Desborough travelled to a neutral green at Cambridge Chesterton to play in the fifth round of the Mason Trophy against County Arts A and duly despatched the reigning champions by 21 shots (49-28).
Desborough are through to the quarter-finals of the Egham Trophy after beating Norfolk at St Neots by four shots (77-73).
It proved to be a tough game against a tenacious opposition, which went down to
Desborough welcomed local rivals Maidenhead Thicket to York Road and duly consigned them to an 11-shot defeat (120-109).
Desborough started off brightly, but Thicket could claim a moral draw as the six rinks were shared.
With temperatures holding up and remaining consistent it was 'all change' around the local angling scene last week with enough action to give most anglers a little in the way of encouragement.
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He admits it will be an uphill challenge, but young cross-country skier Jordan Andrews hopes to ski his way into contention for next year's World Junior Championships.
Andrews, 19, from Woodlands Park, took up Nordic
Cippenham Table Tennis Club's women swept up the county titles at the Buckinghamshire Closed Championship.
They dominated the championships, winning three of the five major awards on offer.
Pride of place went to Megan Ashfield,
Masters swimmer Duncan McCreadie wasn't exactly leaping for joy after breaking the European 70-75 years Masters freestyle record in France last month.
McCreadie, who recently completed a challenge of swimming three million metres in three