Jack Courtney, Raymond McKenna, Manny Byrne, Laurence McAlinden, Tristan Byrne, Stevie Teggart, Stevie Noade and even Declan McConville won in this one sided match.
Gwyn Trainor, Johnny McEvoy, Ciaran Morgan junior, Ciaran Morgan Senior, Bernie Keenan, Conor Quinn, Brendan Markey and Seanie Markey were bowled out in the 'Perfect game' (a bowling term for 12 strikes and a maximum score of 300 in 10 pin).
League leaders CWC A didn't get it just as handy when they travelled out to Orchard Bar. Orchard have been a thorn in the side for the all - conquering TJ's for many a year and Karl McGuinness is a quality player no doubt about that. Just ask Kieran McMahon. No player ever beats the 'machine' Kieran McMahon on a regular basis - except for Karl McGuinness. His hoodoo over Kieran McMahon is incredible.
It really was no surprise when Karl McGuinness beat Kieran McMahon to give Orchard Bar a 1-0 lead.
Charlie Broughton couldn't live with the prowess potting skills of snooker turned pool player Paddy Clarke and the scores were level 1 a piece.
Joe Poucher is a huge boost to the Orchard side when he's available for selection. He showed his quality when he beat Harvey Lavelle to put Orchard back into the lead at 2-1.
Martin McClelland has seized his chance to be a regular in the Bravelle line-up with both hands. He's putting a good run together PJ McDaniel was never going to be good enough to stop McClelland squaring up the match at the halfway mark - 2-2.
Brendy Devlin has been solid as a rock for Orchard and his CWC opponent Paul 'Bunty' O'Callaghan has been far from consistent. Bunty was only back in the side after controversially being dropped last week. O'Callaghan came back in and played fairly well to put his Working Mens Club 3-2 up.
That was a sigh of relief because big Pat was on next against David Cromie who was never going to worry CWC or Pat. Brady cleared up for 4-2.
Lee Irvine has lost plenty but he's a tricky opponent. Paddy Tavey is having a tough time of it. He's having trouble getting a game for CWC and when he gets in he loses. Tavey is a confidence player. Playing once every 3-4 weeks is no good for him. Tavey has represented his country on the green baize and sitting on the sidelines is certainly affecting his game. Lee Irvine posted another zero beside Tavey's name thanks largely to an incredible fluke on the black. When your lucks out, your lucks out and Tavey looks set for another month on the subs bench. 4-3 CWC.
Squeeky bum time now for the league leaders. Cathal Phelan has been far from unbeatable this season. He is a big game player and there can't be many other players could could want for your last man cliff hanger frame. Mervyn Kernaghan is no soft touch for Orchard either. Merv can pot a ball and tactical battles are no problem to him. Phelan got the upper hand and potted well to give CWC A 2 massive points.
CWC A keep their 3 point lead intact and look on course to end TJ's A total domination of the local pool scene.
All is not so rosie in the Garden of Eden. Niall McVerry has jumped ship and joined Hustlers. Playing is obviously more important than winning trophies to some people. You wonder how many will more might leave the Bravelle dictatorship!
Niall McVerry's new team Hustlers received their 2 points via Killeavy leaving the stage so that put pressure on nearest 3rd place rivals Whitecross and Bears.
Whitecross travelled to Newry having recently drew with CWC and TJ's so confidence was high. McGuigan's were 2nd from bottom with their 'One year Only' squad looking like relegation was a good bet. 2 wins and 7 defeats is certainly relegation form but this McGuigan's team have lots of experience and looks like there might be a bit of fight in the old dogs yet.
McGuigan's came out of the traps quickest firing off the 1st two frames.
Paul McAreavey and Brian Campbell know their way around a pool table and Barry Shields then Brian O'Neill fell to the more skilled pair.
Terry McNally has been a great find this season for McGuigan's but he met an in form Gareth McCann who made it 2-1.
Bud Flanagan has had mixed fortunes this season but his good result over Michael Feenan put 2 between the teams again.
John Magee came up against one of the best performers in the league to date - Martin O'Callaghan. The Whitecross cueist was too good for Magee and it was 3--2.
Brendan Healy has dissapointed this season for McGuigan's but his South Armagh opponent James Toner has gone well off the boil lately and Healy picked him off for a surprise 4-2 McGuigan's lead.
Dusty O'Hagan has been quite solid and when he beat the solid potter Noel Donaldson the 'one year only' gang could celebrate on their 2nd win of the season.
Mike McArdle's defeat to Joseph McTaggart didn't spoil the party for McGuigan's with a final score of 5-3 to the City boys.
So Whitecross slipped up but could the mighty Bears keep pace with Hustlers.
The Tigers travelled up to the Bears in a repeat of last season's Division 1 play off match that ended with a bit on animosity after TJ's allegedly over celebrated their win.
So its fair to say there was a bit of needle ahead of this match.
Gavin McNally took the opener against the talented Garry Powell to give the travelling TJ's Tigers the 1st bite.
It was all square when Anthony Morgan beat excellent potter Matty Cartmill.
TJ's upped the ante with Adrian Annett then Sean Rice beating Paddy Heaney and Seamus the snail Keenan for 3-1.
Big Davy Hanna hit the hammer blow against Paul Murphy for 4-1 and the mighty Bears were injured but not finished just yet.
Adrian Holman beat free potting Jason Lennon for 4-2 but the Tigers may have been wounded but they ripped back into the Bears.
Niall O'Hare had a good win over the 'Baby faced assassin' Neill Heaney to wrap up the points and it was a bad night all round for the Heaney's when Eddie was mauled by Richie Taylor.
So Bears slipped up along with Whitecross as the bottom teams closed the gap.
Check out the league tables online.
Don't miss our 3 Christmas blogs which will analyse who's had a cracker and who's a Turkey for there team now that we've reached the half way stage.
That could make for uneasy reading for some of yous. Have a happy Christmas readers and a happy new year.
And remember its all a bit a craic