KAREN Corr snared a super 69 break in a Bourne Snooker Club romp to raise the bar in Spalding and District League Division Four.
The O35 handicap potter reeled off the score as Bourne B whitewashed second-placed Consti J 6-0, beating the previous best effort in the fourth tier by 12.
That result allowed leaders Donington B to move four points clear at the top – despite their 4-2 loss at Consti D.
Steve Moore (R14) led the charge for Consti with a 24 break, while a black ball win from Dave Ingle (R21) at the death sealed the success.
In Division One it’s an all Donington affair, as the A and the C team lead the way.
Donington C romped to a 6-0 victory over Holbeach A, with Neil Reynolds (O49) trousering a cool 36 break.
That scoreline hauled them level with friendly foes Donington A, who were 4-2 winners over BSC B. Nigel Brasier (scr) and Martin Spencer (O7) pocketed scores of 25 in that clash.
Third-placed Pyramid F are just a point behind the leading duo after handing Crowland D a 5-1 home reverse.
Jason Green (O56) was the star turn, amassing a superb 56 break for the high-fliers.
At the other end of the standings, BSC A finally registered their first league win.
Mark Woodberry (O28) plundered a 36 break as they took the scalp of Long Sutton A 5-1. After seven successive losses, the victory moves them within striking distance of a clutch of sides above.
Meanwhile, it’s as you were at the top of Division Two after Long Sutton D and Holbeach D both bagged 4-2 wins.
Sutton edged out Boundary B on their home baize to stay one point clear, with Paul Turnell (scr) hitting a 21 break.
Holbeach had just too much for hosts Consti B, with a black ball victory from Neil Grant (R14) proving pivotal.
A further two points back, Consti I were also 4-2 winners. Gosberton A were on the receiving end, despite breaks of 29 and 21 respectively from Lee Watson (scr) and Carl Wand (R7). Elsewhere, Consti H saw their perfect start to the Division Three season ended by Tulips B.
Seb Grimston (O21) notched a 24 break for the leaders, but lost the final frame against Mark Howlett (scr) as Tulips ran out 4-2 winners.
That allowed Crowland A to take over at the summit following a 4-2 triumph over fellow club side Crowland B.
Steve Jennings (O14) reeled off a fine 24 break for the new leaders, who are a solitary point ahead.