CWC and McGuigans B share top spot in Division 1 with 24pts from 17 games played. Three teams are tucked in behind on 21pts. Johnny Murphys, Bear's and Dan's C are all hoping for a slip up from the top 2.
McGuigans B had the big win away to Millvale Arms and they showed true fighting grit to grind out a hard fought 2pts.
Liam McLoughlin gave McGuigans beat D. Monaghan with some great potting. Millvale won the next two thanks to P. Roland & S. Kearns beating Kenny Gilbraith & Danny McGuigan.
It was all square at the half way point thanks to Cathal McCoy getting his early season form back after a tough couple of weeks for him. He beat Collie McCann in a high quality match.
Paul McAreavey fired Monaghan St. Champions elect into the lead seeing off the spirited M. McGoldrick and it was 2-3.
A. Murray levelled up again at 3-3 thanks to some great play when he saw of the reliable Kenny Gilbraith. It was squeaky bum time for McGuigans but they weren't to be denied to invaluable points.
Paddy Kelly gave the visitors the lead edging a close game with K. McDonald before Damien Flanaghan kept up his great form beating the impressive G. McArdle in another tight battle.
CWC needed a last gasp final frame win to nail 2 vital points at home to Indo A in a great match.
Paul McKay got CWC off to the perfect start beating the useful Barry Kelland. CWC's Paul Murphy had a chance to double the lead but Josh McKeown hit back to level up the scores.
Tommy Rooney who's having a great season defeated Brendan 'Totts' Curran in a close game to restore home advantage 2-1,
It was all square again at 2-2 when John McClorey lost out to Jimmy Doran's experience.
The brilliant PJ Gilmore & Cathal Murphy assured CWC of at least a point when they defeated Nicky Carroll & the good potting of Andrew Chan to make it 4-2.
Paul Kelland who's having a cracking season couldn't seal the 2pts thanks to Sean Curran playing some superb pool to make it 4-3.
Kieran Cunningham was the toast of CWC when he sent the Indo club home empty handed with a hard fought win over Barry Cromie to keep his side joint top of Division 1.
Dan's C kept up their challenge with a hard fought win against McSwiggan's A.
Gary Clarke gave the home side a 1-0 lead in the City centre. Niall McVerry was impressive as he levelled up at 1-1.
Stephen Wylie had a very good win against James O'Hagan to give McSwiggans a surprise lead.
Dan's hit a rich vain of form as they rattled off 4 frames in a row to seal the points.
Terry Pheonix, Seamus Tumilty, Mark McGuigan & Seamus McVerry kept the South Armagh side in the title chase. Sub Ryan O'Hare pulled back a late consolation for McSwiggans but Dan's C marched home with maximum points in a 5-3 victory.
Johnny Murphys slipped up after a draw in TJs C. The ever young Tony McGivern gave TJs the lead before Francie Purcell & Declan Brady gave title hopefuls Murphys the lead.
Diddles McArdle was potting well to level up the scores at half way 2-2,
Martin White has been superb all season and his win kept the dream of the (currently getting refurbished) Murphys bar getting the title back to Meigh.
Johnny McMurray had other plans for TJs and his experience helped level the match 3-3.
Paul McArdle had a big win and 2pts were back in sight for Murphys but TJs C anchor man Damien Woods spoiled the Meigh travelling army with a last gasp equaliser.
Bears had a comfortable 6-2 win away in Ballyholland. Garry Powell gave Bears the lead. Last seasons div4 undefeated champions have struggled this year but the did take a 2-1 lead up in the harps club. Jim McMahon & Giby Vettiankal hit back for the homesters.
That's as good as it got as Bears rifled off the remaining 5 frames.
Paul Murphy, Adrian Oz Holman, the ever green Eddie Heaney, Neill Heaney and the terrific Paddy Heaney nailed both points for the visiting Bears.