BURY Snooker League's strugglers enjoyed a winning weekend with all the bottom sides victorious.

In the B Section, Central D were pushed all the way by Stanley but took the last two frames to take the match 7-2.

Still keeping them honest are Whitefield B with Dave Owen, for the second week running, proving to be the man in form by taking the second frame 78-33.

Elton Fold managed to share the frames but Whitefield took the aggregate and the match 6-3.

Walmersley A are bottom but had a welcome win as they beat in-form Elton Lib A.

The frame wins were shared but Mick Grime had the frame of the match, taking the fifth (76-37) and finishing in style by clearing the colours as Walmersley won 5-3.

In the C Section, bottom hosted top as Huntley B – with one win all season – played Walshaw A, with just one defeat.

A great match saw five of the frames go to the black – the difference between the teams was the fifth frame as James Barrett won 73-46 to give Huntley a 5-3 triumph.

With Walshaw beaten, it gave Central F the opportunity to take top spot and they did it in style with a 7-1 win against Bury Bridge.

The first four frames were tight but Tony Galloway (68-29) and Paul Heywood (57-23) ensured the win went to Central.

Third played fourth with both looking for a win to stay in touch at the top.

Simon Bowkett got St Mary’s off to a great start, taking the first with a break of 31 in his 101-28 win.

Seedfield responded by taking four of the remaining frames, but St Mary’s player Ben Tyldesley took frame four (71-18) to give his side the aggregate and a 4-4 draw.

Walshaw B rose to their highest position in the league – third from bottom – after they beat Salisbury C 7-1, saving the best frames until late, thanks to Lee Armstrong and Andy Elland.

In terms of points from top to bottom, the closest division is A Section and this was reflected in the match between bottom-placed Salisbury A and leaders Tottington D.

Salisbury won two frames by a total aggregate of 24 points but this was enough to take the aggregate as the teams drew 4-4.

This gave Central A the chance to take top spot for the first time and they duly obliged with a super show in the last three frames, with big wins for Stuart Hales (87-12), Tony Moore (66-23) and Pete Rathor (61-17) as they won 6-2.