THE Life Centre ladies failed in their bid to reach the quarter-finals of the Yetton Trophy after losing out 81-72 Taunton Deane in a closely-fought tie.
In the national mixed pairs area final, two Life Centre combinations competed.
In a nail biting game, Hilary and Mike Avent came from behind to beat Nikki and Zach Kidd 21-18 to qualify for the national finals in Northampton next month.
However, there was no success for Plymouth in the national ladies' fours area final. Anne Ellis,Sara Quayle, Kathy Holmes and Hilary Avent went down 19-13 to Barbara Bellamy's four from Torquay United.
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In Division One of the Life Centre Evening League, Wheelers and Plymco are creating a gap between themselves and the chasing group.
They both won all their games last week while everyone else slipped up. At the bottom, Wheelie Bugs beat Exocets to send Alphas to the foot of the table.
Despite losing to Constab, Olympic remain top in Division Two followed by Bere Alston. At the bottom, Hedera Pons and Raleigh won but remain in the bottom two.
In Division Three, Ivybridge and Estonians look to be in a battle to go up with Bowls Deep, as all three are pulling away at the top after good wins.
In Division One of the mixed league, Accords and Jack High both won and are locked in battle to decide who wins the title. At the bottom, Headliners and Robins find themselves nine points adrift and are in real danger of being relegated back to Division Two.