Runaway Barnetby are able to toast a league title double
All matches in the league have now been completed, but due to some results sheets not being received, it has not been possible to finalise all of the tables in this week's report.
In Division One, Perrys Sports have retained their title by a clear 16 points.
Second-placed Cemex were not able to maintain their early season form in the latter stages of their league programme.
But they did end the summer with 10-2 points win at home to Rose Leisure, a result which carried a 90-64 shots success.
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Winning rinks for Cemex were R Horsewood, S Redhead, P Cranidge (35 to 12 shots), H Horsewood, A Dann, S Hutchinson (23-15) and J Hutchinson, T Gaytor, A Hutchinson (19-13).
The battle for top spot in Division Two proved much closer with Rose Leisure B prevailing over Burton Stather by just a single point.
Elsewhere, Co-op faced a home match against Belton and managed an 8-4 points win (60 to 56 shots) after both teams had claimed a victory on two rinks each.
Successful rinks for Co-op were M Eyres, A Revell, T Brown (21-7) and N Ellis, I Revell, S Simpson (16-10), while for Belton, S Brunton, M Walls, M Frankland (23-8) and Z Gray, D Hopkins, M Hopkins (16-15) were winners.
Barnetby, who have had it all their own way during the second half of the season, beat Brigg B to the Division Three title by 10 points.
But the runners-up at least secured a promotion place in winning fashion as they took a tough 8-4 victory (78-67 in shots) against Bottesford.
Winning combinations for Brigg were R Heath, A Mawer, B Clark (28-16) and V Bolton, N Baxter, J Chudley (24-12) and for Bottesford, B Cook, M Medhurst, C Robinson (23-13) and J Townsend, B Briggs, H Maud (16-13).
Barnetby's B team followed up their first-team's success by securing top spot in Division Four.
There was a fairytale ending for the club of the season, Kirton Lindsey, in Division Five as they achieved second place after putting together a set of remarkable results to finish the season.
Railway Sports hosted Scunthorpe in the last match of their campaign and won by eight to four points (74 to 73 shots).
Successful rinks for Railway were B Crettin, D Levitt, B Brader (24-9) and J Ancliff, D Tong, K Selby (18-15). For Scunthorpe, R Hutchinson, J Ellis, T Braithwait (28-13) and J Ashton, D Rosemund, T Hardy (21-19) came out on top.
There was a familiar story in the Ladies' League, with Perrys Sports again taking the title ahead of Cemetery Road, thanks to their consistency.
The champions' last match of the season was away at Messingham and resulted in a 10 points (60 to 49 shots) clean sweep.
DIVISION ONE: Cemex 12 Brigg 0, Cemex 10 Rose Leisure 2, Epworth 10 Scotter 2.
DIVISION TWO: Co-op 8 Belton 4, Belton 10 Appleby Frod 2, Highfield House 8 Messingham 4, Cemex B 10 Belton 2.
DIVISION THREE: Brigg B 8 Bottesford 4, Brigg B 8 North Kelsey 4.
DIVISION FOUR: North Lindsey B 8 Brigg C 4.
DIVISION FIVE: Railway Sports C 8 Scunthorpe B 4.
LADIES LEAGUE: Bottesford 10 Brigg 0, Messingham 0 Perrys Sports 10, Brigg 1 Cemetery Road 9, Brigg 2 Perrys Sports 8, Scunthorpe 8 Winterton 2, Rose Leisure 8 Winterton 2.