Loxton Ladies keep pressure on the leaders
LOXTON Ladies pulled away in the third and fourth quarters to beat D J Devils 41-22.
Devils were only four goals down at half time, but Lucy Darke was instrumental in pushing Loxton ahead.
Joanna Reed took player of match for D J Devils for excellent centre court play.
Gulls enjoyed a solid win against Falcons 62-19. Sarah Robinson worked tirelessly at centre to maximise the opportunities for Falcons.
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Gulls' defence were on form with Sam Shaw (GD) taking PoM for her high interception count.
Emma Green demonstrated her prowess in defence as GK,GD and WD and took PoM for Mount Stuart Hospital in their 44-24 win over Red Rock, for whom Chrissy Lewis was PoM.
Manor gained an early lead on Dawn's Army with some exceptional shooting by PoM Katie Clark and went on to win 50-34.
The third quarter was Dawns Army's best with them matching Manor goal for goal. Emily Gomez (GK) took PoM for Dawn's Army.
WELSWOOD Ceramics won a ding-dong encounter with Tornado Apollo 33-30.
Ceramics had a 7-1 lead early in the game, but Apollo fought back and the lead changed hands numerous times until Wellswood got ahead in the third quarter.
Emma Browne at centre for Wellswood took PoM, along with the GS Emily Grove for Apollo.
Absolute Sales and Lettings battled with only six players again against the top team Eagles, who eventually pulled away with great scoring from POM Natasha Johns to win 35-19. Cheryl Fisher received POM for Absolute.
Five-strong Sea Snacks did well to keep the scoreline respectable against Centrax, who defeated them 35-22.
Harbourway Hawks beat Ark Angels 47-35 to register their first win of the season.
ARK Angels destroyed Allsorts 45-7 to get back to business after a week off.
Goal-attack Sarah Edwards made sure daughter GS Leanne Edwards was constantly supplied with conversion chances to keep her team ahead.
Allsorts GD Kirsty Relph won some great interceptions but could do little to stem the volley of goals.
Bobcats beat South Devon College 25-24 to claim their first win of the season.
It was some consolation to College to come away with two points for their efforts, especially centre Laura Payne who so well redirecting play.
Impressive defence work from Emmie Lee made the difference to the final outcome.
Pumas lost for the first time this season when Twinkle Toes beat them 25-22.
Leads were exchanged throughout in a fast-paced match with GA Emily West never failing to disappoint her team with some cracking shots from the edge of the circle.
Ruth Wooton at centre for Pumas had a great game.
Music Café have been deducted 10 point for playing an unregistered player in there fixture against MHW Engineering. All goals scored in the match were withdrawn from the table.