In the first division, North Wales Police A comfortably won the mid-table clash againstLlandudno Junction by an 8-2 score line. The team were led by Tony Wan who secured his second maximum of the season. Roger Lee chipped in with two as did Thomas Au Yeung on his welcome return to league action. The Junction points were gained through singles wins for both Steve Nicholls and Graham Heath.
In the second division, Craig-y-don B beat Denbigh B and move into third position in the league at the half way stage. They have leapfrogged their A team in the process. CaptainKeith Potter secured a maximum and he was ably supported by both Dave Strange and Ady Waugh who each won two matches. Iain MacGillivray also won two for Denbigh. The game of the night witnessed Dave Strange edge past Ioan Marshman 13-11 in the fifth.
In the preliminary round of the League Cup, Denbigh B went down 4-6 to North Wales Police B. Don Grigg won two including a five-game thriller against John Cartwright. However, Peter Roberts ensured a Police victory with a maximum and a doubles win, when he teamed up with John.
In the Handicap Cup preliminary round Trinity E proved too strong for Rhyl B winning by 43 points. Good wins by John Hughes and Dave Foster over Elliott Gough proved not enough to offset the points differences in Andy Chambers matches. Denbigh A is through to the next round at the expense of Trinity D. Harold Furber remains a very strong 50-up player and ensured that Trinity were always playing catch-up. However, Roger Rowett also proved his worth in the 50-up format beating both Eddie Chan and Rob Stewart. The result was a 70-point win by the current division two leaders at the expense of bottom club in the first division.