DAVID Wilson Homes were handed the heaviest defeat in their Newbury Netball League history when Newbury 4x4 Centre avenged an early season defeat with a 70-14 Steiner Premier Division mauling of their rivals.
Meanwhile, league leaders Wila Lighting made it nine wins out of nine with their 83-32 defeat of Hungerford Extra and second-placed Bowlers Arms II recorded a 51-31 win over Jets Extra to maintain their challenge.
Q Associates have also chalked up nine straight wins to top Division One and their latest success was a 68-25 defeat of Gardner Leader.
Second in the table Brights came from behind to score a 50-39 win over Newbury 4x4 Centre II and Newbury Volts claimed third spot with their 44-37 win over Jets Orange.
Fizz Catering had a tight 31-26 win over The Hatters.
Division Two leaders Montagne Sports were 63-30 winners over bottom of the table Thames Valley Falcons in their first game after the break, and Tadley Witches edged through 25-23 against Jets White.
Thames Valley Ravens are now second after their 40-27 defeat of Hungerford Juniors.