It was an exciting week in the Nelson & District Semi Snooker League.
In Division One, Lamb A stay at the top after a close encounter with Briercliffe C and with a 3-1 lead to Lamb it was Mick Kruprinski who took the last frame from John Titherington to end the match 3-2 to Lamb.
Liberal let things slide at home to Old Band and could only muster two points to keep them in joint second place while Shaun Greenall had a break of 60 and James Waddington had a run of 42 for Lamb B who came away from Worsthorne with a 4-1 win and also tie in second spot.
Elsewhere Keith Ormerod Jnr had a break of 54 for Alexandra and ended up their only winner as Star C took the next four frames to put them in fourth place.
Paradise A were back on track and pulled off a 4-1 home win over Poultry B. Wayne Cotterill put in a run of 49 for St Andrews C and team mate Chris Catlow won the deciding frame as they managed a 3-2 away win over Dressers E.
In Division Two, White Lea Head slipped up and came away from St Andrews B with a 4-1 loss. They cling on to first place just ahead of Byerden B who secured their fifth 4-1 win in a row beating Old Band.
Byerden C drop to third position after a 3-2 loss at home to an in form Molly Rigby’s side while Carters made some progress with a 4-1 home win over Shorthomers A.
David St A came good and clinched a 4-1 home win over Dressers D and Shorthomers B had the advantage of winning two black ball deciders in their 3-2 home win over Liberal C.
In Division Three, Foulridge Social Club remain at the top by a solitary point after a 4-1 defeat at home to Lamb D for whom veteran Fred Edmondson had a 25 clearance on the colours.
Jason Bradley put in the highest break so far with a run of 67 for Molly Rigby’s A who ended up 3-2 winners away to Dressers C and puts them in second place while Star D are unchanged in third place with a 3-2 away win over N Poultry D.
Shorthomers D secured a 3-2 away win over Old Band C for whom Peter Dawson had runs of 26 and 22 and David St B managed a 3-2 away win over Shorthomers C, while Lamb C had a 3-2 home win over Dressers B.