It was status quo in the Sleaford and District Snooker League as the top four sides in the Barge and Bottle Division One all won in week 22.
Leaders Reel Deal C fought back from 2-0 down in their derby match at lowly Wanderers to emerge 3-2 winners in an entertainign match.
Mike Smithson scored breaks of 24 and 15 in the opening frame, while Neil Price made a run of 18 in frame two, and Simon Biggin earned best win of the week in the next frame.
Scores: Mike Smithson 56-27 Craig Sentance; Neil Price 59-31 Keith Southern; John Butler 24-78 Simon Biggin; Terry Wing 32-49 Jason Marriott; Mark Dewhurst 14-51 Sean Dudley.
Second-placed Electra B also won their derby match at Electra S 3-2.
Scores: Michael Smith 34-73 Chris Onley; Steve Lunney 24-51 Gavin Robson; Chris Gallimore 59-25 Pete Brankin; Tony McCauley 16-52 Wayne Brankin; Michael Scott 43-32 Anthony Wood.
A third derby match at the Legion saw fourth-placed Upholsterers defeat Foundations 4-1.
Scores: Ian Eynon 33-56 Adi Taylor; Kevin Shaw 34-60 Spike Rushby; Nick McCauley 64-12 Paul Terry; John Jenkins 39-63 Graham Watson; Paul Stephens 8-54 Andy Copeland.
Third-placed Electra A defeated visitors Legion A 4-1 in the final fixture of the week, with 112 points racked up in the second frame.
Scores: Ken Choularton 54-34 Colin Brown; Stefan Lawrence 79-33 Paul Banks; Steve Caithness 72-34 Kevin Spry; Joe Kerwin 12-48 David Brown; Alf Palumbo 44-27 Chris
* In the Sleafordian Coaches Division Two it was business as usual for the runaway leaders Legion P, producing yet another powerful performance to defeat visitors Solo B on Tour 5-0.
Scores: Andy Bainbridge 48-34 James Scott; Dan Wilbraham 46-19 Nick Kelly; Tom Collyer 41-18 Alan James; Martin Osbourne 54-40 Ryan Wright; Calum Churcher 50-21 Fred Ainsworth.
The top fixture of the week saw fourth-placed Heckington B defeat second-placed visitors Electra C 4-1, making the battle for second place a four-team affair.
Jack Thompson earned best win of the week in frame four.
Scores: Eddie Cullen 52-43 Roy Bennett; Philip Wootton 54-50 David Martin-Taylor; Mark Wallington 39-28 Brian Rudkin; Nick Needham 12-68 Jack Thompson; Maurice Barnatt 53-25 John Sharman.
Third-placed Desperados enjoyed a bright start, winning the first two frames, including one on a respotted black, but lowly Heat Is On fought back to win the last three frames and earn their third victory of the season.
Scores: Dave Corder 52-45 Conor Doherty; Paul Harris 54-34 Callum Brickwood; Liam Atkins 47-57 Lee Knights; Steve Gyles 17-60 Jack Moss; Neil Tubb 11-62 Kaz Hamasaed.
In the final fixture of the week, Reel B joined the battle for second place after recovering from 1-0 and 2-1 down to win 3-2 in their derby clash with Unpottables.
The opening frame saw 118 points scored.
Scores: Gary Nicholson 65-53 Trevor Kenyon; David Gash 31-38 Shane Chapman; Paddy Harland 52-24 Matt Clements; Ben Kerrison 39-57 Mark Dodd; Nino Vacca 17-70 Carl Dodd.