ADAM BOBAT was in form again for metrose.com to keep their title hopes alive.
He made breaks of 58 and 42 as they recorded a 7-5 win over Mayfair Masters.
The victory keeps metrose.com in the hunt for Gosport & Fareham League glory.
Steve Spillett and Nick Beer were also in good form for the title hopefuls.
They are now eight points behind with four matches to play.
But in order to claim the silverware they will need 147 Legends to slip up.
Stubbington Hawks are guaranteed third place after demolishing HMS Collingwood 11-1.
Jordan Winbourne rolled in breaks of 50 and 33, while his dad Chris was also on top form.
He knocked in a 31 and 37, while Stubb’s Steve Street also notched a 41.
Stoke B scored heavily, rolling over Stubbington C 9-3 thanks to wins by brothers Roger and Pete May.
In division two, 147 Debut stretched their lead at the top to three points after beating club-rivals 147 Select 8-4.
Steve Winmill, Graeme Burns and Sam Yip all picked up two frames each.
LWMC Nomads look to be throwing away their chance of winning the division.
This week they could manage only a 6-6 draw at home to lowly Mayfair Mixups.
Bramstokerz chalked up the biggest win of the week, a 10-2 triumph over Mayfair Fools.
Dave Randall, Billy Stevenson, Ian Eggar and Nathan Farmer all won for the Stoke side.