A tie-break was needed to split Buncha One and Globe in round four of the Deniliquin & District Pool Competition on Wednesday.
In the end it was Buncha One edging their way to the 6-5 victory.
Tatts handed Pretty Pine their first loss of the season with a 6-4 win, while Buncha Two remain the only winless team in the competition, suffering a 6-4 loss against Zoo Two.
In the final game of the round Coach House defeated Zoo One 6-4.
Undefeated side Exchange had the bye.
Three game winners were R Salan (Coach House), R White, R Bish (Tatts), J Allsopp (Globe).
Tomorrow night’s draw for round five is as follows: Pretty Pine v Globe, Buncha Two v Buncha One, Exchange v Zoo One, Zoo Two v Coach House. Tatts has the bye.