Let's start with the big game where Trainor's took on Bosco two Thursday nights ago.
Bosco may not have been everyone's tip for Div 1 honours but they have come flying out of the traps winning 2 and drawing 1 of their opening 3 league games.
Trainor's have tasted defeat already and needed to win to stop them slipping behind the leaders.
It was the visitors who came out all guns blazing thanks to Tommy Mooney, Danny Cinamond, Declan Finnegan and Luke Phelan. They fired Trainor's into a 4-0 lead as Bosco were flattened after getting blitzed by 4 quality players.
Kerry McVeigh, Darren Devlin, Paddy McMahon and Kieran Cummins are 4 very good players who were caught out by Trainor's blistering start.
Bosco picked themselves up and showed a bit of grit a determination. Dee Brady pulled a frame back when he out potted Paddy McKeown.
Soon it was 4-2 and there was real hope in the Bosco camp. Gary Wilson made a few errors but he got over the line against an experienced Martin McCone.
Liam McLoughlin had a good tussle with darts ace Noel Bradley but after a tight game McLoughlin put the minimum between the sides and after 7 frames the big come back was so close yet so far away. 4-3 Trainor's.
It was Brian Wallace taking on prolific darts winner Liam Bradley. Bradley has played pool as well as darts at the highest level in the Newry Pool league and he had the knowledge as well as the skill to see his Trainor's side trip over the finish line for a very hard fought 5-3 win in the Bosco.
While Bosco sat out their bye in last Thursday nights round of fixtures Trainor's made no mistake to open up a 3 point gap on their Newry City title rivals. Ballyholland Harps have 2 wins and 2 defeats from their opening 4 games and you just never know what your gonna get with them. Luckily for Trainor's they hadn't got much.
Tommy Mooney took his customary opening frame against Gerald McAvoy before Davy McAvoy drew the teams level with a good win over Danny Cinamond.
Ballyholland had a long trip home from Camlough as they just crumbled under the Trainor's pressure and attacking game.
Declan Finnegan, Liam Bradley and wee bro Noel Bradley fired Trainor's 4-1 up and needed just 1 of the last 3 frames to claim maximum points.
They didn't have long to wait as Paddy McKeown wrapped up the match at 5-1. Mark Trainor and Luke Phelan rounded of a very miserable night for the Ballyholland Harps club.
Colm Shields, Marty O'Hare, Giby Vettientkal, Jim McMahon, Robbie White and Brendan Keenan falling into the "must do better" category.
Dan's are the only Division 1 team yet to taste defeat and 1 of only 3 teams unbeaten in their league campaigns in all 3 Divisions.
Dan's hosted Indo A and won this match without having to get out of 1st gear. Terry Phoenix and James O'Hagan set Dan's off with a minimum of fuss 2 frame start.
Gerard O'Connell is a decent player and he had a good win for Indo over Niall Connelly to make it 2-1.
Peter Tavey and Gerard Hughes rattled in the next 2 for Dan's and the writing was on the Indo wall as they trailed 4-1.
Seamus Tumilty made sure of the points with some assured potting. Seamus McVerry made it 6-1 but Dan's had saved the best till last.
Jimmy McVerry is 'The Daddy' and he showed the young lads how it's done with a devastating break finish against Brian O'Connor. Jimmy McVerry becomes the the 1st player outside the Premier Division to produce the 'perfect' frame so well done to him.
Indo have on won 9 frames so far this season and players like Wayne Jennings, Pat Hughes and Conor Curran will need to up their game very soon.
Windmill Bar have won 3 league games in a row now after their horrendous start to the season and are well placed just 2 points off top spot.
Tony McGivern and Damian McAteer had given TJ's B a surprise 2-0 lead up in Windmill Bar.
Aaron O'Callaghan and Conor Cunningham played some brilliant pool to level the scores at the halfway mark.
Paddy Caldwell has had a bit of stick on here but his terrific 8 ball finish has give him a bit of breathing space. His decision not to go up to the Premier Division with Bears looked a very good one after his torrid start to the season but this super 8 baller should get his confidence going again.
Conor Heaney made it 3-3 when he sunk the black for TJ's B.
Chris Marley and Stevie Gray made sure Windmill Bar would get both points and in touching distance of Trainor's Bar.
Mid table TJ's B are 4 points off the top and 4 points off the bottom. So really depends if your a 'glass half full' or 'glass half empty' sort of person!