Round 21 of the Port Augusta Eightball Association failed to produce any close results, with all matches being decided with comprehensive victories in both Divisions.
Division 1 saw Travellers Rest Gunners defeat RSL Woftam 10-5.
Anthony Grantham again showed his class in this match, winning his three frames including one frame where he managed an 8ball potout.
Gunners set up their victory with a 4–1 opening set and won the next two sets by three frames to two.
Dave Allport won the two frames that he played, with Rhys Bavington winning two from three.
Woftam were best served by Darren Strawbridge with two wins from his three attempts.
PABC Shooters defeated Flinders Sharks 9-6.
Shooters were able to win each set by three frames to two in their win over the Sharks, with Brodie Tuip and Ian Long winning their three frames.
Long also produced an 8ball potout.
For the Sharks, Peter Greatbatch won two of his three frames, including an 8ball potout, whilst John Martin played one frame, winning it with an 8ball potout.
Flinders Dynamite defeated South Bulldogs 12-3.
Bulldogs were very disappointing in their capitulation against an impressive Dynamite outfit, where three players, Rob Duke, Rob Genahl & Clay Weidenbach scored the maximum three wins.
Brenton Schulz won two from two and three individual players won one frame each for the losing side.
Division 2 saw Flinders Ferals defeat Sky Tavern Honeyants 11-4.
Last season’s premiers showed that they are on track for another crack at highest honours with an n easy win against the other Division 2 trendsetters.
To say that the Honeyants were disappointing in this encounter would be an understatement.
All five players for Ferals represented their team with distinction, with Terry Forsyth winning his three frames and the other four players, Brett Irvine, Neville Karger, Bill Taylor & Timm Thompson winning two of their three frames.
Only two players managed to trouble the scorer for Honeyants, with Layton Paige & James Buzzacott each winning two from three.
Central Red defeated Commonwealth Assassins 9-6.
Although leading seven frames to three after the second set, Centrals were unable to put away an improving Assassins team who fought it out to the finish, winning the final set by three frames to two.
Best players for Centrals were Kelvyn Rigden with three from three, with Warren Grantham & Deane Adams each winning the two frames that they played.
Shawn Reid scored 2 from 3 for Assassins, with the other 4 players all winning 1 frame each.
Straight Outta Progress defeated Travellers Rest Blue and set up their victory with a four frames to one second set to lead 7–3 going into the final set that they also managed to win by three frames to two.
They had two dominant players in Will Tucker & Joseph Langford who won their three frames, with Jaak McKerlie winning two from three.
The Blue team were best served by Simon McNicol & Terry McKenzie, each with two wins from three attempts.