FOUR points separate the top two sides of the Mitsubishi Premier league Trevallyn and East Launceston with full count points hauls for both sides.
Trevallyn found the Kings Meadows green to its liking with Luke Patterson heading the charge to take an 18-shot win over Andrew Baird.
Mark Howlett notched his first win since taking over the skip's role for the club, defeating Graeme Hemmingway with 15 to spare.
Mike Sims slipped one over Phil Harris by five.
East took all three rinks by 20 shots or better on home turf over Scottsdale to move to second on the ladder.
Chris Dudman accounted for Ian Edwards with Scott Summers holding plenty over Wayne Churchill and Will Springer adding to the haul with his victory over Victor Goss.
Launceston shuffled the deck to produce a winning hand with a 10-point haul from Beauty Point.
Roly Thomson made good use of the home-ground advantage, collecting an eight in his 27-shot win over Bruce Howard.
Kevin McLean held a solid margin over Joe Hardacre to add to the points tally, newcomer skip Ian Barnett accounted for himself well to lose by just two shots to Paul Filgate.
Deloraine added eight points to its season tally courtesy of Rohan Donohue's 17-shot win over Longford's Fred McKay on home turf.
Simon Zaporozec and Chris Roach recorded wins for the Tigers over Matt Mitchell and Kerry Miller but were unable to cover the margin.
North Launceston took 12 points from its game with Cressy on home greens in a game that saw it more than double Cressy's score.
David Minns had a day out against Kevin Wilson taking the game by 36 shots; Allan Gamble held 19 over Corey Flood, with Jarrod Howard defeating Martyn Jordan with 13 to spare.
Trevallyn sits atop the Division One ladder with a three-point margin over East Launceston and Cosgrove Park, with a 10-point haul from its game with East Launceston on home greens.
Adrian Coomber held an 11-shot margin over David Heron with Roger Long in support taking an eight-shot margin over Stuart Groom.
East's Steve Pearsall took the last points on offer with a slim three-shot win over Leon Allan.
Cosgrove Park overpowered Kings Meadows to take the full count on home greens, Wayne Foster headed the card with a 23-shot margin over George Comber.
Peter Lawrence defeated Beeton with 19 to spare, with Paul Cleary taking the last points on offer with a 15 shot margin over Gus Draper.