Riley's lead cut after Cuemen hang on to share the points
PREMIER Division leaders Riley's A had their lead at the top cut to two points as they recorded their second consecutive draw.
Andy Neck (pictured right) scored a break of 37 in the second frame of their 3-3 draw with seventh-placed Preston Cue G.
Preston's Andy Fitzgerald scored breaks of 31 and 32, and Yannis Westcott scored a break of 37 in the final frame of the evening.
Moving up to second place are St Anne's A, who recorded their fourth win of the season when they beat bottom of the table Upton Social A.
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Alan Tunney scored breaks of 69 and a 41 clearance for St Anne's, with Phil Redman winning Upton's only frame.
Martin Makinen scored a break of 48 and Darren Smith scored a break of 44 as St Anne's Q moved up to third place and maintained their unbeaten record with a 4-2 win over St Marychurch Conservative E.
The defeat saw the Conservatives slip several places to sixth after their second consecutive defeat.
Preston Cue A took their spot, moving up two places to fourth, as they won the final two frames of the match to beat St Marychurch Conservative A.
Paignton Club slipped three places to fifth as they had their free week, while Jerry Passmore scored a break of 39 in the fifth frame as eighth placed St Anne's E beat Brixham Conservative A 5-1.
Preston Conservative A maintained their four-point advantage over the chasing pack with a 4-2 win over St Anne's B.
But second-placed Torquay Squash D kept pace as they came from 2-1 down to beat sixth placed St Anne's D 4-2, who tasted defeat for the first time this season.
Torre Conservative A stayed in third, but lost ground as they came from 3-1 down to earn a 3-3 draw with seventh placed Teignmouth British Legion A. Brixham Conservative C moved up to fourth, as they came from 2-0 down to draw against Torquay Squash C.
Torquay Squash A recorded their second win on the trot with a 5-1 win over winless Brixham Sea Anglers B. Hookhills A had a free week.
Brixham Sea Anglers A maintained their two-point advantage as they came back from losing the opening frame to beat Brixham Conservative B 3-2.
Second placed Kirkham Street B came from 2-1 down to beat bottom of the table Preston Conservative C, John Nugent with a break of 24 in the final frame.
Brixham Conservative D stayed in third place as they beat fifth placed Torquay Squash B 3-2, while Kas Symonds (22) and Shawn Attwood (25) chipped in with breaks as fourth placed Preston Cue E beat Totnes Conservative B 3-2. Totnes won the final two frames to keep the score line respectable, while they move up three places after winning their appeal against a five-point deduction from earlier in the season.
Elsewhere, seventh placed Palace Place B recorded their third win of the season, as they beat Newton Mid Devon Constitutional Z 4-1. Jamie Pearce won Newton's only frame.
At the bottom end of the table, James Pullen scored a break of 34 as 10th-placed Preston Cue W beat Kirkham Street A 3-2.
Preston Cue C started the New Year by taking over at the top of their division with a 5-0 win over Teignmouth British Legion B.
Riley's D held on to second place, and are level on points with the leaders, as they beat seventh placed Roundham B 3-2, who won the final two frames.
Torwood Conservative suffered their first defeat of the season to slip to third place, despite coming back from 2-0 down to level the match. But Phil Cholerton won the last frame to give Preston Cue H a 3-2 victory.
Preston Cue B stayed in fourth place, but closed in on the promotion places as they beat Hookhills B, who had Dean Sherman as their only winner.
St Marychurch Conservative B recorded their fifth win as they beat Ellacombe Conservative C 3-2, while Torbay Royal Yacht Club A beat bottom of the table Preston Cue D, who are still looking to avoid defeat this season.
Captains are reminded that fixture cards have to filled out at the start of the match, with full names written in. Teams that continue not to fill in names correctly will lose the frame point.
Captains are also reminded that players from their team need to hold a full membership for the club they are representing, and that some clubs have dress codes and rules that need to be abided by.
Players can only play for one team in the division. Players can play for a higher division team from the same club up to three times before their move has to become permanent.