- The Agri-Nuts 374 Tim’s Booze Cruzers 371
- Tim’s Princes 353 The Jockeys 355
- Barley Knockons 392 Tiverton Riverside Club 302
- The Travellers 401 The Farmers 358
- Ashill Inn had a bye
- The Merriemeade 369 HCC2 381
- Padbrook Park 366 Tiverton Chiefs 360
68 – Terry White (Barley Knockons), 3 Spares;
- Tim’s Booze Cruzers just missed out on an epic comeback as they lost away at Agri-Nuts. Cruzers were on first and found themselves 25 behind after the first two legs. That was turned into a 2 pin lead after four and an 8 advantage on the fifth saw them 10 in front with one to play. Agri-Nuts held steady with a 65 rub, leaving Cruzers needing 56 for a win. It wasn’t to be though and Agri-Nuts took the game by 3.
- The Jockeys shook off having to play a man down as they beat Tim’s Princes by a couple of pins. Jockeys were leading by 7 after two legs and then 8 after four. With a further 10 gained on the fifth they were almost home and dry, but a poor last leg almost cost them the match as they held on to win by 2.
- Barley Knockons are now just a point behind leaders Tiverton Chiefs after their big 90 pin win at home to Tiverton Riverside Club. Knockons took all six rubs in a game Riverside Club will want to forget.
- The Travellers lost just one leg as they beat The Farmers by 43, extending their unbeaten run to 5 games. Travellers were 8 up after two legs and had the game sewn up as they stretched that to 37 after four, finishing by adding another 6 on the last two rubs. The win keeps Travellers in touch with the leaders, just 2 points behind in third place.
- Ashill Inn had a bye
- HCC2 were winners away at The Merriemeade by 12. It was a game of two halves as Merriemeade lost the first 3 legs to go 32 down. That spurred a revival as the home side took the remaining legs, but not by enough to claw back HCC2’s lead.
- Padbrook Park were very pleased with themselves after beating leaders Tiverton Chiefs at home. Padbrook edged into a 5 pin lead after two legs and extended that to 11 after four. Chiefs took the fifth by a single pin, but weren’t able to make up the difference on the last, giving Padbrook the win by 6.
- Tim’s Booze Cruzers 439 Tim’s Princes 467
- The Jockeys 356 Barley Knockons 435
- Tiverton Riverside Club 372 The Travellers 409
- The Farmers 429 Ashill Inn 401
- Tiverton Chiefs had a bye
- HCC2 388 The Agri-Nuts 336
- Padbrook Park 340 The Merriemeade 368
73 – Dan Clark (Tim’s Princes), 3 Spares; 68 – Marc Gubb (Tim’s Booze Cruzers), 3 Spares; 68 – Andy Hill (Barley Knockons), 3 Spares.
- Tim’s Princes maintain their excellent form, with victory away at Tim’s Booze Cruzers. The win means Princes have lost only one of their last 13 games. Cruzers took the first leg by a single pin, but after that it was all Princes, who took all the remaining legs for a win by 28.
- The Jockeys just weren’t at the races as away side Barley Knockons won by 79 pins. Jockeys took just one leg during the evening, as Knockons steadily built a commanding lead. Legs of 88 and 85 at the end saw Knockons finish in style.
- The Travellers stay in touch with the leaders following a 37 pin away win at Tiverton Riverside Club. Travellers went 8 up after the first two rubs and stretched that to 21 after four. They finished with their two best legs of the night to take a comfortable win.
- The Farmers started brightly as they took on Ashill Inn at home. Farmers had an 85 and then an 88 leg to go 47 up after two. Ashill managed to pull 19 back over the next two and with another 15 advantage on the fifth, a remarkable comeback was a possibility. Farmers had the last word though as they won the final rub by 15 for a 28 pin win.
- Tiverton Chiefs had a bye
- HCC2 were ruthless in their home game against Agri-Nuts, winning by 52 pins. Agri-Nuts managed just one drawn leg, with all the rest going to HCC2.
- The Merriemeade leapfrog opponents Padbrook Park in the table with a 28 pin away win. Padbrook found themselves 29 down at the halfway point, but went on to take the fourth and fifth legs to reduce the deficit to 24. Merriemeade held firm though and took the last to confirm the win.
1. Barley Knockons 342, Tim’s Booze Cruzers 331;
2. The Travellers 420, The Jockeys 405;
3. Ashill Inn 375, Tiverton Riverside Club 377;
4. The Farmers had a bye;
5. Tim’s Princes 361, HCC2 333;
6. The Agri-Nuts 339, Padbrook Park 357;
7. The Merriemeade 383, Tiverton Chiefs 411;
High Scores; 65 – Tom Curtis (The Travellers, two spares);
- Barley Knockons good home form continues as they chalk up a win against Tim’s Booze Cruzers. The away side were 6 up after two rubs, but a 9 pin advantage on the third, followed by another 25 on the fourth saw Knockons take a 28 pin lead. Knockons then took the fifth by 2, before Cruzers reduced the deficit to 11 by taking the last.
- The Travellers made it 3 wins in a row with a 15 pin victory at home to The Jockeys. Travellers took the first leg by 6, but a 15 pin gain for Jockeys on the second put them on the back foot. Travellers clawed back 7 over the middle two rubs to be 6 down after four. A 14 gain on the fifth and another 10 on the last saw Travellers home.
- Tiverton Riverside Club finished their game against Ashill Inn in style to win the game by 2 pins. Ashill were on first and strolled into a 12 pin lead after two legs, stretching that to 17 after four. TRC pulled back 2 on the fifth, but saved their best leg until last with a 17 pin advantage to give them a dramatic win.
- The Farmers had a bye.
- Tim’s Princes had a big 28 pin win at home to an under-strength HCC2. Princes were on top from the start and although HCC2 took the third leg by 5, that was their only leg win of the night.
- Padbrook Park were winners away at The Agri-Nuts by 18 pins. Padbrook were 1 up after two legs, then 10 up after four. Another 19 pin gain for the away side on the fifth put the points in the bag, despite a late Agri-Nuts rally.
- There was no upset to the form book as Tiverton Chiefs won away at The Merriemeade. Chiefs were already 22 up after two legs and although Merriemeade improved as the night went on, Chiefs stayed in front and were eventual winners by 28.