Another Centrals' belting

Central Bloods 13 d PABC Shooters 3

Bloods have again given their opposition a lesson with a convincing victory over a disappointing Shooters team. Ben Thorpe won his four frames, whilst Brodie Tuip and Scott Mackinlay with three wins apiece were also undefeated for Bloods. Tim Allport also contributed with two from three. The only player for Shooters to register two wins from his four frames was Ashley Bemmerl to be his team's best player.

Travellers Rest Gunners 9 d RSL Cannons 7

Needing to win one of the final two frames to tie the match, Cannons were not able to accomplish this, with Gunners proving to be too good on the night. Once again, Anthony Grantham was a thorn in the side of the opposition, winning three of his four frames, including two eightball potouts among those victories. He was well supported by Bradley McKenzie, Dave Stirling and new recruit, Craig Young, who all won two of their four frames. James Little, with three, and Brodie Grantham and Tim Martlew with two from four respectively, were the best players for Cannons. Little and Martlew both produced eightball potouts.

RSL Dynamite 8 tied with South Bulldogs 8

This was a classic tie, where neither team was able to gain an advantage, with all four sets tied at 2 frames apiece. Andrew Reynolds won three of his four frames to be best for Bulldogs, whilst Clay Weidenbach also achieved this result to be best for Dynamite. Johnny Martin and Ashley Walters won two from four for Bulldogs, and Rob Genahl and Rob Duke also won two of their four frames for Dynamite.

Division Two

PABC Assassins 12 d Central Red 4

Assassins established themselves as the team to beat in this Division when they easily accounted for the second placed Red team. The consistent Robert Grimes won his four frames, with team-mates Norm Smith and Rebekah Grimes winning three frames each and Lachy Cox, two from four. Deane Adams with two from three and Kelvyn Rigden, two from four, were the only frame winners for the Red team.

EDP Lightning 9 d Travellers Rest Blue 7

Going into the final set, scores were tied at six each, but Lightning managed to win the opening three frames of that set to claim victory. Best players for the winners were John White with three from four, Drew Kirshner with two from three and Daniel Quigley, who came off the interchange bench to win his two frames. For the Blue team, Terry McKenzie was unbeaten in his three frames, whilst Christine White won the only frame that she played