NGL Handicap League

Wellingborough maintained their perfect winning record as they collected their sixth successive victory with a 23-0 home whitewash of Priors Hall.
The Group A leaders quickly took control thanks to Neil Redding and Paul Redding (four holes), Tom Marshall and Dave Wright (two holes), David Simpson and Loz Weekes (four holes) and Steve Coles and Ashley Connolly (two holes).
David Hawkins and Carl Martin put the result beyond doubt with an eight-hole victory, before Colin Barnes and John Carter (three holes) completed the home scoring.
Collingtree Park moved clear at the top of the Group B standings with a 38-2 home victory against Daventry, who have lost all seven matches this season.
With the home side in command of all six games, the mini competition to record the biggest pairs win went to Iain Tait and Ray Peters as they finished 13 holes up in game three.
The team success gained greater significance for Collingtree when closest rivals Staverton Park crashed to a surprise 10-7 home defeat to Cold Ashby on the same day.
Kevin Basson and Les Watson were the biggest winners for Ashby, who can still qualify for the semi-finals, as they took the opening tie by seven holes.
Northants County improved their chances of topping Group C with a 12-1 victory at bottom side Rushden.
Brampton Heath kept alive their hopes of reaching the semi-finals with an excellent 14-3 comeback victory at Cherwell Edge in Group D.
Despite losing the opening two games, Brampton surged clear with three wins in the middle ties, including an impressive seven-hole success from Gary Duggan and Daniel Duggan.