Top three unbeaten in cribbage league

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The top three teams in the Border Invitation Cribbage League remain unbeaten, the Clare Bell lead after a 9-6 win against the Angel.

Enjoying the same scoreline, Glemsford Club A are two points behind with a victory over the Stoke Lion.

Barnardiston Arms complete the trio, thrashing the Glemsford Club B ,10-5, winning on all three tables.

A narrow 8-7 win for the Cavendish Bull over the Melford Working Men’s Club moved them up into fourth, the Melford Club have yet to win a match.

Melford Hare, at the bottom, are still looking for a win.

Despite their first defeat last week, Clare Ex Service Club bounced back with a 12-3 win at the Melford British Legion to open a 10-point lead in the Glemsford and District Cribbage League.

Cavendish Bull jump up four places in to second spot above Stoke Lion and Melford Hare all on 27 points.

Winning two of their previously three postponed matches Clare Globe moved up to ninth place from the bottom of the table.

Glemsford Club B moved up to three points behind the Club’s A side with a 10-5 win at the Glemsford Angel A the Club’s A losing 10-5 to the Glemsford Cherries.

Angel B fared better, winning 9-6 at the Stoke Lion.

Glemsford Cock lost their fourth match in a row to Melford Working Men’s Club, who took four points with a narrow 8-7 win.

The Pinkuah Arms enjoyed an 8-7 win over Melford Working Men’s Club A to put them on 29 points, along with three other teams.