Petherbridge Peppers Red Bit
Matt Petherbridge scored his first ever 180 in a league match as his Prince Maurice side made it seven wins from twelve with an 8-3 win over their Division B rivals in the Plymouth Open League.
This effort was the start of a run that saw the Eggbuckland side win five straight team legs before sharing the singles three a piece with the visitors from Mutley.
The divisional title race appears to be hotting up again after Railway took advantage of leaders King Billy's lack of activity with a 10-1 win away at Ker St D to take top spot by three points.
Weston Mill Hotel claimed their first win in eleven starts thanks to a 7-4 win over the Octagon that was aided by a maximum from Dave Hole.
Falstaff reinforced their position firmly in third with a solid 8-3 win at Ford after recovering from a first leg defeat to reel off four in a row and four singles games.
Meanwhile in Division A, Nick Bryant led the way in the scoring stakes with a maximum for the St Levans in their 9-2 win over Weston Mill Oak Villa A
This big win puts the Keyham based team firmly in the mix of a four way battle for the divisional runners-up spot.
Ker St C now occupy second place by just one point from St Levans after they defeated stablemates Ker St B 9-2 despite Helen Stone firing a maximum for the losing side.
Weston Mill Oak Villa B dropped from second to fourth after losing by the odd leg in eleven to The Lugger who in fifth are just five points off second in the standings.
Mainstone secured only their fourth win of the campaign with a 9-2 demolition of bottom side Cherry Tree B.
There was good performances from Mainstone's Dave Jones and Cherry Tree's Shane Roberts who between them scored almost half the tons scored in the entire match.
The relentless Cherry Tree made it twelve from twelve with a 9-2 win over Pennycross in which the now twenty-four point leaders won all but four legs on offer.