Streaks on the sheets

DLE and A&W keep their records free of losses in the Super League.

A pair of teams have kept themselves on top of the Quesnel Super League for the first three weeks  without a single loss.

DLE and A&W both have kept their 3-0 record sterling.

DLE kept their record shiny against wily Willis Harper.

The DLE boys pulled off a big come from behind win over Willis Harper scoring four in the last two ends for a 6-5 stinger over the new team. Harper now sits at an uneven win and two losses.

A&W shone their record against Frank’s Supermarket.

They continued their winning ways with an 11-3 convincing win over Frank’s (previously Handi Self Storage). A&W scored four in the second and three in the fourth for a 7-3 lead going into the fifth. Stealing four more in the fifth, the boys from Frank’s didn’t feel like having ice cream that night, with their record a now lopsided win with two losses.

CDC and Cariboo Pulp have a slightly tarnished record, with a loss taking bit of shine off their two wins.

It was Karin’s Health Foods, notching their first win of the season, that brought the first marks to CDC’s near-steak of wins, the first notch in Karin’s win column.

They controlled most of the game, with the score sitting at six to three after six ends. Which the health girls scored three in the seventh to end the game.

On sheet E Cariboo Pulp were shining up their record, with a win over Billy Barker, their second loss of the season to put them at 1 win and two losses, with Cariboo Pulp having the exact opposite record – two wins and a loss.

A key three-ender in the sixth end allowed Cariboo Pulp to coast to a 7-6 win over Billy Barker.

Investors Group made short work of JAR Tansportation to get their first win of the season. JAR has yet to see victory on the sheets.

The action continues Wednesday evening.

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