Following on from their impressive victory last week in the Pictorium Cup, Greenhills put The Diamond to the sword with a well deserved victory.
Elsewhere there was whitewash wins for both Drifters and BT/PO with 5 x 180s in the league this week.
Best Individuals this week were 15s Ashley Rainey, Darnell McCrory, 17s Leonard McKeegan (Snr), David McFall, 18s Rodney McAleese, Darnell McCrory, David McFall, Justin Cushenan, 19s John Elder, Alan Bamford, 20s Paddy Coyles, Stephen Purdon, 21s Pearse McGarry, John Robinson, Geoff Matthews, George Foster, Roy Gilchrist, Rab Lynn, 22s Lex Gilmour, Jason Mooney, Ian Reynolds, 23s Geoff Wylie, 24s Denis Gault, Geoff McIlveen and Bobby Carson. Finishes 121 Darnell McCrory (Drifters) and 120 Rab Lynn (Slemish Tavern)
180 Club Leonard McKeegan (Snr), Gabe Kerr (Greenhills), Ashley Rainey x2 (The Diamond), Justin Cushenan (BT/PO) and Roy Gilchrist (Slemish Tavern)
Greenhills 5 The Diamond 3: Greenhills continued their great form, racing to a 5-1; credit to The Diamond ensuring they left with 3 points. Greenhills winners this week were Leonard McKeegan (Snr) (2-1), Pearse McGarry (2-0), Paddy Coyles (2-1), Gabe Kerr (2-0) and Leonard McKeegan (Jnr) (2-1).
The Diamond gained their points thanks to wins from Ashley Rainey (2-1), John Robinson (2-0) and Denis Gault (2-0).
Drifters 8 Clough Rangers 0: Drifters bounced back from last weeks cup defeat in emphatic style, dropping only 1 leg. Well done this week to Geoff Wylie (2-0), Geoff McIlveen (2-0), Darnell McCrory (2-0), John Elder (2-0), Jason Mooney (2-0), Geoff Matthews (2-1), Alan Bamford (2-0) and David McFall (2-0).
Bt/Po 8 Staffers 0: A whitewash victory for BT/PO; dropping only 2 legs throughout the match. BT/PO winners were Glenn Gilmour (2-1), Shane Hillis (2-0), Billy Gay (2-0), Alan Service (2-1), Justin Cushenan (2-0), Ian Reynolds (2-0), Tam Wallace (2-0) and Derek Campbell (2-0).
Fountain Bar 1 Michelin 7: Michelin continue to set the pace at the top, however both Slemish and Spinning Mill have games in hand. Well done Sammy Greer (2-1), helping Fountain avoid the whitewash.
Michelin had wins this week from Alan Penny (2-1), Sammy Dunlop (2-0), Norman Kerr (2-0), Bobby Carson (2-0), Herbie Dunlop (2-1), David Armstrong (2-0) and Brian Hanna (2-0).