Ross Mabbott, the lead off player for Glastonbury Club C, recorded the highest break this season with a fantastic 101.
Ross was up against Paul Grimes of Glastonbury B, the current leaders of division one of the Eastbourne Snooker League, this derby match resulted in a 4-1 win for the B team.
Matt Bray pocketed a 66 during his 102-5 win over Matt Lee, Martin Holmes outpointed Bruce Meeks 67-21 while Ben Dain posted a 52 break on his way to a 63-21 win against Eddie Davis. Spencer Dain defeated Mick Compton 62-21.
Dolphin A kept up their challenge at the top of the division recording a 4-1 away win against Eastbourne Workingmens Club A.
Mark Crotty, Paul Binks, Phil White and Nik Driver recorded the Dolphin A victories. Martin Wright drew with the Dolphin A captain Peter Buckland in a close contest - Martin defeated Peter on the black 50-49.
Hailsham MI C kept up their top of the table challenge with a 5-0 whitewash of Polegate Legion B. Ash Bull had a 43 break in his 75-22 win over Alan Dean and Matt Barnes a 62 break during his 87-6 victory over Ian Izzard.
Glastonbury F entertained Hailsham MI A and the match was decided on the final frame. The HMI A skipper Mark Sciancalepore outpointed Barry Frankham on the black - 51-37 for a 3-2 away win.
Angling Club A defeated fourth placed Seaford Con Club 3-2. Angling A wins came via the cues of the skipper Richard Anderson, Alan Carvil and James Blackmar. Gary Page and Mick Walsh claimed the Seaford Con Club victories.
Meanwhile, Bollards travelled to the HMI Club to face Rutherfords.
Bollards took the two opening frames with Alan Mills posting a 27 break during his 55-44 win against Dave Crouch and the Bollards skipper Mike Ashcroft defeated Damien Hilder 62-32.
Dave Relf, Paul White and Rutherfords’ captain Dave Smith won the final three frames to give the Rutherfords a 3-2 winning margin.