Luke Howard and Jez Swaby both hit form to give the home team a 7-5 win, but Tony Melin managed a couple of consolation frames for the visitors.
NT Shaw Citroen moved into second place after they won 7-5 against Louth Volks World.
Craig Gregory and Tom Garlick both claimed wins, only for Simon Overton to claim a couple of frames back in reply.
Kitchen Solutions beat Louth Travel Centre 9-3, with Chris Dalton, Paul Tunbridge and Rod Dodge all winning for the hosts.
In the other game of the week, Louth Building Supplies headed to Sibjon Builders cam returned 8-4 winners.
Kyle Johnson, Pete Beeton and Geoff Fawcett were all on form for the visitors, while Anthony Pridgeon pulled back two consolation frames for the hosts.
* In the Louth Billiards League, Moran Travel remained top despite falling to a 2-1 defeat against Naulls and Dales.
Sam Mountain and Phil Marshall came through for the visitors, but Ray Charlton managed a consolation frame for the hosts.
MA Stephensons Autos were the week’s other victors as they whitewashed ABC Riding Wear 3-0, with Chris Dixon, Lee Cook and Andre Fisher all chalking up wins.