It was all change at the top of the Premier Division as the Andover Pool League closed out it’s sixth week.
Queen Charlotte faced the Arms B for the first time since the Winter League play-off final and came back from 2-0 down to win 6-3 and go top.
It was a good week for Charlotte-based teams as the Demons continued their good form with an 8-1 demolition of The Arms while the QCCs won 7-2 at home to Royal Oak.
Arms A slipped to a 5-4 defeat at Clatford and Sean Norris’s FD side claimed a 6-3 win over Central.
Battle Stations continued to impress as they made it five wins out of six with an impressive 7-2 win over Foresters Fatties.
Anton Harts followed up their impressive win last week with a 6-3 win over The Folly to go second and Angels of Luck won away at Arm’s ‘n’ Legs to leave them adrift at the bottom.
Shire Sharp Shooters lost 5-4 at home to HBTRBL A to stay four points shy of QC Beebies who fell to another heavy defeat as they were outclassed by Prince Regent, 7-2.
In Division 2 the New Street Masters continued to struggle, losing 8-1 to Railway Club. New Street FC went top with a 5-4 win over Wolversdene Warriors and Wooly B52s slipped to second as they went down 6-3 to Folly Flyers, and Central Mankinis moved off the bottom with a 5-4 win over Anton Decs to claim a first win.
Division 3 saw HBTRBL B open a big gap at the top as they remain unbeaten following a 5-4 win at Ploughin’ On.
Dirty Angels went above Plougher Rangers thanks to a 6-3 win and the HBT Players made it two on the bounce with a win over Wyke Down.
The league’s other game saw newly-promoted Eagle Leftovers win 7-2 at home to Global Warriors.
Shire Sambuca Squad stayed bottom of Division 4 after losing 5-4 to Lamb Chops B and it was another good week for the Lamb sides as the A team sit top of the pile thanks to a 7-2 win over Swallow Wreck Heads.
Wyke Down and Outs went down to Swallow Smash Heads 5-4 and Slippery Strangers moved away from danger with a 6-3 win over Shire Sharp Shooters.
In Division 5, Kings and Queens stayed top thanks to an impressive 7-2 win at Play Station. Central Saints moved into contention with a 5-4 win over Station Phoenix, while in the other match, Town Mills moved second with a hard fought 5-4 win over Royal Oak Beavers.