Nine Unbeaten For Cherry Tree A In Open League
Cherry Tree A won their derby match with stablemates Cherry Tree B by a score of 10-1 to go sixteen points clear at the top of the table.
The B side went 1-0 up before the league leaders found their usual form to secure all remaining legs.
Second placed Ker St C lost ground on top spot after surviving a 3-2 deficit to win 6-5 against Weston Mill Oak Villa A thanks in part to a maximum from Ralph Lancaster.
Third placed Weston Mill Oak Villa B also replicated the result of the Devonport side with a win in the last tie of the match against Mainstone with Carl Easterbrook the Oak Villa hero.
Graham Dalley took out a fine 110 finish for the Mainstone in a a double leg victory for the away side.
St Levans leapfrogged both the Lugger and Ker St B thanks to a 10-1 win at Pennycross with Nick Bryant notching a maximum in this contest.
The Keyham side also had Keith Carter finishing from 115 on an impressive night for his team.
The Lugger and Ker St B shared thirty-nine three figure scores in the Devonport derby that went the way of the home side by a scoreline of 7-4.
The Division B title race looks similarly done and dusted with the King Billy now twelve points clear thanks to a 9-2 win over bottom side Weston Mill Hotel.
Lee Doncaster chalked up a maximum in this one as his side made it nine wins from nine starts this season.
Second placed Railway lost further ground after being edging Ford by the odd leg in eleven with Danny Perryman notching a maximum.
Railway's George Mills completed a comeback from 5-3 down in a last leg decider to give the spoils to the home side.
That result allowed Falstaff to move up a place above Ford into third thanks to a win by the same scoreline over Shakespeare.
The Fortescue defeated Octagon 8-3 with Russell Hitchcock's 76 checkout only usurped by Andy Pengelly's 100 checkout for the Stonehouse side.
Prince Maurice edged their Ker St D opponents by 6-5 to put more daylight between them and the bottom four with their sixth win of the campaign.