Success on four of the five rinks helped set up the 118-78 win with the best margin being the 35-10 victory by Margaret Leggett, Bernice Culham, Janet Norman and Sue Page.
Sylvia Stainton’s rink won 28-11, while Val Sherry’s rink won by six shots and there was a tight finish on Jean Holdsworth’s rink which edged a two-shot victory.
* The men’s over 60s team also came up with a 126-73 aggregate shots victory in their County League Division One match at home against Lincoln B.
They came close to getting maximum points, but the visitors managed a win on one rink by a shot.
The best result for Louth was the rink of John Welsh, Alan Watson, Malc Hewson and Tony Powell which powered to a 36-4 win.
Rob Lamb’s rink won by 11 shots, and Keith Kelly’s rink won by eight shots, while George Willoughby’s four hung on for a 21-18 win.
* At club level, newly-formed TriDents maintained their 100 per cent record in Division Two of the Evening Triples League.
They beat Travellers 23-13 and then saw off Stags 21-12, but couldn’t grab top spot from leaders Questors who have played two games more. Their latest outing brought a narrow 11-10 win over Spire.
* Canaries remained unbeaten in the Ladies Triples League, but were held 9-9 by Tyros, and the teams remain level on points at the top.
Rolling Scones moved up to third, a point behind, following a 19-11 win over Anglers, while Birdies lost the chance to become clear leaders when suffering their first defeat, 15-9, to Follies.
* In the Men’s Over 60s League, Seniors maintained their perfect start with two more victories.
They beat Wickers 21-11 and then won 18-10 against previously unbeaten Imps who also suffered a 18-12 defeat against Legends.