Whitewashes in Premier Division

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Both MK Spinners and Greenleys Monarchs picked up 10-0 wins to keep up the battle at the top of the MKTTL Premier Division.

Monarchs dipped into their extensive catalogue of players as they saw off MK Phoenix in comprehensive fashion.

It was also a full-house for leaders Spinners as they brushed aside Greenleys Kings in a comfortable whitewash.

Last week proved a false dawn for MK Powers as they resumed their losing habit in yet another 10-0 defeat, as MK Kingpins reversed a trend of losing three in a row.

The only Premier Division not to end in a clean-sweep saw MK Walking Wounded beat MK Sasaki 8-2.

In Division 1, MK Rovers were 8-2 winners over Greenleys Eagles to remain top of the table, while MK Pumas kept up the pressure on the leaders with a 7-3 victory against MK Classics. MK Bandits beat WS Data 6-4, while MK Topspin beat OU 5Ds 7-3.

Bottom 2 played each other in Division 2 with Newport Blackadders just coming out on top 6-4 thanks to a treble from Tony Ardis, Still unbeaten St Christopher Van Hire just managed a win over MK Hit n Hope 6-4 , although Jamie Hendy with yet another treble for Hit n Hope tried hard to stop their run.

MK Blades, with top player Patrick Clay missing suffered their first defeat of the season against Newporrt Vanquish, 2-8 with Steve Paice winning 3 for Vanquish. Greenleys Cardinals moved only 4 points behind Blades with a 7-3 win over Mursley Hawks, James Zeng also winning three for Cardinals.

Mursley Swifts are now 20 points clear in Division 4 after an 8-2 away win at Chackmore Wannabes, Susan Lewis with a treble for Swifts. OU Penquins had their first win of the season against 2nd place Stony Crickets, 7-3, Charles Tien with another treble for Penquins.

Top of Division 5 Greenleys Crusaders played bottom Mursley Strikers in a 5-5 draw. Colin Haddon had a treble for Crusaders but Barry Agnew and Janet Pullen won 2 each for Strikers Woburn Sands Rams had another good victory over Little Horwood Destroyers and are equal top, Kerr Clement and Andy Bambridge with trebles for Rams.

Only one result in for Division 7 with ST Christopher Cruchers and MK Miracles playing out a draw, Jean Mayson with a hat trick for Crunchers.