THE top two teams in the Monday Premier League remain six points apart after they were the only sides to win in double figures when both securing 10-1 victories.
Unbeaten leaders Maritime A won away at Brookside B while second placed Porters A also won on the road when visiting Ford Hotel.
Firkin Scholar emerged 9-2 winners away at Steam Packet B but Quinton Taylor impressed for the hosts when top scoring with 13 throws of a ton or more which included outshots of 116 and 126.
Prince Maurice B were unlucky not to pick up their second success of the campaign when they were edged out 6-5 by City Social while The Bluebird defeated Steam Packet A 8-3.
Indian Inn A overcame Prince Maurice A 7-4 with Mike Whatley (100x14) once again as their talisman and in winning his singles 3-1, inflicted a first defeat of the season on Glenn Halford.
MAXIMUM MAN: Andy Bates hit three 180s in Porters B's victory at Octagon, bringing his season's tally to 17 from 15 matches.
Shakespeare were 9-2 winners when hosting Indian B and received good service from Rich Coombs (29.47) who emerged a 3-0 winner in 16, 20 and 15.
Porters B returned from Octagon Social Club with a 7-4 victory and had Andy Bates taking out a 14-dart leg before going on to clinch his singles 3-1.
He also top scored with 14 ton plus throws which included three maximum scores to bring his season’s tally of 180s to 17 from 15 matches.
Brookside A won 7-4 on their visit to Maritime B and received good service from Keelan Kay (100x15).
The 15-yer-old won his singles 3-0, finishing a 15-dart leg with a kill of 118 and recorded the week’s highest checkout with a mark of 130.
Also on target were: Dan Jewell (124), Mike Whatley (120), Rich Coombes (118), Kieran Burns (118), Mike Connell (114), Teresa Brookshaw (101), Paul Palmer (100).