Regulars Brian Fleming and Andrew Cargill were joined by Kerry Barr and Richie Anderson and found themselves pitted against Robin Copland, Betty Gibb and substitutes Graeme Maguire and Kirsty Barr. Some great shots from both teams and the Fleming team dropped their first point with a draw. That said, Brian has guaranteed himself silverware; whether it is the Lymphoy trophy itself or the Glenbrook Quaich will depend on his two remaining games against Shona Watt and his main challenger, John Steven.
Talking of John, he had a tousy tussle against Dave Munro, skipping in Shona Watt's absence. John ended up winning this one 6-4 and managed to win four ends to boot.
Andrew Galloway lost a tight one 4-5 to Jenny Barr and the Wood siblings managed to get eight ends in with Mike only winning three but scoring well in the ones he won! 8-5 the final score, but Katie scored five ends.
So. Let's look at the league table.
Good grief! As I said earlier, Brian is guaranteed silverware - congratulations to him, Andrew Cargill, Anne Anderson and Simon Kesley. John Steven is almost there as well if we are being brutally honest, though he is still, in theory, catchable - more of that later. Shona Watt, Katie Wood, Robin Copland and Jenny Barr are separated by three ends. Although Mike is also on four points, his twelve ends make life difficult for him.
Andrew Galloway, Lois Copland, Raymond Preston and Francis Kennedy. Three points: goosed! But astonishingly, they could still come third.