Elsewhere the massive South Armagh derby between Trainor's and Dan's also came down to the final frame and it was proprietor Mark Trainor who fittingly put his Trainor's side in the title driving seat.
We can spot a star player here on the blog a mile off. Now it's fair to say the super talented Jason Lennon is taking his time to show his true potential. Lennon went toe to toe with the machine Kieran McMahon and played excellent pool to give TJ's Tigers a 1-0 lead.
Two more fantastic potters Adrian Annett and Paddy Clarke crossed swords in the 2nd match. Clarke showed his experience and class to level the match at 1-1.
Cathal Phelan beat Niall O'Hare before Harvey Lavelle put CWC 3-1 up with a good win over Tigers star player Gavin McNally.
Sean Rice had a somewhat surprise win over the normally very consistent Stephen Rooney and now it was game on at 3-2.
Pat Brady playing in his favourite no.6 position put CWC to within touching distance of 2 points with a good win over sharp shooter Matty Cartmill and it was 4-2.
Richie Taylor is playing alot of pool lately entering competition's left right and centre and more than holding his own. Paul 'Bunty' O'Callaghan was favourite though but Taylor has improved immensely and it was the Tigers player who pulled it back to 4-3 and the pressure was on CWC.
Davy Hanna has had some good results for his Tigers side and would have good reason to be confident against Paddy Tavey. Tavey has been a major player for CWC since the turn of the year keeping Shane Phelan and Martin McClelland out of the reckoning. Tavey showed his class and nerve to claim both points and CWC need only 6 more points from a possible 8 to win the Premier Division.
Hustlers looked to have lost out on 3rd place after slipping up to Carrickcruppen on Thursday night. Aaron O'Callaghan won the last frame against John Little for a 5-3 Cruppen win. The defeat for Hustlers leaves them 4 behind Whitecross and 1 behind Orchard Bar The Bellinis side are down to 5th.
But the fixtures have threw up a lifeline for Hustlers as most of the top 4 teams all play each other.
CWC A are home to Whitecross, away to McGuigan's A, home to Sheepbridge and home to Orchard Bar.
TJ's A are home to Orchard, away to Whitecross, 2pts v Killeavy and away to Sheepbridge.
Whitecross travel into CWC A, have TJ's A in South Armagh, Carrickcruppen away and McGuigan's at home.
Hustlers travel to sinking Sheepbridge, then then a massive 4-pointer at home to Orchard Bar, home to TJ's Tigers and finish with their 2 points from Killeavy.
Orchard Bar are away to TJ's A, away to Hustlers, home to McGuigan's and travel to the City to play CWC A.
Trainor's took a massive step towards the Division 1 league title after a final frame win put them in the driving seat at the top of the league but winning the league is still out of their control after Ballyholland trounced Indo to move up to 2nd but have a game in hand over Trainor's Bar.
Nan's slipped up against Bosco 5-3 and are 3 points off top spot but have a game in hand over Trainor's.
Trainor's raced into a 3-0 lead as Dan's got caught napping at the start. Tommy Mooney got his customary frame in the opener then Declan Finnegan and Luke Phelan fired in the next 2 for a brilliant 3-0. Seamus Tumilty, Kevin O'Hagan and James O'Hagan suffering defeats.
Kevin O'Hagan suffering a rare defeat was a big blow for Dan's but sniper accurate team mate Niall Connolly breathed life in the contest when he beat Noel Bradley then 2016 Singles Champion Seamus McVerry the minimum between the sides when he beat Liam Bradley and now it was 3-2.
Packie Tavey made it 4-2 in a must win game for Trainor's when he ousted Jimmy McVerry.
Dan's would have settled for a draw at the start of play and they pulled it back to 4-3 thanks to the impressive Tony McElroy. He's having a good season and he toppled Paddy McKeown to give Dan's hope of a share of the spoils.
Mark Trainor was thinking of the end of season bash in his Bar and all the booze that would be sold as he sunk the winning black for a 5-3 win. Fair play to Mark. The table is flying and is in pristine condition. Sean O'Callaghan couldn't stop Trainor and the win keeps Trainor's Bar right in the title hunt.
Ballyholland have been the surprise package of this season. We said at the start of the season they would be up there but surely not realistic title contenders or there abouts but they have surpassed all our expectations.
Another annihilating defeat was dished out - this time to Indo. Indo have long since gave up the ghost but Ballyholland look scarily good.
Gerard McAvoy, Davy McAvoy, Giby Vettienkal, Jim McMahon, Kevin McGovern, Colm Shields and Brendan Keenan blitzed Indo to go 7-0 up. Manny Kelly lost out on the White Wash when he was beaten by Get O'Connell.
Any one of 4 teams could still win Division 1 and it could hardly be any more exciting. Bosco are 5th and 5 points off the top and could still be in with a slim chance . Individuals Next tuesday night 4th April Pairs will be played tuesday 11th and Thursday 13th To a Winner Good Luck to all of them.
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