Workington's Veterans Club moved to the top of Division One in the Cockermouth and District Snooker League this week with a 6-0 away whitewash of Division Two's Workington Legion.

Paul Mostyn and Craig Davies took the first two frames relatively comfortably and, with Mike Dawson adding to that in frame three, the Vets were 3-0 up. A solid performance from captain Kevin Basnett made it 4-0 and with Mark Tatton at his tactical best in the next the score moved to 5-0. The final frame of the match saw Vets' Steve Garroway trail by nearly 20 points with the colours remaining. However, with a difficult set of balls faced the Vets cueist proceeded to dispatch one tricky pot after another to clear for a remarkable frame and match win.

Station Road A and B went head to head in the battle of the Division One sides and with a close game predicted the inevitable 3-3 draw ensued. A black-ball victory for Kevin Kirkham put the B team 1-0 up but with the A team's Tom Thompson winning with ease in frame two the score was 1-1. The B side moved 2-1 ahead with a victory from Peter O'Hagan but back came the A side again with a win from Andrew Henderson for 2-2. A frame-winning break of 30 from Mark Robertson gave the A team a sniff of a match win; nevertheless the B side's ever-reliable captain Stephen O'Hagan delivered yet another final-frame victory to end the match in parity.

Workington's United Club maintained the top spot in Division Two with a 3-3 away draw against their closest rivals and fellow second-tier opponents Flimby Social. A frame-winning contribution of 36 from Shane Evitts put Flimby 1-0 up and with team-mate Paul Vickers winning the next easily the score moved to 2-0. United's Clive Lister pulled one back for 2-1 and with Andrew Mitchelhill compiling a break of 32 in the next the score was now 2-2. Sal Cakmak put the United Club in front for the first time at 3-2 with a win in frame five but the draw was delivered by Flimby's Mike Walker with a relatively straightforward win in the last.

Finally, Division One's Workington Golf Club improved their position in the table to third with the a 5-1 home win against Division Two's Maryport Social. Bryan Walker and Lewis Tilley took the first two for the Golf Club and with Ryan Ismay restricting his opponent to just one point in the next the golfers were 3-0 up. Mark Brasted made it 4-0 and an equally impressive performance from Mark Cowen took the Golf Club to 5-0. The point-a-frame format gave Maryport something to play for and with supreme determination it was Andrew Scott who took the last to avoid the whitewash.