Katie Wood's team was similarly Wood-less (same excuse!) so Karen Munro stepped up to skip her team. Andrew G managed to win and keep his defence of the trophy live into the last round of the competition next week, but Karen played the shot of the night, when she angled a shot into the four-foot to score an unlikely two and get herself onto the board.
Robin needed a result in the Wooden Galloway game (either a draw, or a Wood win) and he didn't get it. To be very fair, at 5-0 down to Bob Barr after four ends, his win did not look on the cards, but, in an unlikely turn-round, he ended up with a somewhat fortunate 6-5 win.
Finally, Andrew B scored a five in one end, but only managed a draw against Brian Fleming. I tipped them both as potential winners in this post, so never listen to me again is all I'm saying!
So, looking at the league table with one round to go, Jenny is guaranteed a trophy and is in pole position for the Lymphoy trophy itself. She plays Robin in the last round. Andrew G plays Andrew B in his last game. He needs a draw at the very least (if Jenny loses) to retain his trophy. A win puts the pressure on Jenny for her last game. John Steven plays Susan Kesley in his last game and has to win it to keep in contention for second place.
I have just checked something. If Robin, John and Katie win their games and if Andrew draws his game, then the top five teams will be on 10, 10, 9, 8 and 8 points. It's been a good league and no mistake.