Jon Wright’s break of 80 helped Lavenham Legion B defeat Earls Colne A 3-2 to stay top of the group in the Sudbury Snooker League Handicup Cup.
Trailing 40 points in the opening frame to Mark Harris, Wright knocked in a superb 80 break to put his side in front.
Mike Hazell doubled Legion’s lead before Dave Stuart pulled one back with a win over Glen Avey.
The hosts sealed the victory when Dave Mortier overcame James Monk, with Harris taking the last frame.
Sible Hedingham stayed in second place with a 3-2 win over Earls Colne B, while bottom club Long Meflord Working Men’s C recorded their first win in the cup after beating S Club 47 3-2.
Lavenham Legion A moved up to joint third in the table after a 3-2 success against Sudbury SC A.
Peter Sturgeon, Mark Delves and John Goodchild saw the hosts race into a 3-0 lead before Dean Marshall and Bryan Sinclair ensured there would be no whitewash for the current holders.