It's taken five weeks but Eltham Terrace Club A have lost their unbeaten run in the South London & Kent Pool Alliance Premier Division and as a result their place at the top of the table.

Hotshots were the team to take it from them and they did it in style with an, 11-4 victory.

Conor Hewson and Richard Chapman both won three out of three for Hotshots, with Hewson's including a break and dish in the second set.

Dan Heinink also performed a break and dish for Terrace in set three.

Hotshots rise to third joining Terrace on 42 points, who dropped to second, with Eltham Terrace Rovers replacing them at the top by just one point, after their incredible win this week.

They played Hustlers B, who were on the back of some good wins themselves but Rovers were in top form running out, 13-2 winners.

Rovers took the first set, 4-1 and didn't look back sandwiching the second set whitewash with another, 4-1 triumph in the final set.

It was a great all round team performance, with Darren Porter, Ryan Francis and Dean Rider all finishing on unbeaten hat-tricks and Chris Hobbis won both of his frames.

Hustlers remain one place off the bottom, as Bellegrove Social Club are still winless, after they were beaten by Eltham Terrace Nuthouse.

For the first time this season a Nuthouse game didn't finish, 8-7 but it was close, as this one ended, 9-6.

It was even closer when you consider Bellegrove took the first two sets, 3-2 for a, 6-4 lead, needing just one frame from the last set but they didn't manage it, as Nuthouse won all five to take the match.

Steve Knight won his only frame for Bellegrove, as did Dave Sparey for Nuthouse but team mate Louis Wilbourne was man of the match, winning a frame in each set.

Matching Nuthouse in achieving their fourth, 8-7 result in a row are Bellegrove, who beat Hustlers Simply Lovleh this week.

This was an entertaining game with some good pool played by both sides, particularly Barry Barham, who won both of his frames for the victors as did Paul Williams for the Lovlehs but team mate Clive Black went one better with a hat-trick.

Going into this match these teams were second and third but they've dropped to fourth and fifth, after other team's bigger scores.

Just below Bellegrove in sixth are Hustlers A, after they bullied their way to a, 10-5 triumph over Pickwick, who played poorly and were lucky to get five frames.

The top players were Adam Coppen and Tony Gear, who both scored three out of three.

With no unbeaten teams in this division, it looks like this one is going to go right down to the wire, as the top eight are separated by eleven points.

Sharks have regained their place at the top of the SLKPA Division One by keeping their unbeaten run going, with a, 10-5 triumph over Eltham Terrace Rack Pack.

It looked like Sharks were going to run away with it when they won the first set, 5-0 but Rack Pack staged a mini comeback in the second taking it, 3-2 however, Sharks turned it on again in the final set, winning it, 3-2.

Tom Ingham started Rack Pack's comeback and went on to win another frame in the final set for an unbeaten brace with Sharks' Captain, Kevin Dempsey doing the same.

Sharks have replaced Rugrats at the top of the division and Rose Inn have also taken advantage of Rugrats free week, knocking them into third, after a, 9-6 triumph over Rugrats sister team, CSC Mr's & Miss Q's.

Dean Taylor was the pick of the bunch for Rose, winning all three of his frames, with a break and dish in the second set and Jack Wilson did the same in the third.

The rest of the division is pretty much as you are because no other games were played this week.

Running away with the second division are Bellegrove Flyers, as they opened up a six point lead at the top, after beating bottom of the table, Happy Hustlers by 11 frames to 4.

The first two sets were close, with Flyers just nicking them, 3-2 but they did the damage in the final set whitewashing it, 5-0.

Graham Lamb and Nick Stearns were the inspiration behind the victory, both scoring an unbeaten hat-trick and they were supported by new boy Kevin Saunders, who got off to his own flyer by winning both his frames.

Staying above Hustlers are Foots Cray Social Club, after their shock, 9-6 triumph over North Heath Social Club.

Continuing their good form in their first season in the SLKPA are New Eltham Social Club but they had a fight on their hands as Academicals won the first two sets, 3-2 to take a, 6-4 lead into the final set.

However, New Eltham weren't giving up their second spot easily and whitewashed the last set to win the match, 9-6 to create an eight point cushion between them and North Heath in third.

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