Barrow Football Supporters Club were host to the Roose Cons in the fourth round of fixtures in the Barrow Friday League and ran out 16-13 winners.

The home side came out better in the snooker, winning two of the three games, with all them very close. Harry Bateman, who was playing two table games, beat Lee Majors 52-40 and Jimmy Christie beat Nick Wilkes on a black ball game, winning 53-47. Dave Kewley pulled a point back for the visitors by winning 59-47 against Steve Redpath.

The hosts' billiards team also did well by taking two of their games, with Bateman winning comfortably 100-46 and burning the midnight oil in a late match against Peter Roberts. Jimmy Wilson got the better of Mike Irving 100-73, while Rob Chissim won for the away team by the narrowest of margins in beating Adam Cook 100-99.

The darts went to the visitors with a 4-3 result with wins for Majors, Bob Taylor, Irving and Roberts.

The Welch Don games were a bonus for the visiting club, as they took all eight points with the regular pairings of Nick Wilkes/Eric Salton, John Warburton/Jimmy Johnson, Taylor/John Rawlinson and Roberts/Irving all winning.

Leaders British Legion A were comfortable 20-11 winners at Vickerstown Cricket Club, which put them 16 points clear of the Soccer Bar with just one game to play.

Their snooker team took four points thanks to wins from Billy Burns, beating Vickerstown's Josh Francis 47-31 and Steve Hetherington winning 51-33 against Jimmy Allen.

Their billiards team taking all six points, with their top man beating Gareth Willis 100-78, backed up with wins for Hetherington beating David Holmes 100-72 and Tony Macmillan getting the better of Peter Scott 100-49.

Legion A just had the edge at darts, winning 4-3, with their captain Shaun McPoland (118) leading the way with a win over Willis and Michael Yorke getting the better of Brian Tucker 601-561. Bill Bowes defeated the Cricketers' captain Bob Crosthwaite, while Tony Macmillan, with a 139 score, beat Francis 601- 587.

The teams shared the spoils at cards with all games going to a 2-1 result. Alan Edwards/Francis and Lee Jefferson/Allen taking the home points and best for the visitors were Walter Bowes/Dave Leech and Mala McCoy/Dave Macmillan.