CHRISTLETON B have picked up 26 points out of a possible 30 to move closer to the top of the Chester and District League's Olympic Sports Division.
A good 6-0 victory over Christleton A means they are now two points off second-placed Broughton Wings A and three behind leaders St Werburgh's United.
John Mooney came close against Joey Wynne but was beaten on the black ball, while Mike Craig was defeated by a fluked pink in favour of Barry Charker. Wayne Amey started his frame against Kirk Shone with a 64 break as the B team wrapped up a comfortable success.
Conservative A overcame United Services 5-1. Although Geoff Cadogan made a 45 break in his game against Eddie Jenkins, he was beaten on the black. Paul Lewis was the only winner for Services with a victory over Pat Fergus.
Steve Williams, Andy Duckers, Dave Higgins and Andy Short clinched it for Cons.
Bottom club CCO started well against Snooker Centre, winning the first two frames before falling to a 4-2 defeat.
Mark Lloyd beat Francis Oweti and John Cunningham had a good victory over Kevin Green, but then Mark Hughes, Jim Kolar, Dat Phang and Lawrence Gorman took over to see Snooker Centre home.
St Werburgh's enjoyed a 6-0 whitewash over St Theresa's. Alan Cheers ran Neil Cardus close, while Derek Jones was beaten 77-72 by Pete Chaliners.
Haz-Decs Division leaders Conservative B dropped three valuable points to Chester Bus in a 3-3 draw. Martin Peaker kept his unbeaten run going with a win over Cliff Webb, while Gordon Dugdale did likewise with another victory.
Broughton Wings B took over at the top after an emphatic 6-0 victory over St Saviour's A. The closest frame was Frank McMahon's black ball win over Steve Proctor.
In the Upton derby, Upton RBL C got the better of Upton RBL B 4-2. Upton C raced into a 4-0 lead with wins from John Griffiths, Mike Bedward, Steve Bright and Sean Growney. Alan Coombes and Doug Edwards made the score more respectable for the B side with successes over Alan Tomlinson and Andy Beavan respectively.
Liberal A kept their promotion hopes alive with a 4-2 win over their B team. Alan Dagnall's victory over Terry Willcock and Anthony Barnes' defeat of Peter Beswick put them 2-0 up. Dennis Morgan beat Steve Ankers to make it 2-1, but Tom Hughes and Tony Hughes hit back to make it 4-1 before Gareth Crebbin pulled one back by overcoming Phil Sullivan.
Conservative C were 4-2 winners at home to bottom club Waverton. Tom Donnelly, John Wells, John Morris and Kevin Harris scored for Cons, with Chris Connelly and Bill McClimmonds replying.