Two of the four AIPL Doubles Quarter-Final groups are played as the New Zealand "B" pairing of Keith Jones and Larry Baker win Group 3 with all three matches in the group finishing 2-1, whilst the Shootpool Snipers duo of Ryan Englefield and Wayne Thorne win both their matches 2-0 to progress from their group.
League newcomers Ed Knotwell and Martin White are the current 1-2 at the top of Asti after the 6th round of fixtures with Ed winning 9-0 and Martin 8-1 to move above last week's leader Chris Grigson who didn't play this week.
Shootpool 'A' beat Weavers 'A' 8-4 in the battle between the bottom two in the AIPL Premier to move to within three points of safety with Swanky slipping to eighth in the league after losing 9-3 at home to league leaders Shoot Vetz.
Honey Bee thrash The White Swan 10-2 at home to close the gap to three points behind the Division 2 league leaders Top John who themselves defeat fourth placed Shootpool Ringers 8-4 to stretch their winning run to nine matches.
Ryan May moves to the top of Asti as he experiences a night of mixed fortunes to first lose 7-2 to James Wood before following that by winning the opening six frames on route to a 7-2 victory over Sue Latham.
Sarah Wilkins moves up to second place in Cava after winning six of the first seven frames to defeat Pete Slaymaker 6-3 whilst Ben Bantham's third consecutive 6-3 result in the league this season leaves him six points clear at the top.
Both matches played in Division 2 this week end 8-4 with Shoot 8-Ball besting Ex Services away and Shootpool defeating LJ'z at home whilst Top John are awarded their match 9-0 to move up into third place.
Shoot Vetz fight back from 3-2 down to win the final seven frames for a 9-3 win over Yeoman Duffers as they increase their unbeaten run to 10 matches (7 wins, 3 draws) to stay 8 points clear in the Premier.
Shootpool based players dominate the Quarter-Finals group stage of the AIPL Doubles competition as pairings David Feore & Darren King (Shoot Vetz), Mark Game & Lars Bjart (Shoot Vetz) and Paul Mart & Tony Davis (Shoot) all win their groups.
Season 3 of the Premier Division in the Shootpool Monday Singles Pool League begins with 13 players as David Feore wins his first match in the competition 9-0 with Chris Collings, Daniel Wilkins and Robert Mutch all winning 6-3.
The second season of the Premier Division in the Shootpool Monday Singles Pool League begins with 10 players competing for the title with last season's top 3 of Chris Venters, Daniel Wilkins and Paul Kanchanlall all returning.
The chasing pack of Railway Club, Weavers 'A' and Millwrights all win this week in Division 1 but with leaders Shootpool 'B' winning 7-2 at home to extend their lead to 18 points it looks like the 3 teams are fighting each other for the second promotion with the title already slipping away into the distance.
Division 1 leaders St John's Social Club lose both doubles frames to lose 5-4 to sixth placed Britannia 'B' that leaves the leaders 2 points clear but having played one match more than rivals Bucks Yeoman.
Hobgoblin are the new leaders in Division 2, winning five of the singles frames on route to defeating Britannia 'B' 5-4 to move four points clear of their opponents with just four weeks of the season left.
It's looking like a two horse race in Division 1 with both Weavers "A" and Lantern Exiles recording victories but rivals Bucks Yeoman falling to their first defeat in eight matches and they slip to 11 points behind the leaders.
Rose & Crown (Stone) inflict a second consecutive 5-4 defeat on leaders Britannia 'B' but they remain clear title favourites with a fourteen point lead and just four weeks of the Division 2 season remaining.
Victoria Club "B" win all seven singles frames as they dominate the Division 1 top of the table clash with rivals Huntsman "A" as their 7-2 home win sends them 8 points clear at the top with four weeks to play.
Victoria Club "B" demolish Hobgoblin 5-0 away as Bell Mkt Square "A", Bucks CC, Huntsman "B", Railway Club and defending champions Victoria Club 'A' all win at home in the 1st Round of the 2004 - 2005 AIPL Plate Cup.
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