NGL Handicap League

Wellingborough booked their place in the last four of the Handicap League with a seventh victory in seven Group A outings as they defeated Peterborough Milton 6-4 at home.
Neil Redding and Paul Redding gave the host the ideal start with a four-hole win in opening tie, only for Mark Doody and Bob Duthie to level the overall match score by taking game two by the same number of holes.
With the next three matches finishing all square, a remarkably tight contest went the way of Wellingborough, thanks to a two-hole success for the John Carter and Ciaran Eeles in the final game.
Group B leaders Collingtree Park took a big stride toward a semi-final spot as they recorded an excellent 8-5 away victory at rivals Staverton Park.
Despite trailing by four points at the half way stage, Collingtree claimed the victory thanks to wins from Craig Hartwright and Stephen Low (four holes), Samish Patel and Wayne Harmer (two holes) and Jody Parfitt and Clint Cooke (one hole).
Northants County kept alive their hopes of topping Group C with a 19-3 home success against Rushden as Gregory Savage and John McPhee impressed with a nine-hole win in game two.
County need to win at leaders Farthingstone in their next outing or thrash Silverstone in their final match to have any chance of finishing top of the pile.
Brampton Heath need to win at Overstone Park in their final match to overtake Group D pacesetters Hellidon Lakes after defeating Delapre 19-2 in their last home match of the campaign.
With four closely fought games, Brampton surged to victory thanks to a four-hole success for Joseph Brooker and Andrew Gosling in game five and a nine-hole win for David Masters and Gary McAllister in the last tie.