Ollie reached a very solid middle game position, but succumbed in time trouble to a major piece incursion and checkmate.
Howard reached a Queen/minor piece end game a pawn down. When the time control was reached, whilst Brian had the better of it, his exposed King would have been very vulnerable so readily agreed to a draw.
Jim was holding his own until in a sharp and complicated exchange lost a piece to an absolute pin.
Dan tried a Benko, to which Gerry counter attacked with force (advanced central pawns and a rook, lifted on the A file, swung over to bear down on Dan's king), and Dan's king was trapped with few friends.
Derek reached the time control with a clearly better position. It seemed there were clear mating threats against his opponents king, and whilst Fritz (and Mr Cafferty) put Derek clearly ahead, he would have been able to wriggle free with precise play, so they agreed a draw a few days after.
We were outgraded by an average of 12 points per board.