The top of the table clash in round six of the Western Eyre Peninsula Bowls Association on Saturday went the way of Streaky Bay Green.
Green faced Ceduna Blue, who came into the fixture in first position, and came away with a 92-14 to 84-2 result.
The Streaky side won three of the four matches, including a keenly-contested 22-21 result for Gus Giles over Grant Hoffrichter, as well as other wins for Graham Schaedel and Gavin Sincock.
Ceduna Blue's only win came as Ross Borlase got the better of Steve Baldock.
Elsewhere, there was a clean sweep for Streaky Bay Gold in the match with Ceduna Purple.
Gold secured a 139-16 to 62-0 victory as Nick Wrigley, Cliff Edmunds, Mark Wrigley and Rob Stephens grabbed impressive wins.
Wirrulla picked up a tight victory against Wudinna Blue in a match that ended 87-12 to 77-4.
There were two wins apiece with Les Hamence and Craig Ferguson picking up positive results for Wirrulla, and Kevin Norton and Phillip McKenna winning for Wudinna Blue.
It was more comfortable for Streaky Bay White in a 111-14 to 78-2 result against Wudinna Scrubbers.
Darren Walker, Paul Hollitt and Graham Kenny were victorious for the Streaky Bay outfit, with only Dean Oswald putting a win on the board for the Scrubbers.
Ceduna Gold suffered yet another defeat as Minnipa climbed up the table with a 107-13 to 86-3 result.
Minnipa enjoyed three victories as Robert Kwaterski, Luke Jarvis and Brian Moroney triumphed, compared to Howard Edson's lone reply for Gold.