With only one round of fixtures remaining there's still plenty to play for in the Premier Division. CWC A are champions while Hustlers and Trainor's will clash in the final league game of the season with the winner claiming runner-up spot and a nice £150 into their kitty.
Ballyholland will play Bears and with both teams level on points and already relegated the loser will finish the strongest team in the league - they will be holding everyone else up.
In Division 1 McGuigan's and Nan's Rams are both confirmed as Premier Division teams for next season after both sides registered wins. Both teams are level on points going into the final two games.
CWC B have been crowned Division 2 Champions after their latest win saw them go 6 points clear with only two games left. Cavern are only a win away from joining them in Division 1.
Hustlers beat Dan's by the skin of their teeth on Thursday night but it was Hustlers win the previous week against league champions CWC A which put the Bellinis side in prime position to take that elusive 2nd place in the league.
Here's quick run down of that game.
Barry Murphy lost to Kieran McMahon. Ciaran O'Neill and Shane McAllister beat Declan McConville and Paddy Clarke respectively. 2-1 Hustlers.
Micky Cunningham lost to Seamus McGeoghegan for 2-2.
Cathal McCoy and sharp shooter Philip Murphy put Hustlers 4-2 up. Paddy Tavey and Bernie Magee losing out.
Pat Brady destroyed Dee Kearney and it was down to the wire.
Kevin Magee has had a brilliant season but his CWC opponent Stevie Teggart was still hot favourite to get a share of the spoils. Hustlers wouldn't be denied and it was 5-3 thanks to a bit of luck and Magee's class.
Hustlers were now in hot form and full of confidence going into their massive game against Dan's. A win for Dan's would have put them joint 2nd in the league going into the final round of fixtures. After 6 frames it was all square in this incredible scrap for 2nd place.
Philip Murphy is an outstanding talent but there have been signs that the pressure games aren't suiting him. Moving him to 1st could yet turn out to be a masterstroke. He potted superbly to beat the hapless Paddy O'Callaghan and Hustlers were 1-0 up.
This started a classic tit-for-tat in an enthralling match. Michael Green levelled when he beat Cathal McCoy.
The excellent Ciaran O'Neill put Hustlers 2-1 up when he whopped Niall O'Hagan.
Former Individual champion and the stylish James O'Hagan looked good on and off the baize when he levelled the match for the 2nd time. He beat Dee Kearney and the excitement just continued.
Shane McAllister beat the in form Niall Connolly. Connolly who was sporting his new cue but the cue only does half the work and McAllister put Hustlers 3-2 up.
Seamus McVerry took advantage of an out of sorts Micky Cunningham who never got a shot Mc Verry had a brilliant Break finish. Cunningham might have won the Barney Preece fundraiser trophy but his league form has taken a dip and it was 3-3.
Kevin Magee has no such problems. He's been sensational this season and is right bang in form as he took the 7th. He was favourite against Jimmy McVerry and it was no surprise when Hustlers took a 4-3 lead.
Ryan O'Hare simply had to win his game for Dan's against Barry Murphy or it was curtains for the South Armagh sides runner-up challenge. Barry Murphy has lost a few pressure games this season but he held himself together to fire Hustlers clear in 2nd place and now a draw will be enough for Hustlers in their last game.
Trainor's Bar ended Orchard Bar's dream of landing 2nd place.
Mike Nugent, Paddy McKeown, Declan Finnegan and Tommy Mooney blitzed Orchard Bar to take a 4-0 lead.
It was down to the ever reliable Nigel Malcomson to save Orchard's season. In his way was Niall McVerry. McVerry wasn't going to be denied. He drove the final nail into their 2nd place dream and it was 5-0. PJ McDanial and Brendy Devlin put 2 frames on the board for Orchard but Trainor's had the last word thanks to Liam Bradley to finish the scoring at 6-2.
Trainor's go into the final match knowing one more win in their maiden season in the top flight will see them take the runners up spot.
The Premier Division will sorely miss the Mighty Bears who have really earned there place in Premier league this season They caned Whitecross 7-1 in Newry. Bears might be down but they went down with a fight. They recently had a good win over Hustlers and now Whitecross took a booting.
Garry Powell took the opener before Alan Burke replied for Whitecross.
Adrian Holman, Seamus Keenan and Eddie Heaney had the City side 4-1 up.
Paul Murphy took the brave of points and Anthony Morgan broke the visiting South Armagh sides hearts.
Bears paid the price for their horrendous start to the season. They are a strong side and full of good honest talent. They will be hard to beat next season and even at this early stage maybe Eddie and the lads are thinking of how they could spend the £200 cash prize for winning Division 1.
Ballyholland officially got their Premier Division P45 after CWC A went to town on them. The biggest winning frame of their season came from Niall McQuillan who finally after 20 league games became the 1st player to beat Pat Brady. Big Pat will be distraught as he was unbelievably close to being the 1st player since records began to win every single league game. Well done Niall McQuillan and hard luck to Pat Brady.
CWC A ran out 6-2 winners in the end.
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