Clonlee 4-11 Ibrox
Dirty Dozen 5-10 Station Bar
Eight Ball Army 7-9 St Comgalls
Lorraine's Flyers 4-11 Q.Stix
Q.Stars 4-11 Five Plus One
Q.Tips 12-3 Blues

Its as you were at the top. Five Plus One showed no negative reaction to last weeks scare as they seen off a strong Q.Stars side by 11-4. Session scores for Bryan McWhirter's team were 4-1, 3-2 and 4-1 with veteran Bill McIlroy Sr winning the thirteenth frame to secure both points. Ibrox stay second after an untroubled 11-4 away win over Clonlee. The Rangers Club side came out of the traps at speed racing into a 4-0 lead and Neil Campbell secured both points in Frame 12 to keep up their title challenge. Q.Tips were also untroubled as they beat basement team Blues by 12-3. Hugo Manson's side won each session by 4-1 as they prepare for their upcoming Knockout Cup Semi Final against Lorraine's Flyers. Lorraine's themselves went down at home 11-4 to Alan Johnston's Q.Stix. Session scores for the victors were 4-1, 4-1 and 3-2  with Jim Gilchrist ensuring both points by winning the eleventh rack. Their was a much anticipated derby match in the Station between newcomers Dirty Dozen and Station Bar. Underdogs the Dozen fought hard and got themselves into a 5-4 lead but  a fantastic run of six on the trot ensured the two points went the way of Micky O'Boyle's team. Session scores for the winners were 3-2, 2-3 and 5-0. Last but not least the match between Eight Ball Army at home to St Comgalls went all the way to the Play Off Frame after it ended 8-7 to the visitors. And it was St Comgalls who came out on top to take both points with Dean McDonagh once again being the man of the moment. The win keeps St Comgalls title hopes alive as they now sit clear in third trailing the leaders by only four points.


Blues V Ibrox
Five Plus One V Clonlee
Q Stix V Eight Ball Army
Lorraines V Dirty Dozen
St Comgalls V Q Stars
Station Bar V Q Tips


In the McCLAY TROPHIES & ENGRAVING PLAYER OF THE YEAR race, it is still neck and neck between Johnny Nelson (Five Plus One) & Dean McDonagh (St Comgalls) both with 37 wins from 45 frames played. Thomas Fleming's (Eight Ball Army) fantastic season continues as he sits in joint third with Anthony McCorry (St Comgalls) on 28 points. With just six League games remaining it is sure to be an exciting run in on all fronts.