PIONEERS increased their lead at the top of the Carlsberg UK Crewe Open League darts Premier Division to four points with an 8-0 whitewash of Raven A.
Delamere and Hawk are now in joint second following 6-2 victories over respective opponents Rock-wood and Dishers.
Commercial dropped from second to fourth despite Mark Jodrill hitting a 13 darter - the best so far this season - while team-mates Lee Cole and Barry Cooper were on the mark with a 14-dart leg and a 180 and a 17-darter, respectively.
British Lion B hold on to top place in Division One despite a 5-3 away defeat at Amalgamated A, but the lead is now only two points from Aslef Leisure Club, who could only manage draws against Nantwich Road and Crown.
Fourth placed Belle Vue put themselves in contention with a 7-1 hammering of Bridge A.
In the clash between the top two in Division Two, British Lion A leapfrogged Hop Pole into top spot after beating them 5-3.
Kings Arms B's 8-0 whitewash of Nags Head B sees them move into third. They are now ahead of LMR A who won 5-3 against Flying Lady B.
The division's bottom team, Vine C, recorded their first win of the season - a 5-3 defeat of Coppenhall Leighton. Paul Hickton (Hop Pole) 19 darts, Dave Parry (Nags A) 20 darts and a 180 and Chris Watwood (George) 21 darts were the top marksmen in the division.
Division Three runaway leaders Cheshire Cheese increased their advantage to 14 points after inflicting a 6-2 victory on second placed Horseshoe despite a 17-dart game by Cliff Williams.
Sydney Arms, who were 6-2 winners at Raven B, are a distant third. Bottom side North Ward nearly threw away a 4-0 lead at Bridge C but Dave and Spike Evanson won a pairs game to record a 5-3 victory. However, the Ward are still in last place.
In Division Four frontrunners Cosey Club whitewashed basement team Old Oddfellows 8-0 giving them a seven-point lead over Cross Keys, who beat Grand Junction 6-2. The order at the top of Division Five is unchanged.
In dominoes, Premier Division leaders Pioneers lost 5-3 to visitors Raven A but hold on to top spot, where they are joined by Hawk - 8-0 winners over Dishers.
All the games in Division One finished 5-3, while LMR A are the new leaders of Division Two following a 6-2 success over Flying Lady B.
Division Three pacesetters Horseshoe still have an eight-point cushion despite suffering their first defeat of the season - 5-3 at Cheshire Cheese.
Bridge C dropped from second to fifth after visitors North Ward scored a 6-2 victory. Liberal A take over second place.
Queen's Park Golf Club are back on top of Division Four after thrashing Broughton Arms 7-1.
Second-placed Westend RAOB B beat Cumberland 6-2. Division Five leaders LMR B increased their lead to six points following a 6-2 victory at the Foresters.