Bowls North Premier League commenced competition for the first time since the festive break with a number of upsets.
Westbury travelled to Bridport in what appeared to be a difficult encounter on paper.
And it went right down to the wire with Rhys McDougall sneaking over the line on the final end for the home side too claim a 23-21 victory.
Colleen Davis was once again outstanding as McDougall's lead while Maxine Monson and McDougall both provided great back end support.
Les Watts was the standout in his own rink's six shot win over Bridport's star player Chris Walker.
Julian Frost sealed the deal for the visitors with a four shot margin over Wayne Churchill.
Sophie Fletcher the clear standout for Westbury here.
Churchill did his best to keep the home side in the match but unfortunately for them it wasn't quite enough.
Trevallyn had been lackluster by their own lofty standards heading into the festive break and now were faced with the task of hosting the in-form Longford.
Early on, Trevallyn were running downhill as both Lachie Sims and Scott Summers' rinks both jumped out of the blocks with solid leads over the top two ranked skips in the competition; Daniel Baker and Mark Strochnetter respectively.
Longford slowly narrowed the margin in the second half of the game on both rinks to set up a potential nail-biter.
Summers kept his scoreboard ticking over thanks to some steady bowls from David Heron and eventually recorded a seven shot win over Strochnetter.
Lachie Sims managed to just hold onto a narrow two shot win over Baker, who was chasing a multiple on the last end of the game due to the overall board.
Jarrod Howard pinched two points for the visitors as he snuck home by a solitary shot on the last end of his game against Michael Sims.
Invermay hosted Cosgrove Park on a rain affected green following Friday's weather. Scores were close all day.
Rebecca Van-Asch was in control all day on her rink and eventually secured an eight shot win over Wayne Foster.
Boof Slater did the damage for the visitors as he struck back with a five shot win over Gene Ayton.
Boof Slater did the damage for the visitors as he struck back with a five shot win.
Candice Ayton, Nee Hodgetts, fell over the line with a two shot win over Kane Walker to secure 10 points for the Swampies.
In the final two games of the round, Beauty Point upset Kings Meadows by four shots overall while East Launceston trounced the visiting North Launceston by 59 to kick start their new year.