Premier division: Falmouth Docks A have a four point lead over St Austell A at top of the Premier division of the West Cornwall Table Tennis League.
Docks A suffered their first defeat of the season losing 6-4 at the hands of rivals Docks B.
Jeremy Williams won all three of his matches, helped by two wins from Martin Rule, and one from Locryn Vandervelde.
Adrian Noott lost his 100 per cent average this season but still won two, with Dave Waddington winning one and the doubles.
Docks A maintain the top spot in the league after a comprehensive 8-2 win over Docks C. Adrian and Dave were both unbeaten and Paul Jenkin chipped in with two.
Malcolm Peters won the only singles point for Docks C, and he teamed up with Steve Lobb to win the doubles.
Docks B then hosted Docks C and ran out comfortable 8-2 winners. Martin and Jeremy each won three of their matches, and Locryn won one, meaning Docks B rapidly climb the table.
St Austell A are continuing their strong second half of the season with a 10-0 demolition of Peoples Palace A, followed by a 9-1 win away at St Ives A.
Carl Baldry and Alex Wright both won five from five, with James Wright winning four from five.
Bridge A have consolidated third position in the table following a 9-1 win at home to St Ives A, followed by a comfortable 8-2 win over two man People’s Palace A.
Will Abouelhana won all five of his matches, Kelly Reed and Austin Chapman both won four from five.
Palace A then hosted Docks D, with two-man Palace securing a hard fought 6-4 win. Adam Tatlow was the player of the match and unbeaten. Steve Hunt won two from three. The pair ensured the win with victory in the doubles.
Division one: Mounts Bay A have a slender one point lead over Cape Cornwall A at the top of the first division table.
Mounts Bay beat both Docks F and Harris Mill 8-2, with Nigel and Mark Cock both unbeaten over the two matches, and Robert Dyer winning three from five.
Cape then visited Mounts Bay for a top of the table clash which ended in a hard fought draw. An excellent unbeaten performance from Robert Fuller, stripped Nigel Cock of his unbeaten record this season.
He was supported with one point each from Scott Meagor and David May.
Cape Cornwall’s previous two matches saw them win 8-2 away at Palace B, and 10-0 at home to Harris Mill. Scott and Robert were both unbeaten, and David won four from six.
Bridge B are in a strong third position in the table following three consecutive victories. They won 7-3 away at Docks E, 9-1 at home to Mylor A, and 6-4 away at Palace B. Paul Thomas won seven out of nine, Bernard Harvey and Nigel Tregenza both won five from six, and Ryan Reed two from five.
However Callum Lewis produced an outstanding performance for Docks E to beat all three of them.
In Palace B’s other match they beat Penpol 7-3, Paul Mallen won four from six and Colin Flook three from six.
Docks G overcame Docks F 7-3 as Charlie Scorse won three, Jack Cortis two and Charlie Johns one.
Division two: Marazion hold on the top spot in the second division with a seven point lead over St Ives B, who have a game in hand.
Marazion beat both Docks L and Cape Cornwall B 7-3.
Mike Elford was the outstanding performer, winning four from five. Harry Stanbury won three, and Neil Pinkett two.
St Ives could only manage a draw against two men Cape Cornwall B as Josh Francis and Andrew Tyson both won one.
Jeremy Oates for Cape was too strong for them ending unbeaten, Howard Charman won one and the doubles to secure the draw.
Docks J are well placed to mount a challenge for the title, being only eight points off Marazion with a game in hand after two 7-3 wins over Docks L and Palace C.
Two excellent performances saw Josh Copeland win six from six, David Greenough four and Roger Scorse two from six.
Morgan Cardell claimed two points for Docks L and Finley Thomson one. Chris Buckingham won two and Andy Parker one for Palace C.
Palace then hosted Docks L with the home team convincing 8-2 winners. Chris and Andy were both unbeaten, and Sam Skinner chipped in with a win of his own. Morgan and Finley both won one point each for Docks L.
Division three: Docks M are level on points with Saracens A at the top of the third division, but have a game in hand.
Docks M beat Mylor B 7-3 before they beat Docks P 9-1 at home.
Mark Tynan was the standout performer, winning six from six. Dan Preston won five, and youngster Dylan Tynan four from six. Richard Piggott won two for Mylor.
Saracens A whitewashed Saracens B 10-0 before, registering two 7-3 wins over Docks N and Mounts Bay B.
Paige Baker won eight out of nine, Josh Preston seven, and Freya Tuffrey six from nine.
Joe Tuffrey was the player of the match against Saracens A beating all three for Docks N’s points.
Cape Cornwall C are well placed in third following two 9-1 victories over Docks N and Docks P.
Kaye Stenner unbeaten with Elaine Fuller and Basil Stephens both winning five from six. Mylor B are up to fourth in the table after a comfortable 9-1 win over Docks Q.
David Jenkin and David Marshall both unbeaten with two from Christine Allen. Palace E have had a productive fortnight as they've beaten Docks Q and Saracens B 9-1.
Doreen Davis and Steve Manico both won five from six, Gareth Allen and Tim Weaver both won three from three.
Docks P beat Docks Q 8-2, Richard and Chloe Crilly both ending the night unbeaten with Chloe Parsons winning two from three.
Lily Owen won the only singles point for Docks Q and she teamed up with Bryn Owen to win the doubles.