Willington shocked their visitors, the reigning league champions and unbeaten, Old Shildon when they came through to an odd point victory.

The home side had wins from Gordon Parkin, Arthur Goldsborough and Tom Parkin, whilst Charlie Blake and Andrew Aisbitt replied for the visitors.

In the top match of the week Wheatley Hill A inflicted the second defeat of the season on their league leading hosts at Fishburn A. The Hill began with a win from Alan Hall but Charlie Hirst levelled. Ronnie Peacock and Dean Bryden then put the visitors into a winning position and Dave Walker finished it in style with a 40 break. The positions at the top of the First Division now have Fishburn A ahead by one point from Old Shildon, who are one ahead of Wheatley Hill A

Shotton Palms looked to be going well on their visit to Brandon when Paul Hickman and John Armstrong took the first two points. However the home side levelled with wins from Brian Graham and Graeme Jackson. Brandon went to victory when Kevin Sample beat Barry Hall in the decider.

Newton Aycliffe grabbed their first win of the season when they beat the visiting Ferryhill. The only point for the visitors came from Dale Hebdon whilst the home side's winners were Simon Tweddle, Michael Hewitt, Bill Barrigan and Ron Hall.

Witton Gilbert slipped to the foot of the First Division for the first time in years when they only managed one point from their home match against Spennymoor B. The Moors took the first four points through Ronnie Bateman, John Wilson, Paul Biddle and Paul Atkinson. Ian Renwick saved the whitewash when he took the final frame for the home side.

Second Division leaders, Newhouse travelled to Stanley Central and went down by the odd point. The home side had wins from Frank Forster, Jim Dufton and Walter Cornell, whilst Steve Mountain and Ian Dinsdale replied.

Crook Belle Vue moved up to share the top spot with Newhouse after they only dropped one point at Meadowfield. Stephen Hughes took the only point for the home side, whilst Ken Rider, Harold Lomax, John Warriner and Arnold Fleming took Crook to victory.

Langley Park are a point behind the joint leaders after they lost in the decider at Wheatley Hill B. Lenny Thompson put the Park ahead but Wheatley Hill then had wins from Jock Frost and Dave Blyth but Ray Coates levelled the match. In the decider, the Hill's Tony Ellison beat Stephen Renwick.

Fishburn B went two up on their trip to Durham City with wins from Alan Wilson and Keith Binks. However Kevin Smith and Michael Pratt squared the match and the City went to victory when Gary Ward put in a 33 break to beat Winston Hodgson in the decider.

Spennymoor B moved up to share fourth place in the Second Division with Durham City after they edged through against the visiting Sherburn Village. The visitors took the first and last frames through John Bower and Scott Mallaburn, whilst wins from Kurt McCormack, Alan Rowell and Alan Shaw took the Moors to victory.

Willy Nixon put Sacriston on up at Third Division leaders, Crowtrees but then the home side took over. They won the remaining frames through John Hall, Sean Johnston, Peter Laverick and Sonny Hann. This result pushed Crowtrees one point ahead of Wingate, who were without a match.

New Durham stayed in third place with a win in the decider against the visiting Leeholme A. Barry Shaw put the visitors ahead only to see Phil Garr and Gary Bowes push the home side ahead. David Fletcher levelled the match but new Durham went to victory when Tony Thompson beat Ian North in the decider.

Coundon were able to move up level with New Durham after they came away from Leeholme B with four points. Only Mark Brown won for the home side, whilst Ross Hardacre, Frank Nicholson, Dennis Payne and Malcolm Rider won for Coundon.

Hunwick moved up to mid-table in the Third Division when they took the first four frames at Tow Law with wins from Tom Ward, Trevor Lomax, Barry Fleming and Neville Blenkinsopp. Charlie Donaghy prevented the whitewash by taking the final frame for the Lawyers.

Results: Tow Law 1 Hunwick 4; Spennymoor B 3 Sherburn Village 2; Brandon 3 Shotton Palms 2; Leeholme B 1 Coundon 4; Meadowfield 2 Crook Belle Vue 4; Fishburn A 1 Wheatley Hill A 4; Witton Gilbert 1 Spennymoor A 4; New Durham 3 Leeholme A 2; Wheatley Hill B 3 Langley Park 2; Stanley Central 3 Newhouse 2; Newton Aycliffe 4 Ferryhill 1; Sacriston 1 Crowtrees 4; Durham City 3 Fishburn B 2; Willington 3 Old Shildon 2.

South West

Durham Association

Shildon Elm Road were the only team to cause an upset in the quarter finals of the team Knock Out for they beat the visiting First Division side from Darlington Cricket Club. Bishop Auckland Cricket Club overcame the visiting Darlington Snooker C team, who are just ahead of them in the fight for promotion.

Results: Bishop Auckland Gents A lost to Barnard Castle Glaxo; Darlington Snooker Club B lost to Darlington Riley's; Shildon Elm Road beat Darlington Snooker Club C; Bishop Auckland Cricket Club beat Darlington Snooker Club C.

Semi-final draw: Darlington Riley's v Bishop Auckland Cricket Club and Shildon Elm Road v Barnard Castle Glaxo.

Worthington Durham County CIU Knock-out Cup

Second round draw, to be played on Tuesday, July 16: Leeholme A v Spennymoor A; Old Shildon v Meadowfield; Durham City v Brandon; Sherburn Village v Wheatley Hill B; Wingate v Hunwick; Ferryhill v Stanley Central; Newton Aycliffe v Leeholme B; Fishburn A v Crowtrees.

Team Plate draw, to be played at the same time: Crook Belle Vue v Sacriston; Witton Gilbert v Coundon; Wheatley Hill A v Fishburn B; Tow Law v New Durham; Shotton Palms and Langley Park byes; Newhouse v Willington; Spennymoor B bye.

Worthington CIU Summer Singles Championship

Second round results: Barry Shaw (Leeholme A) lost to Kevin Sample (Brandon); Alan Hall (Wheatley Hill A) beat Charlie Blake (Old Shildon); Ian Hodgson (Meadowfield) lost to Frank Nicholson (Coundon); Gary Bowes (New Durham) beat Gary Ward (Durham City); Dave Walker (Wheatley Hill A) beat Michael Bower (Sherburn Village); Terry Patterson (New Durham) beat Tom Parkin (Willington); Ronnie Peacock (Wheatley Hill A) beat Thomas Cairns (New Durham); Malcolm Hughes (Meadowfield) lost to Sonny Hann (Crowtrees); Tony Thompson (New Durham) lost to John Hall (Brandon); Scott Mallaburn (Sherburn Village) beat Winston Hodgson (Fishburn B); John Hall (Crowtrees) lost to Charlie Donaghy (Tow Law); David Blyth (Wheatley Hill B) lost to Lawrence Jones (Leeholme A); Jimmy Evans (Shotton Palms) beat Sean Johnston (Crowtrees); George Whitelock (Fishburn B) lost to Adrian Twist (Sherburn Village); Peter McGowan (Sherburn Village) beat Jock Frost (Wheatley Hill B).

Worthington CIU Summer Pairs Championship

Second round results: Tom Parkin & Gordon Parkin (Willington) beat Bernie Jones & Mark Wilson (Ferryhill); Dave Robson & Adrian Jones (Ferryhill) beat Dave Walker & Alan Hall (Wheatley Hill A); John Rooney jun & Michael Peart (Witton Gilbert) beat George Whitelock & Wayne Oliver (Fishburn B); Scott Mallaburn & Peter McGowan (Sherburn Village) beat Steve Wray & Glynn Toas (Ferryhill); Billy Goggins & Steven Bennett (Old Shildon) beat Neville Blenkinsopp & Ian Richardson (Hunwick); Jimmy Evans sen & Jimmy Evans jun (Shotton Palms) lost to Michael Pratt & Jossie Aldworth (Old Shildon); Arthur Goldsborough & Jeremy Martin (Willington) beat Paul Johnson & Dennis Corrigan (Witton Gilbert); Terry Patterson & Thomas Cairns (New Durham) beat Mark Brown & Adrian Prest (Leeholme B); Gary Ward & Michael Pratt (Durham City) lost to Brian Graham & John Hall (Brandon); Lawrence Jones & Adrian Forster (Leeholme A) beat Sean Johnston & John Hall (Crowtrees); John Bower & Alan Greener (Sherburn Village) beat Charlie Hirst & Tommy Carter (Fishburn A) ; Frank Nicholson & Dominic Wigley (Coundon) beat George Chapman & Andrew Aisbitt (Cockton Hill); Kevin Sample & Owen Howarth (Brandon) lost to George Brown & Mark Brown (Sacriston); Ronnie Bateman & Paul Biddle (Spennymoor) beat Albert Bower & Michael Bower (Sherburn Village); Stephen Hughes & John Jackson (Meadowfield) lost to John Griffin & John Carter (Fishburn A); John Taylor & Ian Catterson (Leeholme B) lost to Keith McLauchlan & Sonny Hann (Crowtrees).

Jack Jobson Memorial Handicap Singles

Second round draw: Anthony Forster 45 (Leeholme A) v Paul Nord 14 (Witton Gilbert); David Fletcher 45 (Leeholme A) v Ian Dinsdale 24 (Newhouse); Dennis Dodd 26 (Spennymoor A) v John Maddox 16 (Newhouse); Alan Buist 21 (Fishburn B) v John Rooney jun 21 (Witton Gilbert); Jimmy Evans 7 (Shotton Palms) v John Hall 14 (Brandon); Scott Mallaburn 14 (Sherburn Village) bye; Stephen Bainbridge 40 (Leeholme B) v Adrian Prest 50 (Leeholme B); Ronnie Bateman 24 (Spennymoor A) v Stephen Hughes 20 (Meadowfield); Philip Whitfield 30 (Crowtrees) v Alan Greener 24 (Sherburn Village); Michael Pratt 24 (Durham City) v Ian Catterson 50 (Leeholme B); Barry Shaw 14 (Leeholme A) v Adrian Twist 27 (Sherburn Village); John Paul Wringe 28 (Coundon) v Kevin Sample 14 (Brandon); Charlie Donaghy 28 (Tow Law) bye; Lawrence Jones 24 (Leeholme A) v Sean Johnston 28 (Crowtrees); Gary Ward 18 (Durham City) v Frank Nicholson 10 (Coundon); Karl Thompson 45 (Leeholme B) v Barry Stoddart 32 (Durham City). Results to be into the secretary by 10.30pm on Monday, July 22.