TJ's A bounced back from last week's surprise defeat by Hustlers to obliterate McGuigan's Bar 8-0. The defeat was a big blow to McGuigan's hopes of finishing runner-up as they trail Sheepbridge and Whitecross by 1pt and only have 1 game left to play, whereas their rivals have games to play.
Declan McConville got back to winning ways when he defiantly played 1st again. He made a mess of it last week but this time he stepped up to make it 1-0 defeating McGuigan's A golden boy Kieran Hanna.
Jack Courtney doubled that lead with a good win over Paul 'Bunty' O'Callaghan.
Tristan Byrne was unlikely to be troubled by John Magee and that left it 3-0 TJ's A.
Manny Byrne produced another magical moment in his fine league campaign when he fired in another 8 ball finish to blitz Gerard McGuigan for 4-0.
1 more frame was needed to seal TJ's their 4th league in a row.It was Raymie McKenna v Brendan Healy. Both very experienced campaigners but McKenna has the class and he showed it when he sealed the deal, the 2pts and the league title. 5-0.
Stevie Noade, Stevie Teggart and Darren Devlin piled in on the celebrations to demolish and terrible McGuigan's 8-0. Ciaran Hanna, Brendan Campbell and Damien Flanagan all on the receiving end of the dreaded whitewash.
Trainors of Camlough wrapped up the 2nd Division title in style beating one time rivals Millvale 5-3.
Tommy Mooney and Declan Finnegan sent the champions elect 2 frames up before Willie Hughes pulled 1 back for Millvale.
Luke Phelan made it 3-1 and Trainor's looked to be cruising to the title.
Ling and Ryan Diamond dug out 2 big wins for Millvale to bring the match life and it was evenly poised at 3-3.
Oliver Lonegan stepped in to make it 4-3 to Trainor's in a pulsating match which opponents Millvale badly need both points to have any chance of promotion.
It was Collie Rafferty though who got the plaudits when he won the final frame for the Camlough side and Trainor's Bar won their 1st ever pool trophy.