Clonlee 7-9 Q.Tips
Dirty Dozen 7-9 Blues
Five Plus One 10-5 St Comgalls
Ibrox 9-7 Q.Stars
Lorraine's 6-9 Eight Ball Army
Q.Stix 10-5 Station Bar

Feature match - We had a new team making their League debut tonight as Marty Kane's Dirty Dozen entertained Alex Irvine's Blues. And it certainly was an entertaining match which the visitors just won 9-7 courtesy of the Play Off Frame. Mark Wilson scored a fine hat trick for the Blues as did Marty Kane himself for the Dozen. Blues had raced into a 6-1 lead only for the hosts to come storming back to 7-8 forcing the 16th Rack. But up stepped Andy Mackey for the away side to pot the final black of the night and give his side their first points of the season. Session scores were 4-1, 2-3, 2-3, 1-0 in favour of the victors.
Five Plus One remain a point clear at the top after a solid 10-5 home win against St Comgalls. The hosts trailed 1-2 but it was to be the last time they were behind in the match, Ronan McCarthy securing both points in Frame 12. Session scores for Five Plus One were 3-2, 4-1 and 3-2.
Up in the Rangers Club another nail biting match unfolded as second placed Ibrox played Q.Stars. The hosts had no complaints after Tips raced into a 6-2 lead playing some great Pool but Ibrox kept plugging away and took the match into a Play Off Frame where Neil Campbell cleared up superbly from a dry break to secure both points for Robert Hawkins's team. Session scores for Ibrox were 1-4, 3-2, 4-1 and 1-0.
Hugo Manson's Q.Tips remain in third spot two points behind the leaders but they had to graft really hard away to an inspired Clonlee side. Tips had to win the last five racks including a Play Off Frame success by Tyler McConnell to scrape over the line against their second from bottom hosts. But a win is a win and next week they entertain Ibrox in what should be another classic, Tips having beaten the Rangers Club side twice already this term. Scores were 2-3, 2-3, 4-1 and 1-0.
Eight Ball Army stay very much in touch at the top after a hard fought 9-6 away win over Lorraine's Flyers in the Pigeon Club. The match was decided in Frame 14 when Thomas Fleming won to make it 9-5 as the Armys great season continues. Session scores for the visitors were 3-2, 4-1, 2-3.
Last but not least Alan Johnston's Q.Stix won by 10-5 at home to Station Bar. The hosts were never behind in the match and Craig Johnston took the honours of securing the points by winning Frame 14. Session scores on thed night were 4-1, 2-3 and 4-1.


Eight Ball Army V Blues
Five Plus One V Dirty Dozen
Q.Stars V Lorraine's Flyers
Q.Tips V Ibrox
St Comgalls V Q.Stix
Station Bar V Clonlee