DARTS & DOMINOES: VINE A's whitewash of bottom-placed RAOB A takes them five points clear at the top of the Carlsberg-Tetley Crewe Open League Darts Premier Division.
Second-placed Polish A stayed one point ahead of Flying Lady A after respective draws against Pioneers and Commercial.
Top arrows came from Steve Butler (Commercial) and Pete Boughey (Pioneers), who hit 14-dart legs. Phil Stockton (Lady A) won with 15- and 16-darters and Tony Pogonowski (Polish A) hit a 16-darter and a 180.
Rob Bennett (LMR A), Ian Beecroft (South St) and Melvyn Roberts (Bridge C) hit respective 18-, 19- and 20-darters.
Delamere Arms are proving unstoppable leaders in Division One after cantering to a 7-1 win at Woodside, but second-placed Belle Vue reduced the gap with a whitewash of basement boys Bridge A.
Rob Arrowsmith (Delamere) hit a 17-darter and Bobby Louth (Polish C) won in 18 and 19 darts and hit a 101 checkout. Tony Myatt (Hawk), Joe Taylor (Kings A) and Rob Lee (Belle Vue) all registered 180s.
Hop Poke regained the leadership of Division Two with a 6-2 win at South St RNA as Rockwood were beaten 5-3 by visitors Nantwich Road Club.
Division Three table-toppers George won 7-1 at Coppenhall Leighton to increase their lead to 11 points while Sydney Arms B registered a 50-3 success over Lady B to take second spot.
The top two in Division Four clashed, with pacesetters Leisure Club moving 10 points clear after a 6-2 win at Broughton. The Monkey's 6-2 win over Crown helped them take second spot.
South St Snooker beat Raven 6-2 to regain the leadership of the dominoes Premier Division by one point from Polish A, who were held by Pioneers.
The top six in Division One all failed to win. Second-placed Kings A moved to within a single point of Belle Vue after a draw with Cosey Club.
The clash of the top two in the Second Division saw British Lion A move two points clear at the summit after a 5-3 defeat of Liberal A. Division Three leaders Nag's B fought back from 4-1 down to draw at LMR B and remain two points clear of Coppenhall Leighton.
The leading lights in Division Four, Shavington Club and Vine B, met in a village derby. Vine won 5-3 to trim Shavington's advantage to a single point.