Hyacinth strengthened their grip on third spot in the Victory League Monday ladies’ fours division.
Joan Moase, Annie Biggs, Gloria Tardivel and June Roberts cruised to a 20-3 defeat of Lupins (Anna Walter).
Daisy (Kath Patrick) retained top spot with a 10-shot win over Zinnia (Wendy Wheeler).
Buttercups (Marion Wilcockson) beat Erica (Stella Parish) 16-7 and are just a point behind.
Pink Ladies (Wendy Bradley) beat Freesia (Phyll Watts) by six.
In the Tuesday ladies’ triples division, Ann Smith, Soo Jones and Liz Compton powered Magpies to a 21-6 triumph over league leaders Tarts (Rosemary Bailey).
Hustlers (Babs Rhymes) stopped Fillies (Trish Hampson) going top with a narrow 7-6 win.
Blackbirds (Annie Biggs) beat Blues (Pat Varney) by nine, while Geordies (Sue Jackson) defeated Robins (Sheila Wilson) 14-6.
Owls (Phyll Watts) took eight shots in the first three ends and held on to that lead to beat Jackdaws (Wendy Wheeler).
Liz Pescops, Colin Dixon, Min Wright and Trevor Moore bounced back to form in the Thursday mixed fours division.
The Emus shook off last week’s loss by beating Cheetahs (Cyril Alton) 23-6.
Pandas (Kath Patrick) are joint leaders with a nine-shot win over Horses (Ron Smith).
Badgers (Dave Deacon) beat Leopards (Marion Wilcockson) by one shot.
n Meon Valley suffered a 58-42 defeat at the hands of Banister Park Blue in pool A of the Palmerston Cup.
With Atherley Incorrigibles handing Hampshire Police a walkover in the other game, Meon’s was the only tie in the latest round of the competition.
Banister Park eased in front of the team from Bishop’s Waltham early on to lead 21-12 after six ends.
And while Meon pulled a few shots back over the next six ends they still trailed 41-28.
John Farley’s rink trailed their Banister Park rivals 13-4 after 10 ends.
They began to claw back the deficit, though. But dropping seven shots on the 16th end put paid to any hopes of a fightback as Pete Lebbern’s Banister team claimed a 22-10 win.
It was a similar story for Meon’s Phil Walker.
His rink were 18-2 behind before hitting form – but they could not prevent a 20-14 defeat to Rod Hicks & Co.
Adrian Booth did restore some pride, though.
His rink was always in front against the Banister crew led by Raj Kapur.
They led 7-6 after six ends, 13-10 at the 12 mark and held on to win 18-16.