Week four is now history and there has been significant movement in the league standings as the league leading Sea Hawks plummeted down to the four spot and the Panthers are the new league leaders. The Huskies moved from fifth place all the way to second only five points off the lead. Leading the Dogs with his first win of the year was CBC Bruce who took down Jonathan O’Keefe in four games. On the upside for O’keefe, he did win his first game of the year playing in the tough number one spot. Veterans Bruce Johnston and Andy Gallant hooked up in a good battle that went the distance with crafty Bruce winning the fifth. Jason MacIntyre went the whole nine yards for the fourth week in a row and defeated Aaron Park in five entertaining games, Jason now knows why potential referees hide when he is about to play! Wade Gauthier, Luke LeClair and James O’Halloran also picked up wins and five points each for the Huskies helping their team move up the number two spot. Junior Ty Good continues to impress as he took down Daniel Lazaratos in three games and Rhonda MacLean went the distance with Sandie Morrison winning in five tough games. Pierre Amsellum and Jeff Wichell also picked up wins for the Capers helping their team remain in third place. In the 6:30 session the Panthers decimated the Tigers 34-19. Leading the way for the Cats was Lyndon Oulton who took down Gary Roberts in three games and Emma Jinks who took the wind out of Jeremy Stiles sails and showed him that there is a lot of pain playing out of the three spot. The hapless Stiles had no answer for the talented youngster and succumbed in three games and helped keep the league on schedule and on time! The highlight match of the night had present Canada games junior Samantha Lawther matched up with former Canada Games junior Trevor MacNeil in an entertaining five game match with Lawther winning the final game 13-11 and three of the games going overtime, great stuff!! Also picking up wins for the Panthers were Robert Sharkie, Liam Jinks and John McAleer replying for the Tigers were Matt Ramsay and Inez Roberts who picked up her fourth win in a row once again balancing out the contributions for the Roberts family! In the final session of the night the Blue Eagles eked out the Sea Hawks 19-15. Leading the way for the Eagles with his third win in a row was Colin “Jahangir”| Younker, for all those playing in the 11 level there is a new kid on the block and he is coming for you! Logan Anderson put a disappointing loss behind him and rebounded to defeat Brian Ashby in three games and Shara Cody cemented her claim to challenge for the four spot on her team by defeating a tough Mike Gallant in four games. The Sea Hawks were led by junior Benoit Sampson who defeated Shawn Hughes in three games and crafty Enrique Riveroll who is definitely playing below his level, as a matter of fact in other sports in might be referred to as sandbagging, time to challenge up Enrique! Oh yes, to Gary Roberts, we have no procedure in the league to challenge down! Until next week, get to the T, the walls are your friends and the very best of luck to Mike Buchanan who is playing in the qualifying round of the Blue Nose Squash Classic being held in Halifax.