Cherry Top Of Tree
Cherry Tree A continued their relentless march to the Division A title but were made to work for their 6-5 victory over St Levans.
The Pennycross side went 3-0 up thanks to a spell which included a 113 checkout for Mel Sharpe as well as Marc Webber and Kev Doel maximums.
This seemed to spring the Keyham side into life as they reeled off five out of the next six to put themselves on the brink of victory.
Keith Carter was the star man for St Levans with a maximum and a 116 kill in his 2-0 singles win.
At 5-5 Dave Lee stepped up to maintain his side's undefeated start and with it a twelve point lead in the standings.
Ker St C moved up to second spot after an 8-3 victory over Mainstone.
The Devonport team's Joe Bell notched a 73 finish whilst Mike Trengenza's 81 for Mainstone was only beaten by Ty Carthy who finished a 92.
Jonathan Easterbrook's brace of maximums couldn't stop his Weston Mill Oak Villa B side falling to a 7-4 defeat to Ker St B.
The Lugger stay level with their Devonport rivals, Ker St B, on forty-seven after they matched their in a success over Pennycross.
Despite the team defeat, Des Dugdale produced a 96 checkout for the Pennycross in one of four they won.
The bottom two clashed with Cherry Tree B picking up their first win of the campaign in a 7-4 triumph.
Simon Toller finished from 85 and Matt Pearce notched a maximum for the beaten side who still sit three ahead of their rivals in the league.
Division B leaders King Billy made it eight from eight with a 9-2 win over bottom side Ker St D in which Bayleigh Webb ploughed in a maximum.
Railway will be disappointed to be one further back than previously in second after going 5-0 up before sharing the singles with Prince Maurice.
Mark Williams showed his finishing prowess with a fine 71 kill for the victors.
Falstaff defeated Octagon 8-3 but now share third with Ford who lost ground after a narrow win at Fortescue by 6-5.
There was a maximum from Jevon Rimmer whilst teammates Nick Wills and Del Bryce finished from 77 and 88 respectively.
However these efforts were superseded by a 97 from Lee Medway for the Mutley side.
Wills also went on to win the deciding tie of the match to give his Ford team the spoils.
Weston Mill climbed off the bottom of the standings despite losing 6-5 to Shakespeare.