A PG1 victory by 98 shots to 81 against St Josephs seems impressive enough but, on this occasion, it was achieved with only one winning rink.

It was all due to Tom Evans, Captain Eddie Thorne, Mal Hope and Rod Hudson who achieved a remarkable win by 39 shots to 9.

Meanwhile, Follon, Lewis, Stevens and Carlisle were defeated 20/29. Matthews, Cucciniello, Turnball and Woodcock 16/17. Ellard, Palfrey, Rees and McLeod 23/26.

With a number of regulars absent because of first team call ups and unavailability, a much changed PG2 side travelled to Whitchurch Hospital.

Their appearance and performance were much affected by the absence of in-house team barber Mike “Scissors” Cucciniello and they went down to a 12 shot defeat. As often happens, it was Derek Davies, ably assisted by Brin Peregrine, Emrys Jones and Arty Woodcock who came away with a 22/18 victory.

Captain Simon Latham and his men took a commanding lead early on but then fell way behind and despite a late revival, they went down 20/25.Brenton, Ellis, Hardess and Coleman were always in the hunt in a very close game, eventually losing 16/19.

Finally, Thomas, Mathias, Daniel and Howells lost 14/22, not helped by a 6 shot loss on the 18th end.

The Wednesday Munro Cup team faced Barry Athletic which is always a tricky fixture but, on this occasion, came away with a victory by 73 shots to 68. Pride of place to Matthews, Peregrine, Cucciniello and Rees with a 20/14 win and to White, Thorne, Hales and Palfrey with an 18/16 win.

It was a 21 all draw for Davies, Lewis, Stevens and Carlisle when the last end saw a big shot turnaround go to the Barry team. Finally, for Follon, Johnson, Woodcock A. and Turnball, it was a loss by 14 shots to 17.