Bowlers were greeted with blue skies and slick greens for round six of the Bowls North Premier League with four teams recording big wins and the top of the table clash going down to the wire.
Trevallyn Hosted East Launceston in the top of the table clash with momentum swaying either way throughout the match.
Bowlers found the slick green difficult to handle but in the end it was the visiting East Launceston that was triumphant overall by seven shots thanks to the Drew Berwick rink which recorded a convincing 13 shot win over Josh Appleyard.
Berwick was ably assisted by his rink consisting of Ray Boutcher, David Legg and Peter Barrett.
The Michael Sims skipped rink recorded a 10 shot win over the Sam Springer rink in a scrappy affair to help narrow the margin but it wasn't to be for the Thunder as David Minns converted with ease to be the difference maker in his four shot win over Lachie Sims.
In other news:
East now move to the top of the table after collecting 10 points to two.
Inermay welcomed the visiting Launceston outfit who were greeted by quality bowls from the outset by a new look Invermay side.
Kadeyrn Munro lead from the front for world champion Bec Van-Asch as they strung three crucial early ends together to skip out to a nine-shot lead on Launceston's Kevin McLean. Van-Asch eventually running away with an 11 shot margin on their rink.
The margin was extended in a big way Invermay's Gene Ayton, with state lead, Maureen Zoon, recording a big won over Adam Donohue by 20 shots.
Peter Zoon and Shane Boden also rock solid here in an all-round team performance.
Candice Ayton was comfortably in the lead for most of the day as they lead by as much as 23-10 but a late flourish by Rob Antel saw their margin cut to two.
Invermay collecting a vital 12 points to push back into top four contention.
Kings Meadows recorded another big win, this time to the tune of 39 shots against Bridport.
State star Robert McMullen skipped his rink to a comfortable 19 shot win over Wayne Churchill to be the biggest winner of the game.
Adam Gurr took over skipping duties from Aaron Page and did so superbly to win by an even 10 shots against Mitch Billing.
Shane Davern completed the all-rinks win with a 10 shot win over Birdport Mayor, Chris Walker.
Longford dished out another hiding, this time as visitors to Beauty Point.
Joey Thomas was promoted to the skip position and along with the greatest leader of all time, Matthew Jackson, proceeded to teach the evergreen, Bruce Howard, a lesson as they ran away 29 shot winners.
The former North Launceston quartet of Alan Gamble, Andrew Whitmore, Brodie Baker and Jarrod Howard almost recorded the same margin as they defeated the Joe Hardacre rink 34-6.
The gentleman of the game, Mark Strochnetter, completed the all-rinks victory as he accounted for Paul Filgate by 12 resulting in the Tigers winning overall by a titanic 69 shots.
In the final game of the round, Cosgrove Park recorded their first all-rinks victory this season over North Launceston.
Terry Manion was the big winner by 19 over Teresa Turmine while Kane Walker wasn't far behind with a 13-shot win over Nick Claxton.
Byron Slater was the final winner for the Parkers by seven shots over Rodney Zoon to ensure the Parkers recorded a 39-shot overall victory.