Against IBC, Strollers took Alan Everitt’s rink 17-15, having opened up a seven-shot lead, but lost the other 16-17 to IBC skip Steve Skelton in a contest where the advantage swung both ways and required 6 shots over the last three ends to win it.
Nomads beat Parthians taking Derek Smith’s rink 15-11 after leading throughout. Parthians with Pete Bedford took the other rink 14-13 after a purple patch of 11 shots scored between ends 9 and 13, but then had to withstand a final burst of 6 shots from the opponents over the final ends.
Elsewhere, there were 6-0 wins for Holland Fen, Invaders, Breakaways and Cosmos.
Division leaders Holland Fen beat Royal Mail 25-9 and, in a closer match, 20-12.
Second-placed Invaders beat Golfers convincingly on both rinks, 35-4 and 27-12.
Breakaways faced A40, two places higher in the table, winning 19-18 in a closely competitive game on one rink, and 20-11 by virtue of dominating the last 6 ends 13-2 on the other.
Hotspurs had their chances against Cosmos, one place above them, but eventually lost on both rinks, 20-11 and 17-10.
The four teams topping the Cammacks Second Division are separated by just three points after the latest round of matches.
Central are top having beaten Amateurs 6-0 with scores of 24-9 for Carol Nundy and 21-10 for Fred Epton.
Dynamics, in second, took four points off Vikings, Graham Wilkinson’s rink winning well, 31-8. John Millership for Vikings dominated the second half of the game on the other rink to win 25-11.
The Burtons beat The Desperados 4-2 to go into third spot, winning one rink 21-8. The other went to Desperados 15-14 in a tightly fought battle.
Woodpeckers posted their best result so far, beating Vectors 4-2, taking one rink convincingly 27-10. Vectors won the other 14-5.
Finally, Shipmates triumphed over Phantoms, 21-8 and 22-13.