The Skegness Bowls Club’s Men’s A team top the league after beating Dunholme away in the Second Division of The County Over 60s league.
Stamford currently lie in second and have completed their fixtures.
In third are the challengers for the title Sleaford, who entertain Skegness A in a vital match as the A team must win to return to the first division as champions.
Mixed League regulars, Alice Salmon, Brenda Rice, Jean Veall, who with Mandy Brummitt were absent, due to playing in The Ladies’ County Rinks heats at Sleaford won a close game with Long Sutton (22-21).
Into the semi-finals of the Men’s County Rinks go Gary Morris, Johnny Morris, Brian Hawes and John Mountain.
Finishing their programme of Trudy Bates league matches, Skegness ladies struggled against bottom club Scunthorpe who beat Skegness 14-2.
In a surprise Club Men’s Rinks win, Dave Briggs, Peter Ord, Graham L Simpson and Alan Brummitt showed exceptional resolve to score nine shots in five ends to enter the last end level at 17-17 and win 18-17 win.
Margaret Humphreys joined Don Bramley and John Clarke at short notice in a Deakin Trophy match, scoring 20 to Bryn Foxon, Peter Hopkins and Sue Walker’s 12.
Taking control of their Tuplin Trophy game in the final four ends was George Curley and Jean Veall, who go through to the next round with 21 shots to Roy Witherington and Margaret Humphreys’ 14.
Latest Jim Dunn Trophy results: Boldover 27 Torr Boyes 14, Fords 9 Amigos 24, Tinkers 8 Copains 20.