Barry Kelland, Peter Murphy, Cathal Murphy, Tommy Rooney and Paul Kelland on song for CWC.
The superb Philip Murphy had an off day for for his new TJ's side. Brendan Kelly, Gavin Murphy, Gareth Trainor and Michael Campbell the other 4 that got zeros beside their name.
Adrian Larkin and Eamon Daly rescued some pride for TJ's C by winning the final 3 frames.
Kieran Cunningham, Chris Cunningham's and Colum McParland downed tools for CWC B after the points were secured.
Sheepbridge and Boyds scrapped out hard fought draw out at the Bowling Ally. Boyds took the initiative when they led 3-1 with half the allocated frames played.
Jamie Fletcher and the steady Billy Hunt put Boyds 2-0 in front with wins over Ryan O'Hare and Shea Duffy.
Liam Turley is a good player but Kris Fletcher was much fancied to put Boyds 3 up. Turley played superb though and Sheepbridge were back in the hunt just 2-1 behind.
Richard Fletcher proved he still has that touch of class when he made it 3-1 Boyds thanks to a good win over an under power Paddy Magee.
Nathan Hand and Mark Keenan dug in and beat experienced duo Jeremy O'Brien and Tom Fletcher to level the scores with 2 to play.
Talking of experience, Jim Boyd used all that knowledge to put Boyds in front and on the brink of 2 big points.
In the end Lil Fletcher wasn't able to seal the deal and super sub Gerard Bagnall won the pressure game in the end to beat the Lady Fletcher and split the points which does little for either side.
Madden's Bar had a really good win over Forresters in this City derby game. Madden's picked up their maiden win on their home turf and the final result hides the fact that Madden's played Forresters off the table.
Wayne Riley and Martin Carroll put Madden's 2 up but Andrew Chan replied for Forresters with an excellent win over potting machine and captain Decky Cunningham.
Kieran Bradley surprised everyone when he beat a very talented Kieran Loughran. That was the beginning of the end for Forresters when their talisman got beaten.
Murphy then Martin Reavey sealed 2 points making it a stunning 5-1 scoreline.
Chris McKeown won a consolation for Forresters for 5-2 and last but by no mean least Hugh McGrath dished out a brush to Cormac Duffy. The points had long since gone for Forresters but Duffy got some well deserved stick for getting brushed and well done to Hugh McGrath.
Millvale lost ground on the leaders when Saint Moninna travelled to the Model Village. Barry Smith, Darren Mackin, Conor McQuid, John Mackin and the forever young and wonderful cueiest as well as a gentleman Hugh Donnelly fired home the 5 winning frames for the visiting saints.