Leaders Civil and Plymouth both keep pressure on at top
PLYMOUTH & DISTRICT SATURDAY LEAGUE
CIVIL Service and New Plymouth remain level on points in Division One after Civil won 133-117 at North Down and New Plymouth beat Tamar 164-92.
For Civil, Mike Vinicombe led his rink of John Neale, Bill Durden and John Adams to a 52-23 win.
New Plymouth's Howard Dare, John Knibb, Dave Bray and skip Colin George top scored 46-21.
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Plymstock returned to winning ways, beating Beacon Down 138-88. Brian Adams and his rink of Paul Daley, K Loadman and Craig Douglas top scored.
Sir Francis Drake A were the other winners, beating Saltash 153-102. For Drake, Tony Foster and his rink Paul Martin, Tony Wilkins and Adrian Gale won 49-15.
In Division Two, City Bus have a four-point lead at the top after a 123-111 win at Yealmpton.
Roy Chaffe and Mal Griffin both led their rinks to 12-shot wins.
Mount Gold remain second after beating Torpoint 118-97.
Their top rink saw Ray Vant skip R Fowler, T Michael and J Hosking to a 36-13 success.
Ivybridge are level on points after winning 142-106 at Tothill.
All the Ivybridge rinks were up and David Crisp with Peter Bray, Dave Fourte and John Cann top scored 40-23.
Plympton lead a clutch of clubs on four points despite losing to Devonport Park. The 136-102 scoreline owed much to Colin Luxton and his rink of G Bray, S Mullis and J Seldon (38-23).
Peverell Park still lead Division Three after winning 152-91 at Lee Moor. For Peverell, D Johnson, T Tunney, P Bassett and skip S Pierce enjoyed a 42-16 success.
Stuart Road maintained their challenge by beating Oreston 135-93. G Trembath, D Bates, N Marks and B Hoggarth top scored 39-20.
City of Plymouth are third after beating Sir Francis Drake B 138-86. D Johns, B Lavers, D Riley and M Rennie led the way for City.
IN THE P&D Ladies league, Sir Francis Drake are early leaders of Division One with a three-point advantage over City Bus.
In Division Two, Bere Alston lead Oreston by five points.
Division One: Tamar v North Down, Sir Francis Drake A v Plymstock, Saltash v Beacon Down
Division Two: Mount Gold v Yealmpton, City Bus v Plympton, Torpoint v Devonport
Division Three: Oreston v City of Plymouth, Unity Park v Lee Moor