The Blyth Valley Pool Association, sponsored by Breakers Pool Bar, saw the teams in the Super League and Premier League play their 24th round of matches.
In the Super League, the status quo remains with defending champions Irish A maintaining a seven-point lead over Comrades B.
The Premier League continues to be lead by Breakers A, whose advantage has been reduced to four points by Sports Club D. In third place are Wharton Arms.
Comrades A 6 Sports C 6; Seahorse A 5 Bedlington Station 7; Sports B 2 Irish A 10; Sun A 2 Comrades B 10; Irish B 9 Side Club 3; Seahorse B had a bye.
Breakers B 6 Sports A 6; Breakers C 8 Percy 4; Cambois Club 4 Breakers A 8; Hastings 8 Sun B 4; Port of Call 0 Wharton 12; Sports D 8 South Beach 4.
The BVPA staged its first ever singles competition for Premier League players at Breakers Pool Bar on Saturday March, and from a 30-player field, Breakers A’s Trevor Brewis won the final 7-4 against a game Jamie Spratt from Wharton Arms to pocket the £200 first prize.
Spratt took home £100 and semi-finalists Brandon McCann and David Young each won £50.