David 'Disco" Jaunay continues to impress

With only five rounds to go in the Barossa and Light Bowling Association season, it's a foot race on who will and won't play finals.

Tanunda held onto second spot with a good win over Kapunda 112-82.

Kapunda's only shining light was Judith Earl narrow 27-28 win over Tony Edwards . From there it was swooping season for the magpies with Dion Heidenreich winning 23-22 over Don Mackereth, and Peter Baverstock downing David Heathfield 26-16.

It was the big win by new recruit David Martin over Linda Carter 36-16, sealing the deal for the Maggies.

Nuriootpa hosted Lyndoch, yet it was the Tigers who purred with 108-72. Dylan O'Leary was the only eagle soaring, beating Jimmy Barr 13-23. Steve Heinz won 31-15 against Darren Green, while Wayne Williams was too strong for Harry Sykes 25-16.

It was Stuey Allen's super rink with all guns firing with the biggest win over Tony Drummond 39-18.

Final game of the round with the Demons facing Angaston, but ended the day rather blue with the Panthers winning 121-74. Tight wins for Mat Short over Terry Curtis 24-19 and Matty Jones over Matt Marslen 26-22 helped get Ango's day off.

Liam Buckley's awesome foursome where at it again to strong for Josh Geier 33-15 but, David 'disco' Jaunay impressed against Nathan Marslen 38-18.