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Crewe Open League dominoes battle remains poised
7:00am Saturday 8th February 2014 in Sport
CREWE Open League’s Premier Division Dominoes is unchanged after the leading three drew, with leaders Kings Arms A at third-placed Band C and second-placed Nantwich Road A against LMR B.
Division One has new leaders in White Lion A after their devastating whitewash of Duke of Bridgewater A.
Deposed leaders Hop Pole A are one point back after drawing with fourth-placed ASLEF, with Amalgamated A another point behind in third after winning 6-2 at Broughton Arms.
Division Two’s leaders Pioneers Club B forfeited a 3-0 lead in their draw with Nomads, but extend their lead to six points over new challengers Horse Shoe, who were 5-3 winners at Bridge C.
Woodside are third on matches won after a 5-3 defeat at bottom-placed Sydney Arms.
Division Three has Liberal Club at the top after they beat Hawk 5-3.
Deposed leaders Brunel Arms A were on the receiving end of a devastating return to form by Coppenhall Leighton, who are just one point back in third after their crushing 7-1 victory.
Division Four leaders Coach and Horses top-scored with a 6-2 win at Nantwich Road B to move three points clear of Waldron, who drew with closest challengers White Lion.
Division Five toppers Brunel Arms B kept up the pressure with a 7-1 hammering of hosts Last Orders and are eight points clear of their C team, who beat fourth placed Rileys Club B 5-3.
Third-placed Duke of Bridgewater B remain in contention after beating Nags Head 6-2.
Generosity displayed by Prince A, who let slip a 3-0 lead to lose 5-3 and Willaston Club, who forfeited a 3-0 lead to draw, was much appreciated by respective recipients Hop Pole B and Prince D.