Boston & District Bowls League
In the Two Wood sections, Division One saw Burton House moved to the top of the table with a 96-55 win over Sleaford Road.
They also claimed maximum points. The trio of Woods, Askey and Asplen secured a fine 32-10 result.
Woodhall Town are in second place and they secured an away win at Boston Bowls Club by a margin of 74-66, gaining 10 of the 12 available points.
In Division Two, Wigtoft emerged as the early front runners following a 98-53 win at home to Boston West End A.
The trio of Beal, Medcalf and West contributed a 35-8 win to ensure that Wigtoft secured 10 of the 12 points.
Forbes Road secured their first away win of the season at Freiston with a narrow 74-69 victory and secured eight points.
In the Three Wood Division One, Castle maintained their 100 per cent record and top spot by winning at Forbes Road with a margin of 80-47. The best triple of the match were Thompson, Pocklington and Avison, who won 26-8.
Sleaford Road are currently in second position but they were beaten by a narrow margin by visitors Kirton 64-61. Kirton gained eight points.
Currently laying third are Burton House, following their 81-62 win at home to Boston Bowls Club.
In the Three Wood Division Two, Boston West End fell to their first defeat of the season, 96-49 to their visitors from Woodhall Town A. The stars of the match were Woodhall’s Busby, Walsh and Trinder who had a very convincing win by a margin of 39-6. Also worth a mention were the triple of Sivster, Fox and Brumby, who scored a 35-7 win.
West End do, however, maintain their position at the top of the table.
The other match saw a very close encounter between Wrangle and Sibsey B. Sibsey came out winners by 68-63 and they collected 10 of the 12 points.
In the Three Wood nine-player league, Kirton were defeated by Burton House 51-40. Friskney currently hold top spot in this division, but there is a long way to go with just three weeks of the league season played.