Exchange remains on the top of the ladder after a dominant win in round nine of the Deniliquin & District Pool Competition on Wednesday.
Exchange made it a clean sweep with a 10-0 victory against the Globe.
Second placed Pretty Pine are not far behind with a 6-5 win against bottom of the ladder Buncha Two.
Tatts were up by two games against Buncha One with 6-4, while Zoo One and Zoo Two went head to head with Zoo Two coming out on top by one point 6-5. Coach House had the bye.
Three game winners were C Burn, N Goudie (Exchange); B Fisher (Buncha One); R Bish, M Beeche (Tatts).
Tomorrow night’s draw is as follows: Zoo Two v Exchange, Buncha One v Pretty Pine, Tatts v Buncha Two, Coach House v Globe. Zoo One has the bye.