TOTTINGTON Con D remain League’s A Section after a hard-fought draw at home to Huntley A. The visitors A took four frames, but Tottington’s captain Phil Heaton continued his excellent recent form to take the final frame 96-13 to secure the aggregate. Buchanans A are making a late run for the title and made it six wins from seven matches with an impressiveresult at Bury Snooker B.

Paul Lomax took the first frame 106-52 as Buchanans won 8-1 to go second in the table.

Bury Snooker D are third after edging out Fishpool with Sal Amin taking his frame by enough to secure the aggregate in a 6-3 win. In the Elton it was the home A Team who came out on top against the Bsidewith Daryl Cosgrove taking his frame 95-25 to help secure a 5-3 success.

Salisbury continued to make progress up the table after just securing a tight match at Radcliffe Central A, Paul Ramlaul enjoying the biggest win, 93-30, as the visitors sealed a 6-3 victory.

In the B Section, Elton Lib C continued their relentless march to the title with a 7-1 win at home to Bury Snooker C. Chris Pursglove kept up his winning form, taking his frame 86-45. Their nearest challengers are Radcliffe Central C who are relatively clear in second after securing a 6-2 win at home to Stanley Con. Pete Rathor had the standout frame, taking his match 94-37. Huntley C’s winning sequence was halted in its tracks as visitors Radcliffe Central D got a vital 6-3 win. A close match was decided in the final frame with Duncan Stone securing an outstanding 63-16 win for Radcliffe to take the aggregate. Elton Lib D returned to form after a recent blip with victory at Seedfield A. Mark Routledge joined this week’s century makers, taking his frame 111-22. Whitefield A climbed off the bottom as they consigned Buchanans B to the foot of the table with a 6-2 home success.

Radcliffe Central B have the C Section title within their grasp after securing a 7-2 at Huntley B. Andy Eckersley continued to enjoy his best season, taking his frame 119-66 including a 33 break. Second and third faced each other as Tottington Con B hosted Radcliffe St Mary’s. It was Tottington Con B who came out comfortable winners, taking the match 6-2 to consolidate their second-place position.

Whitefield BC won a close match at home to Tottington Con A, taking the aggregate by 11 points thanks to Vinnie Crow’s final-frame success to seal a 5-3 win.

Walshaw hosted Walmersley and ran out 6-2 winners despite Dave Morley’s great effort to close the aggregate in the final frame. Seedfield B enjoyed their trip to the Bridge taking the match 7-2.

The league delegates meeting takes place tonight, at Bury Bridge, starting at 8pm.