THE Blyth Valley Pool Association, sponsored by Goschen Street Garage & Union Private Hire, had its biggest upset of the season so far with Annitfords Irish Club severly denting the Percy’s title challenge beating them 7-6 in a sudden death play-off.
Jason Ritson was the star for Annitsford, winning both his singles before edging the decider.
The Sports Club A remain top after a solid 9-3 win over a strong Comrades B team.
Bedlington Station Club kept the pressure up with a convincing 10-2 win over Cramlington Village A.
Cramlington Village B also suffered a heavy defeat to the Comrades A, 9-3, whilst the Seahorse edged a tight game against the Brockwell Seam 7-5.
In the final match of the night Sports Club B had a good win at Newsham Side Club 8-4 with captain Ian Straughan coming away with a 100 per cent record, winning all three games.
This Thursday sees a break from league action as the teams enter the first round of the three-a-side competition.