THE Prince B kept hold of top spot in the C League with an 8-3 win over the Buccaneer.
The threes went to the Prince with wins for Gavin Brown, Kris Morgan and Jason Evans plus Alex Hopson, Darran Scott and Kyle Buckley. The Bucc’ got off the mark with a pairs win for Joel Richards and Adam Hartshorn. Evans and Morgan then put the Prince 3-1 up with a 101 out from Morgan. Kyle David and Phil Poore put the Bucc’ one behind going into the singles. It was then Morgan and Hopson who put the Prince 5-2 up but Anthony Rees kept the Buccaneer in it. The Prince though were too strong and put the game to bed with wins for Scott, Buckley and Brown. In the fours, the Prince were on song again with a 2-1 win.
The Brogden move up to joint second with a 7-4 win over the Globe B. The first four legs were shared with a threes win for Colin Deakin, Phill Morgan and Matt Morgan and a pairs win for Deakin and Will Walker for the Brogden as well as a Globe threes win for Karl David, Kevin Jones and Gavin Davies plus a pairs win for Davies and Jones. Clayton Dodd and Ben Scott nudged the Brogden 3-2 up.
In the singles, Gavin Davies equalised for the Globe before Brogden wins for Deakin and Walker put them 5-3 up. Kevin Jones kept the Globe in it. However, wins for Phill Morgan and Clayton Dodd won the game for the Brogden. In the fours, the Brogden were dominant with a 3-0 win.
The Pier came from behind to win a last leg decider with a win over the Sandpiper. The Pipers went 2-0 up with threes wins for Chris Nicholas, Cameron Mainwaring and John Samuels followed by Ryan Aubrey, David Williams and Dylan McKay winning. Ralph James and Kyle James gained the Pier their first point but Samuels and Aubrey put the Pipers 3-1 up. Ron Jenkins and Shane Thomas made the score 3-2 to the Sandpiper going into the singles. Andrew Jones then levelled it at 3-3 before Cameron Mainwaring made it 4-3 to the Pipers. Ralph James again levelled for the Pier at 4-4 before John Samuel put the Sandpiper on the brink at 5-4. It was then wins for Ron Jenkins and Kyle James who took the game home to the Pier. In the fours, the Sandpiper got their revenge with a 2- 1 win.