FLEET Broadway? More like Fleet Draw-way.

Those were the words of captain Darren Ridgers after Simon Laney’s black ball win against Karol Mikowski of Liss RBL A ensured their eighth draw in 11 Division One matches.

Ridgers began the latest comeback, seeing off Paul Murphy in the third frame after Nick Booth and Kevin Woodford put the second-placed hosts 2-0 up.

If Fleet are hard to beat, then leaders Sovereign B are looking nigh on unbeatable. They now have a nine point lead following a 4-0 demolition of Grayshott B with Tony Edwards hitting breaks of 47 in a dominant performance.

Sovereign C find themselves in the second relegation spot after going down 3-1 to their 'A' counterparts, while Shottermill B’s 2-2 against Liss RBL B could prove vital come the end of the season, with bottom-placed Lindford D only two points behind with a game in hand.

Division One results

Sovereign C 1-3 Sovereign A; Liss RBL A 2-2 Fleet Broadway; Comrades A P-P Lindford B; Shottermill B 2-2 Liss RBL B; Sovereign B 4-0 Grayshott B


Tony Edwards 47; Shakeel Ahmad Shaneel 36; Aaron Downey 25; Allan Gomez 25, 24, 22; Simon Laney 24; Paul Lee 23; Rory Mann 22; Nick Booth 22; Darren Ridgers 20; Dong Ming Lau 20

The promotion favourites in Division Two are also starting to turn the screw with Rob Goldfinch hitting a 32 for Hindhead RBL B in a 4-0 whitewash of fellow hopefuls Traco B.

They’re five clear of Bourne B, who drew 2-2 with Hindhead RBL D, but it’s tight with only three points separating second and seventh.

Paul Ferguson got breaks of 25 and 20 for fourth-placed Liss RBL C against Passfield, who are level on points, while Farnham Cons B and Rowledge B kept up the pressure with 3-1 wins over Comrades B and Traco E, respectively.

Division Two results

Liss RBL C 2-2 Passfield; Hindhead RBL B 4-0 Traco B; Farnham Cons B 3-1 Comrades B; Bourne B 2-2 Hindhead RBL A; Rowledge B 3-1 Traco E


Rob Goldfinch 32; Tony Hinton 25; Paul Ferguson 25 & 20; Andrew Gething 24; Thomas Hibberd 24

The title race in Division Three is becoming a procession as Alton Cons A continued their relentless pursuit with a 3-1 win over Rowledge C to open up an eight-point lead over Sovereign D.

Ben Coombes continued his fine season with an excellent 33 break – his sixth 20-plus knock of the campaign – for Bourne A, who are third with a game in hand following a 3-1 away win to Traco F.

There was also a big 4-0 win for Bordon A against Lindford C.

Division Three results

Alton Cons A 3-1 Rowledge C; Traco F 1-3 Bourne A; Bordon A 4-0 Lindford C; Lindford D 3-1 Bordon B; Traco C 1-3 Sovereign D; Frensham D 3-1 Alton Cons F


Ben Coombes 33; Peter Blissett 25; Andy Bryant 20