RIFF Raff remain leaders in the Early Division following their 30 pin win at home against bottom of the table Plonkers in the Bridgwater & District Summer Skittles League.

Joint second place Daydreamers also won against fellow Flag team Union Jacks by 79, with Joe Cresswell hitting 74.

Unbeaten Birdies (Main) won by 10 away to Fireworks at Sydenham Centre, aided by Kalon Parsons’ 71 and lead the table.

Second place Pawlett Pins drew at home against Musketeers and third place Five O’Clockers were away to bottom team Wrong Direction and won by 56.

In the Premier Division leaders Gamblers still remain unbeaten following their visit to West India House against Mr Brun’s Boys.

Second place Gentle Giants also won away by nine against Slade’s at Cobblestones.

Mixed Division Blondes leaders Wild West won by 50 against Pretenders, who have yet to score a point and remain bottom of the table.

Second place Rebellions experienced a tight game at Squib against Squibsters but came out winners by 18 aided by Chris Marks’ 72.

Bluebell Division current leaders Wish We Waz had a thrilling game at home against Legion Louts, ending with WWW winning by one pin and are one point ahead of former leaders Radishes who also won at home by 10 against bottom place Snoots.

Brunettes Mixed Bunch had their lead reduced by losing against The Clan by 18 at Blake Arms and close on their heels are Jack & Jills who won by 12 at Bunch against Old Prunes.

Ladies Champions leaders Patsy’s Pussies extended their lead with a home win against second place Cannon Girls and third place Castlettes won at Sydenham Centre against Rainbows by 27.

Emeralds’ leaders Twiglets are five points in front after their home win against El Syd by 16.

In the Pearls, Global Girls lead the table after their home win against Stumpers, with Lisa Nash topping the board with 62.

Second place Generations also won at home against Geef Teeths by 44.

In the Rubies Division, Spares remain unbeaten after closely fought game at Commercial against Fluffy Dusters with Spares winning by one.

Second place Louby-Lou’s had a convincing win by 50 at home against Rockets and Sportsman are back on track after their 37 pin win at home against Bobby’s Team.