WINDSOR and Business Moves both put in good performances in a great game between the Premier Division table-toppers at Kidwells Park on Monday.

Title challengers Business Moves started well with a few quick goals that took them into an early lead.

Windsor, the defending champions, rallied well and pulled back to within one goal at quarter time, the score being 10-9.

Business Moves had borrowed Blue Swifts goal attack, Abi Collins, and she combined well with goal shooter, Rebecca Haines to convert consistent feeds into the circle.

At the other end, the defence of Sandra Fulford and Olivia Goodall were working really hard to break down the Windsor attack, and at half-time the score was 22-16 to Business Moves.

Windsor made changes at the break as Jo Debs moved from goal defence to centre and Claire van Spall into the defensive circle.

The pair settled quickly into their new roles but wee unable to prevent their rivals from pushing 35-27 ahead at the end of the third quarter.

The final period was the best for Windsor as their established shooting due of Brenda Pope and Sarah Jackson combined well to eat into the deficit, closing the gap to just one goal and setting-up a tense finish to the game.

In the last few minutes, Business Moves held firm and managed to extend the lead back to three goals for a 43-40 win.

The win means Business Moves remain in second position in the table and are now just one point behind leaders Windsor with five matches still to play this season.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, fourth-placed Blue Swifts claimed a 35-20 victory over Sevens, while third-in-the-table Angels defeated Phoenix Pinkz 25-20.

A 35-28 win for The Scotch at the foot of the table allowed them to close the gap on Sevens. Seventh-placed Mavericks were the beaten side.

B52s also secured a great 47-28 victory against a weakened Pandair outfit.

Black Magic could have taken the lead in Division One but a draw against Redbacks sees them remain in second place.

Redbacks started the stronger team, leading by two goals at the end of the first quarter and again at the half-time whistle.

Black Magic came out fighting in the third period to reduce the gap to just one goal and managed to keep up the pressure until the final whistle, drawing the game 34-34.

Wokingham remain in fourth place after their dominating performance against Eclipse. They took an early lead which increased steadily throughout the duration of the game and resulting in a 38-18 victory.

The final game of the night between Sparks and Apple Travel Green also looked to be close with the teams tied at 808 at the end of the first quarter.

Sparks however upped the pace in the remaining three periods to eventually win the match 33-29.

In Division Two, Genesis played a really close match against Whistl and only one goal separated them at the break.

The two teams were all level going into the final quarter where the goals went with the centre passes, Whistl were one goal ahead on the final whistle for a 22-21 success.

In the final game on Tuesday, Girl Friday only had six players but were leading Frenzy by one goal at half-time. It was all level at the end of quarter three.

Girl Friday fought hard, but in the end, the extra player for Frenzy counted with them winning by two goals. 31-29.

In Division Three, Blaze got off to a flying start against Woodley and led 7-3 after the first quarter but Woodley came back in the second to trail by just a single goal at half-time.

In the third period, Blaze took control with some great defending to reduce Woodley to only two goals.

Woodley came back again in the final quarter but could not pull back the deficit in a 25-19 defeat, so Blaze stay top of the table.

Meister led in their game against Bluebirds by four goals at the halfway stage, and they continued to stretch their lead to finish 27-17 winners.

Ant led from the beginning against Blue Magnets with a convincing 31-9 victory.

A soggy Wednesday evening saw action in Division Four return to the courts after two weeks of cancelled games.

Rubies and The Crew met on court one for a closely-fought match. Rubies took the lead in quarter one and maintained it into the second period.

The Crew however pulled back in the second-half of the contest and secured a two-goal win, 21-19.

Blue Magnets held their own against Chancers for the first quarter but, true to form, Chancers established a lead. They dominated for the remainder of the match to win 39-9 and now sit at the top of the table.

Dean Dreamers had a strong start against Red Rockets, who regrouped in the break and came into their usual rhythm for a 21-12 victory.

Sarah Harris from Slough Netball Club showed off her faultless long distance shooting for the match against Holidays.

Try as they might, Holidays were unable to catch up from an early-gained lead for a 28-12 defeat.