, top team Liberators Southside took on Desperatum. Jonathan Wanless turned out for Desperatum which meant that he would take on the only other unbeaten Division Three player - Nigel Escreet. Escreet won the match and saw off his two other opponents to take the player of the match in a 6-4 win. Wanless made no mistake in his other two matches and Liberators’ Steve Miller matched his brace.
Josh Pickin starred for Delphstone as they beat Eastfield Fusion 8-2. He had to work hard for his treble as both Richard Lear and Johannes Zegstroo took him all the way to the fifth end. Chris Wanless and Jan Sissens won two singles for Delphstone, while Eastfield’s two points came from Richard Lear.