CHRISTLETON B went out of the CD McAllister Trophy to St Theresa's in dramatic fashion.
The handicap gave St Theresa's an 83-point start but after the first two frames, the match seemed to be swinging Christleton's way.
With Barry Davies winning by 10 and Joey Wynne winning by 56, the deficit was only 17 points. Wayne Amey scored a 45 break to defeat Pat Cooney by 73 points and put Christleton just four behind. It was left to Barry Charker to try to win the match for Christleton against Anthony Garland.
But after building a 27-point lead, Garland tightened up his game and took the pink and black to give Theresa's a tremendous win.
Another drama erupted at Broughton Wings where the home side entertained a St Saviour's B, who were given a 33 point start. Alex Ferguson showed some of his old form, defeating Simon Moulton by 44 to increase the away team's advantage to 77. Gareth Allen then beat Alan Page by 77 to bring the match level.
Jason Taylor won to put Saviour's 56 clear before Russell Jones stole the lead for Wings, winning his match by 90 points. Pat Haycock finished the job off for Wings with a 72/20 win over Scott Wilkie.
United Services played Liberal B from the Haz-Decs Division and gave them a 98-point start. It came down to the final match with the gap down to 28, which Paul Lewis achieved easily by beating Tom Horne 84-29.
Two teams from the second division fought out a hard battle. St Saviour's A were at home to Broughton Wings B and Archie Lamb secured victory for Wings in the final frame, defeating Dave Lyth by 13 points to give them a 24-point victory.
Conservative B gave up 37 points to Upton RBL B but clawed it back slowly. Going into the last frame, Cons B were trailing by 11 points but John Dutton beat Roy Lavender by 62 points to put his team through.