Workington Golf Club kept themselves in the race for the Window Outlet Cockermouth and District Snooker League division one title with a 6-0 home win over the United Club.

Golf Club wins for Bryan Walker, Mark Brasted, Stephen Jackson, Mark Carruthers, Phil Sorfleet and Ian Fulton delivered the whitewash to see them remain in third just four points off the top. The United Club still keep their third spot in division two.

Division one top team, Station Road B kept their foot on the gas with a 5-1 away victory over division two's Workington Legion. Wins for Station B's Simon Frazer, Peter O’Hagan and Shane Ayre allowed the visitors to lead 3-1. A good win for Mark Ritson in frame two was still carrying some confidence in to the final two frames for the Legion.

However this quickly evaporated as frame winning breaks of 30 and 32 from Station B's Tony Elliott and Stephen O'Hagan respectively was enough to close out the match.

Station Road A continued to pile the pressure on their fellow division two title contenders as another sweeping victory, 6-0 over division one's Flimby Social, now puts them five points clear at the top of the table.

Flimby, fielding a strong side, were powerless against the Station Road A charge as Tom Thompson, John Teasdale, Darren Lawson, Mike Walker, Keith Telford and Geoff Smith delivered the whitewash in style.

Division one's second placed side Workington Conservative Club maintained pace with those teams around them with a 5-1 win against division two’s Maryport Social B.

Victories for Alan Moore (30 break), Julian Plaza, Mike Park (30 break), Ryan Barker and Dave Holland (34 break) allowed the Cons side to deliver the win with only Maryport B's Ben Scott offering any consolidation with a second frame victory.

Finally, division two's Maryport Social A turned a 2-0 deficit into a 4-2 away win as they defeated division one's Workington Veterans Club. Kevin Basnett and Mike Dawson gave the Vets the best possible start but as Ryan Ismay won the third the charge begun.

Before the Vets side had chance to look over their shoulders Paul Lister, John Fleming and Andrew Henderson all raced to victory in an impressive match win.