Peter Florence left it late in the season to discover his form as he hit a treble when FISSC brought down the curtain on their campaign by entertaining fellow Knights Lane tenants Ashorne. With the clocks having gone forward play commenced in bright early evening sunshine with uncomfortably warm conditions which affected the flight of the ball. The match was also notable for an unusually high number of 'nets and edges' which only served to increase the intensity of the long-standing, but always good humoured, rivalry between the two teams. Malcolm Smith and Peter Bruce-Moore each added a victory for the Farmers with Mark Jones and Steve Bolton, who was making an all-too-rare appearance in the Stratford league, getting on the card for the Villagers. With the score standing at 5 - 4 Brian Marston beat Bruce-Moore over the distance to earn himself a brace and ensure honours on the night were even.
Shottery A consolidated their table-topping position with a comprehensive victory over their closest rivals West Warwicks. In the absence of Steve Foster they brought in ex Stratford Town player John Price who notched a treble without being fully tested. Gary Stewart achieved similar success, but their team were prevented from achieving the whitewash after Graham Poole lost out to Andy Rowland.
West Warwicks themselves earned a 9 - 1 win when they travelled to Henley B. Rowland was not required to get into first gear as he put in a perfect performance, while Alison Stewart was also unbeaten although she had to overturn an initial two-game deficit against Robert McCluskey. Peter Rodwell won their other two sets but wasn't able to overcome McCluskey who thereby earned his team's only consolation.
Henley B then ended their campaign with defeat to Royal Mail but they felt the scoreline did not adequately reflect what they considered their best performance so far. Nello Mauri led the way with a treble for the Postmen who won 2 - 8. However again it was McCluskey who secured both the newcomers successes, firstly overcoming an initial disadvantage to defeat Wilf Chan. He then raced to a two-game lead over Malcolm Heritage, only to be hauled level, before raising his performance to clinch the decider. Dave Hatcher and Gordon Trinder also fought hard for Henley B without reward, although the latter took Heritage the distance. Despite results not having gone for them in their first campaign the team have continued to improve and proved a very welcome addition to the Stratford league.