GULLS remain top of the Torbay Netball League First Division following a 40-36 win over Dawn's Army.
It was a close game between teams who battled it out right through to the end.
Players of the match were Sarah French (Gulls) and Emily Gomez (Dawn's Army).
Loxton Ladies lost 44-30 to defending champions Manor Building, but remain second on goal-difference.
Manor Building came from behind in the first quarter to win the game.
Becky Darke was Loxton's player of the match.
Amanda Medlin was PoM for Manor Building and played centre then wing defence.
Manor Building are third in the table with a game in hand on both the teams ahead of them.
Manor Inn Hawks stormed to a 46-20 win over Olive Branch.
Players of the match were Anne Marie Cleave (Manor Inn Hawks) and Debbie Cartwright (Olive Branch).
South Devon College won every quarter on their way to a 25-21 victory over Eagles.
Eagles played well but couldn't match South Devon College.
Kate Harper (SDC) and Natalie Pitts (Eagles) took the player of the match awards.
APOLLO belied their lowly place in the table by taking a 21-all draw off leaders Wellswood Ceramics.
It was mostly goal for goal as the lead switched throughout.
Amanda Lee (PoM) played extremely well for Apollo.
Once again Steph Wormsley for Wellswood proved what a good defender she is by picking up PoM.
Second-placed SW Plumbing Falcons closed the gap on Wellswood to three points by beating Sea Snacks 30-21.
Although Sea Snacks took an early lead Falcons dug deep, scoring ten goals in the second quarter.
The lead wasn't challenged, keeping Falcons second with a game in hand.
Stacey Aggett and Jackie Eckers were the players off the match.
Centrax scored nine goals in the final quarter to earn a 30-all draw with Tigers.
Tigers were always ahead until that fateful last session.
Amara Anderson and Sharon Cock were the players of the match.
Bottom side Belles might not have won a game yet, but they gave Absolute Sales and Lettings a real game before going down 35-24 in a fast-moving match.
Rival shooters Rachel Lands and Michaela White were on top form and picked up the PoM awards. The early lead for Absolute proved too much for Belles.
IT'S as you were at the top of the table as Harbourway Hawks, Devonshire Windows and Arlington all won.
All Sorts are off the bottom though with Pumas the new team propping up the table. They had no game
Leaders Harbourway Hawks just defeated Music Café 23-19.
Steph Shenton put on the pressure at centre for Music Cafe, but it wasn't enough to stop Laura Harris' fantastic shooting for Harbourway Hawks.
Second-placed Devonshire windows came away with another five points against TAS Coast and Country.
Alana Riley proved how adaptable she can be playing GA and GD, helping her team win 16-9.
Wing-attack Olivia Barnes was PoM for Coast and Country.
Allsorts may have lost 35-30 to Arlington, but bonus points lifted them two places off the bottom.
Allsorts nearly with the help of PoM Lianne Irwin.
Arlington with a new sponsor (Arlington Bodyworks) stole it thanks to the skills of goal-shooter Sharon Bligh.
Murphy's Roadhouse got clear in the second half to beat MHW Engineering 30-22.
An incredibly close match had only one goal in it in the first two quarters.
Murphy's took the lead after half time and went on to win.
Nicola Washbrook (MHW Engineering) provided some excellent defence but it wasn't enough for Murphy's Quinn Hougton, who earned PoM for the second week running.