Tiles shares closed up 2.39 per cent at 68.60p.
said it has launched 25 new product ranges this year, with those launched in the last 12 months accounting for 20% of sales in the period, and the company's core suppliers accounting for in excess of 70% of purchases.
estimated that this benefited like-for-like sales in the second quarter to the tune of 1.6%.
Wheaton North senior Nikki Baird evened the game at 43, and Topps
hit two free throws to put the Falcons (6-0, 2-0) back in front with 21.6 seconds left.
It came as Topps
Tiles unveiled a 25% decline in profits for the year to September 29, as it absorbed the costs of integrating its newly acquired commercial business.
Parkside, which was acquired by Topps
Tiles at the end of 2017, made a PS1 million loss.
Shares in Topps
Tiles were down more than 3% in early trading.
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Boss Matthew Williams said: "Whilst market conditions weakened over the final quarter as a result of reduced levels of consumer confidence we remain confident in our ability to outperform the market and deliver our goal of further profitable sales growth." Topps
still expects to post record annual sales this year.
Chief executive Matthew Williams said: "Our focus on the successful strategy of 'Out Specialising the Specialists' has enabled us to deliver healthy like-for-like sales growth of 6.2 per cent in the third quarter, with initiatives to extend the appeal of the Topps
brand continuing to attract new customers.
But while luck played a part, Topps
's spectacular success with the Colon card was really the product of design.