Hamstead B stunned their A team by snatching a 5-5 draw in the Premier Division. Mark Brookes recorded a stunning treble, while John Collymore and John Patel both beat Lester Bertie. Hamstead B also played leaders Colebridge Aces, but went down 6-4 despite a magnificent maximum from Radek Mylnarczyk, who gave teenage sensation Amann Ubhi a severe drubbing. Smiths Wood B were held to a shock 5-5 draw, as Kate Hughes inflicted the first defeat of the campaign on Smiths Pat Glynn by 12-10 in the fifth after a pulsating encounter. Helen Turner crushed Hughes three straight to set up a fascinating battle by the two in the forthcoming Birmingham Closed. Jon Ludlow and Jack Williamson put strugglers Sutton Coldfield A to the sword, in a 9-1 scoreline. Smiths Wood B and Streetly A drew 5-5, with Alasdhair Broadbent of Smiths the only unbeaten player on view.
Pete Roddy continued in impressive form for Colebridge Chiefs in a 7-3 success over Streetly B in Division One. Both Matt Satchwell and Stephen Smith produced maximums for Smithereens A in their 9-1 home success over Beaufort Sports C. Hamstead C again looked to Erroll Walker in their comfortable 7-3 win Sutton Coldfield B. Faizal Ali was unbeaten for Smiths Wood C in their emphatic 8-2 mauling of Bournville A.
Mark Hadley, Mahroof Hussain and Dean Hicks combined well for Colebridge Dinosaurs in a 7-3 home win over Smiths Wood D. Quinborne A and Smithereens B drew 5-5, with Quins Dan Ranford a class above the rest. Streetly C thumped Sutton Coldfield C 9-1, thanks to Richard Parks and Colin Oakes trebles.
Barry Clarke continued his comeback for Ivy Leaf A with a hat-trick in the 5-5 draw with Bournville B in Division Three, while Colebridge Hawks and Jacombs A shared the same scoreline. Andy Rowland was a hat-trick man for Maypole B at Walmley A in a 7-3 success. Quinborne B pipped Sutton Coldfield E 6-4 courtesy of a Ming Sung maximum .
Howard Lewis led Jacombs B to a 6-4 victory over Colebridge Jaguars in Division Five, while Ivy Leaf B waltzed a 10-0 demolition of Colebridge Lions. Lions were also mauled 10-0 by Sutton Coldfield G as Janet Matthews, Belle Halliwell and Mick Williams were unstoppable.. Maypole C and Smiths Wood E drew 5-5 with Sam Henderson including victory over James Watts in his treble.