THE PG1 side was resting on Saturday in the knowledge that they had slipped to 5th spot in their division.

The PG2 team however continue to rule the roost as they continued the good run of form by brushing near neighbours Windsor aside in an impressive 109-54 whitewash. All four rinks won to take the 14 points on offer.

The Bob Willmott, John Whitfield, Billy Croll and Neil Gaskell impressed winning by 37-15. They took control early on to command a 12-0 lead after only 3 ends.

Most impressive was the fact that they only scored on 10 ends registering fours, fives and sixes almost at will.

Nick Thomas guided his rink of Don Shirley, Guy Thomas and Dave Holdaway to a 13-1 lead after 8 ends, eventually winning by 24-14.

The Dave Dalby rink also controlled proceedings well enough to ease though at the end by 22-17.

He was ably assisted by Brian Hocking, Lawrence Brooke and Berwyn Lansley.

Brian Brennan and his boys completed the rout by allowing the opposition to score on only 6 of the 21 ends to record a convincing win by 26-8.

On the previous Wednesday, the Munro Cup game welcomed the boys of Belle Vue to Rectory Road.

Yet again all four home rinks won to accrue another 14 points in the quest to stay on top. The shot difference was a massive 74 shots which undoubtedly assists the cause greatly. Despite the huge difference in the score, the game was played and enjoyed by all in good and neighbourly spirits.

The week did not start too well for Chris Davies and her ladies as they entertained Murch on Monday evening.

The Evening League game ended up with both rinks losing closely fought games. Belinda Price, Kath Jenkins, Betty Jones and Capt Chris narrowly by 4 shots. With their game all square at 14-14 on 14th end the Murch crept in front to hold on to victory by 15-19. Sue Croll and her rink had a very similar battle going down 17-22. An overall loss by 32-41.

Next was a visit to Llantrisant for a double rink encounter and fortunes improved with a 20 shot win. Final score being 42-22 in favour of Penarth. Both rinks were successful with Joan Lewis and Jayne Edwards skipping the rinks.

Thursday saw another away game, this time at Kenfig when the Afternoon League side managed an impressive win by 54 shots to 32.75. Sue Croll, Tricia Brinkworth, Lynda Jones and Norma Duggan bowled superbly to win by 23-5. This was the cornerstone of the overall victory on the day.

Belinda Price, June Williams, Val Turner and Chris Davies also won in a topsy turvy battle. Leading by 15-3 on the 11th end, things started to go wrong as the opposition fought back to even up the score to 15-15 on the penultimate end.

Penarth recovered their composure to take 3 shots on the last end and win 18-15.

However the story of the day was an amazing recovery by Kath Jenkins, Betty Jones, Anne Thomas and Chris Church. Finding themselves 11-0 down after only 5 ends, Kath demanded that loins be girded and minds be concentrated.

It worked as over the following 13 ends, Penarth scored on 11 of the to grab a remarkable win by 13 shots to 12.75. It has to be noted that win was actually registered by the compulsory 25% deduction on the Kenfig rink as it consisted of only 3 players. Nevertheless an impressive turnaround.

The final game of the week involved another trip away, this time to Pontyclun. The Double Rink fixture another well earned win by 42-12 to round off a pretty good week for them.