In division 3 County Officers F included talented Jonas Potyka and leapfrogged back to the top of the table over Tarporley Electric A following a comfortable 8 2 victory over bottom placed Officers G. Elsewhere Bob Salisbury and Charlotte Armor hit maximums as Saughall Institute defeated Groves E and moved into a challenging position , whilst Matty Gilmour was also unbeaten as he guided Barrow D to a hard fought draw with unbeaten Newton C. These five teams are locked together with a month of the season remaining.
Paul Curley was in tremendous form for Kelsall Cobras in division 2 but was unable to prevent leaders Officers C from recording a narrow 6 4 victory. Maz Goralski fought hard for Kelsall without reward. Elsewhere Gareth Hughes was also unbeaten but a weakened Barrow B team lost valuable ground losing 4 6 to improving Officers E .
Division 1 continues to throw up surprising results and this week both the teams in the relegation spots recorded 7 3 victories. Saughall Port took advantage of a Mike Moss injury to defeat a spirited Groves C trio with Glyn Jones showing his true form, and once again Jeff Sharples hit a hard won maximum as Newton C outpointed Groves B. John Allera led Barrow A to a draw with Saughall Deva and Mark Simpson was once again in top form as leaders Officers B closed on the title following an emphatic 8 2 success at Groves A.
In the Premier division Malcom McEvoy and son Daniel led Barrow to a fine 10 0 victory over a sporting and fighting Groves trio, and Pulford remain second following a 7 3 success over Officers A.
A consolation for the Officers G team who currently sit bottom of division 3 was a tremendous and well deserved 55 point quarter final victory over Barrow C in the handicap cup.