LONGFORD heads the leader board in Northern Premier League bowls, taking a two-rink 37-shot margin over Launceston at Launceston.
Simon Zaporozec headed the cards for the visitors, defeating Roly Thomson by 30.
Fred McKay took the win over Adam Donohue with 12 shots to spare while Launceston's Craig Walker kept close company with Chris Roach, taking the lead and the win in the last two ends by five shots, and taking the last points on offer.
North Launceston hosted Scottsdale with North taking the win on two rinks with a 27-shot margin.
Jarrod Howard headed the cards for North, defeating Craig Bennett with 25 shots to spare.
Baker held three over Victor Goss to add to the margin with Scottsdale's Wayne Churchill claiming the last points defeating David Minns by a single shot.
Trevallyn took the bulk points from their clash with Cressy at Cressy, with Trevallyn young gun Michael Sims leading the charge with an impressive 27-shot margin.
Luke Patterson added to the tally defeating Corey Flood by six. Rick Wilson took the last points on offer for Cressy, defeating Mark Howlett by 17.
Beauty Point also started the season with a 10-point haul from their clash with Kings Meadows.
Paul Filgate and Joe Hardacre covered Andrew Baird and Michael Oliver to give the visitors the points.
Graeme Hemmingway took the last points on offer for the home team by just one shot over Bruce Howard.
East Launceston and Deloraine shared the points, drawing in their first game.
Deloraine's Mitchell held a four-shot advantage over Scott Summers with Rohan Donohue adding to the tally defeating Chris Bannon by one shot.
East Launceston's Will Springer scored the home team's only win, defeating Mitchell by five shots to cover the deficit, giving them the bigger share of the points from the draw.
Trevallyn and East Launceston are separated by just four shots at the top of the division 1 ladder after both sides had three rink wins over Kings Meadows and Invermay respectively.
Trevallyn made good use of the home ground advantage taking a 28-shot win headed by Roger Long's 24-shot win over Gus Draper.
Leon Allen held an eight-shot win over Bill Blair and Adrian Coomber adding to the tally with a six-shot margin over Ian West.
A depleted Invermay side were no match for East Launceston, who took the win with 24 shots to spare.
David Herron headed the cards for the visitors defeating mark Illingworth with 11 shots to spare.
Steve Pearsall had the answers for Dennis Bassett with a seven-shot margin.
Roxley Saunders added the last points to East's tally with a six-shot win over Barry Hunt.
George Town will take the third rung on the ladder with a two-rink 21-shot win over Midlands.
Rod Green had 17 shots over Scott Crocker at game's end to head the cards with David Tuthill holding 11 shots over Dick Crocker.