Reivers find form

REIVERS A took command of the Borders Pool League last week, thrashing Ship B after two bad results, while High Level A looked dangerous while denting Ship A’s challenge in the process.

Waverley A lost their recent momentum going down to the Fleece while the top game of the week saw Reivers B outpoint Dryburgh, both teams playing off the back of some great recent form.

In Division Two, Station stay top, closely followed by Bridge B and Nikis, both recording good wins after Station edged local rivals Waverley B. Bridge A won a thriller last frame to edge luckless High Level B.

Results – Division One: Reivers A (Gala) 7 Ship B (Melrose) 2; Ship A (Melrose) 3 High Level A (Hawick) 6; Fleece (Selkirk) 5 Waverley A (Hawick) 4; Dryburgh (Newtown) 3 Reivers B (Gala) 6.

Division Two: Waverley B (Hawick) 3 Station (Hawick) 6; Bridge B (Gala) 9 Frankies (Hawick) 0; Nikis (Gala) 7 Red Lion (Kelso) 2; High Level B (Hawick) 4 Bridge A (Gala) 5.