Glemsford Black Lion A scored a double over the B team in the Border Invitation Cribbage League with a 10-5 victory to start the second half of the season in style.
Stoke-by-Clare Lion suffered the same fate against the Barnardiston Arms with a narrow 8-7 defeat gaining them just one point, but it was enough to them at the top.
Glemsford Black Lion C suffered a second 9-6 defeat at the hands of Clare Bell, but it was revenge time for Cavendish Bull after a close match against Cherry Tree with an 8-7 win giving them three points.
However, they remain bottom of the table.
Melford Working Men’s Club took four points off the Hare to move up the table.
n Winning all their seven games in the Glemsford and District Cribbage Leagues Charity Crib Drive saw Bill and Theresa Nichols (Barnardiston Arms) win the Richer Cup and a £30 cash prize.
The runners-up prize of £20 went to Colin Debourg and Dave Buntin (Glemsford Cock), who won six of their games, while Brian Chapman and Betty Raymond (Glemsford Cherry) had the best average of four couples by winning five games and received £10.
All the teams provided raffle prizes which enabled the league treasurer Dave Buntin to hand the press officer of the Sudbury First Responders a cheque for £220.