Three Pigeons hit a massive 95 dolls in their 3-0 win at home to New Club in Section 1, writes ANDY BEAL.

The Pigeons triumphed with leg scores of 30-22, 32-19 and 33-19.

Three players hit a six, with Dave Townsend (5-4-6) and Neil Lyon (6-4-5) top scoring with 15 dolls apiece.

Graham Wilsdon (3-6-3) also racked up a maximum in his dozen dolls.

New Club's Adie Shepherd (6-4-5) hit 15 dolls, but it proved in vain.

Premier leaders Cricketers also hit 95 dolls, including a leg score of 38, with Phil The Machine' Adams hitting his third double sixer of the season in a 3-0 win over the Kings Arms 3-0.

Adams top-scored with 16 dolls as Cricketers took the three legs, 29-20, 28-20 and 38-17.

Den Sellar, Kevin Baker and Barry Townsend also hit sixes.

John Allnut (6-5-3) hit 14 dolls, but it couldn't save Gladiators from a 2-1 home defeat by Garsington Sports Club.

Gladiators took the first leg 26-23, but Garsignton fought back well to take the next two 28-26, 26-23.

Martin Ruffels (5-5-4) top scored for Garsington with 14 dolls.

In Section 2, Kidlington Sports Club ran out 3-0 winners over Tiddington Cricket Club.

They scraped home 18-17 in the first leg, but then took the next two with ease, 24-16, 29-18.

Dave Williams (3-4-6) starred with 13 dolls.

In Section 3, Donnington Club A edged out White House B 2-1.

Donnington won the first leg 15-14 and the second on three sticks after a 17-17 tie, before White House grabbed the final leg 21-19.

Brian Simpson (2-6-4) was top dog for Donnington with 12 dolls.

Rodney Mace hit his first six as Red Lion Eynsham defeated Quarry Gate 2-1 in Section 4.

Mace could muster only one doll in his first two throws, but then whacked off his six in the final leg as they ran out winners 13-16, 20-14, 21-14.

Chandos Arms beat the Cricketers 3-0 in Section 8, but the game was a lot closer than the score suggests.

Chandos won the opening leg 18-15 and then set 17 in the next leg.

Cricketers' anchor man, Paul Burden, whipped of the three dolls needed to tie the leg 17-17, but they lost out on the three-stick shoot-out.

Cricketers then set 15 in the final leg and Chandos anchor man Alan Bolster, needing four to take the leg, knocked off all six.

Dave Fry (4-4-4) top scored with a steady 12 dolls.

Paul Burton hit a six in his ten dolls for Six Bells, but it could not prevent them losing 2-1 to Kings Arms.

They lost the first leg 13-8 and the second on three sticks after a 12-12 tie.

Burton's six in the final leg grabbed them a point as they took the leg 14-12.

John Radcliffe Club blew away the Kite 3-0 in Section 12.

They won the legs 7-5, 10-5, 7-5 with Jon Goodenough top-scoring with nine dolls.