Harmonics out of tune

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Harmonics(Colin Thresher) failed to close the gap on Victory Fours division one table-toppers Pentones after blowing a lead to lose by one against Peelers (Charlie Bailey.

Defending champions Just That Yard (Adrian Ash) enjoyed a stunning 15-shot demolition of WWWBowls (Russel Gadd).

Punters (Iain Mackenzie) won seven ends on the trot to recover from a deficit of seven to beat Ice Creams (Dave Deacon) by 10.

Division two leaders Waverley College (Paul Lawrence) looked to be heading for a heavy defeat when they started badly against Albatross (Alex Marchant) but they won six ends on the trot, including a count of six, to win by eight shots.

Metros (Gary Snook) lost by five to the Mike Leeson-skipped Jayeffs and Moneyfields climbed two places with an 18-shot hammering of Naismith (Mike Shepherd).

In the Victory Triples, Post Office (Trevor Moore) and Captains Lot (Mike Goldring) climbed above the resting Em 'N' Em in the race for the Tuesday League trophy.

Moore's side enjoyed a five-shot win over Fiesta (Richard Harris) to go top, and Goldring's squad are second after strolling past Strollers (Roger Shergold) by eight shots.

Cardsharps (Mel Dunbar) won the final end to seal a one-shot victory over College Park (Clive Carter) and City (Geoff Matthews) moved off the bottom after scoring nine shots in the final fours end to win by three against Titans (Bill Bailey).

Griffs (John Rawlings) stepped up their chase for Wednesday League honours with a 13-shot victory over Gilberts (Eric Purchase).

Poachers (Bob Newell) returned to winning ways in style, taking the first seven ends in their 16-shot crushing of Tangiers (Peter Price).

Alex (George Newing) dropped down to third after losing by seven to Combine (Len Chubb), and Trevors Pals (Tony Ayling) remain bottom after a nine-shot defeat to The Royals (Les Wilkinson).

Wickers (Chic Tiller) have taken top spot in the Friday League as they enjoyed a 13-shot victory against Biggles (Mick Gonnella), and previous-leaders Waverley (Dave Wildman) suffered a 15-shot beating by Arthur Newland's Toromos.

New Team (Alan Sprake) conceded eight in the final four ends as they blew their chance of going top.

Instead, they lost by six to Metros (Ken Morgan), who were previously without a win.

Leaders Black Top Boys (Mike Leeson) drew with Draymen (Ted Coward) after losing five ends on the spin in the Tuesday Day League.

Postman Pats (John Urry) won the final five ends to turn a six-shot deficit into a three-shot win over against A. Yard Short (Bob Burns).