PLYMPTON Cons A are the new leaders of the Plymouth City Super League and the only side who can boast an unblemished record following their sixth successive victory.
They had a comfortable 10-1 win against St Levan but were dashed from taking maximum points when Hayley Brant emerged a 3-1 singles winner.
Second placed Maritime A returned from The Albemarle with a 9-2 victory, having had two good performances from Neil White (100x14) and Dave Matthews.
The former emerged a 3-2 winner in 18, 14 and 15 while Matthews won 3-1, securing his legs in 19, 17 and 17.
James Stoodley (100x12) caught the eye for the hosts and was their only singles success, winning 3-1 with his best games coming in 17 and 18.
Compton won for the first time when defeating The Clifton 7-4 and there was also a first victory of the season for Ker St Social Club who edged out Bluebird 6-5.
Kings Arms made a good recovery when hosting The Fawn and clinched the last three singles, which included a final game victory for Tony Sansom (100x11), to prevail by the odd game of 11.
The Staddy secured all but one of the 11 points that were on offer when they hosted Victoria while The Tradesmans lost their unbeaten record when falling to an 8-3 defeat at home to Porters.
The Barbican side move up into fourth spot on the back of that victory and had Mike Beard winning 3-0, aided by a leg in 14 and Lewis Dare (26.37) emerging a 3-0 winner in 18, 18 and 21.
Maritime C won 7-4 away at Plympton Cons B while Maritime B triumphed 8-3 when hosting Cherry Tree.
Mark Gilbery won his singles in three straight legs, the best being claimed in 15, while Phil Hoyle showed his finishing prowess by hitting checkouts of 114 and 116.
Third placed Octagon Social Club defeated Ships Tavern 9-2 and received good service from their leading marksman Dave Pethick (100x15).
They were also buoyed when having Alfie Ford (above) achieving the week’s top average of 126 while other notable outshots were achieved by: Lewis Dare (125), Steve Brocklesby (119), Neil Holder (112), Andy Pengelly (107), Terry Rundle (103), Mark Gilbery (102).