Waltham scraped a 11-10 win against Sturgeons as Castaways finished as runners-up despite being beaten 15-14 by Crackerbarrels.
The Watson/Blyth pairing won a catch-up game 17-9 against Brenda True and Tony Powell to clinch the pairs title.
It was perhaps just as well as they then lost their final game 17-13 to runners-up Rachael Stanley and Mike Norton who finished just one point behind.
In the second division, just two points separate the top three pairs where Bernice Culham and Horace Cope took a one-point lead when beating Mary Barker and George Snowball 19-14.
Second-placed Lorraine Evans and Malcolm Wade have finished their games, but can be pipped for the runners-up spot after Wendy and Vic White beat Jean Holdsworth and Andrew McMaster 13-10 to move within a point with one game to play.
* Fast Shippers now only top the Evening Fours on shots difference.
The Shippers didn’t have a game last week and second-placed APS took advantage by winning 19-5 against Chalkers who now appear to have blown their chance of a top-two finish.
* In the Ladies’ League, Canaries held off a late fightback from Birdies to win 15-11 and retain a three-point lead at the top.
Second-placed Follies secured what could be an important 16-9 victory over third-placed Tyros who slipped three points behind.
Anglers still have an outside chance of second spot after they beat Woodentops 18-8.
* Last weekend the club were represented in the county ladies’ fours quarter-finals at Spalding.
But despite an excellent effort after falling 13-4 behind, the team of Tina Reeson, Rachael Stanley, Chris Hanslip and Irene Bailey were beaten 20-17 by a strong home four of Ruby Hill, Chelsea Tomlin, Lauren Finbow and Danielle Wild.
This Saturday sees the county semi-finals at Stamford where Rachael Stanley teams up with Simon Reeson in the mixed pairs, while Allan Dent plays in the men’s over 60s singles.