DIVISION One leaders Fenway A saw off Plough 11-7 in a top of the table clash in Spalding and District Ladies' League.
However, the win did not extend their lead – with Ye Olde Dun Cow now in second after beating Riverside 10-8.
A 140 from Tina Gent helped guide Fenway to victory, while Dawn Wright nailed a 180 in Ye Olde Dun Cow's success.
Meanwhile, it's all square at the top of Division Two.
Black Bull's 9-9 draw at Bell B (WH) allowed Holbeach USC to join them on 15 points. They saw off Elizabethan B, with Claire Latham throwing 134.
Elsewhere, Katie Dunmore threw 140 as New Saracen's Head beat Jolly Farmer 11-7.
In Division Three, Bell A (WH) beat Robin Hood A 12-6 to move level with Fenway B at the top.
Debbie Andrew managed a 140 for Robin Hood.
Results: Division One –Plough (HSJ) 7 Fenway A 11; Dun Cow 10 Rivrside 8; Horse & Groom 8 Elizabethan A 10. Division Two – Tulips 8 Ship 10; Elizabethan B 8 Holbeach USC 10; Bell (WH) 9 Black Bull 9; NSH 11 Jolly Farmer 7. Division Three – Star 9 Jolly Crispin 9; Robin Hood A 6 Bell A (WH) 12; Robin Hood B 7 Vine 11; Robin Hood C 0-10 walkover by Robin Hood B.
l Hereward Sports Pinchbeck and District League: Pinchbeck SC B moved 28 points clear at the top of Division A.
They extended their winning run to seven games after disposing of basement side Queen A with minimal fuss.
Paul Quincey and Sam Roberts both threw 180s for the leaders, as did Queen's Paul Bristow.
Meanwhile, Anchor leapfogged Five Bells into second place after handing them a 14-7 beating. Mick Hewitt notched a 180 for Anchor.
Results: Division A – Ship 14 Riverside 7; Pinchbeck SC B 16 Queen A 5; Five Bells A 7 Anchor A 14. Division B – Fisherman's Arms A 7 Vine 14; Duke of York 12 Fisherman's Arms B 9.