Nello Mauri's treble provided the backbone to Royal Mail's 7 - 3 victory when they entertained Henley A. Malcolm Heritage added a brace, but was unable make it a perfect evening after losing out to Don McAdam in a closely fought encounter that went the distance. The two Postmen then combined to claim the doubles with something to spare. Wilf Chan gained their sixth singles success after a titanic struggle against Peter Quince which was settled at deuce in the decider. However Chan couldn't get the better of either Geoff Shepherd or McAdam who thereby secured his second win of the fixture.
Shottery C won by the same 7 - 3 margin at lowly FISSC in a repeat of the result from the first half of the season. Once again Ken Southwell and Rob Poole recorded maximums with Southwell launching a terrific comeback to overturn a 5 - 10 deficit to claim the second game against Malcolm Smith. In a keenly fought contest between two old adversaries Poole lost the first game to Peter Florence but complained about the Farmer's over-zealous motivation and so their clash was completed in silence with Poole finally getting the better of his opponent.
David Lincoln-Lewis displayed some great attacking shots and provided a challenge to all three opponents without being able to take the honours. However he added to his growing reputation as a doubles player after gaining a further victory with Poole.
Ashorne found themselves on the receiving end of a whitewash when they entertained Henley A. Mike Evetts notched a maximum for the visitors without losing a game, with Peter Quince and Don McAdam also recording trebles. The latter was involved in the only match to go the distance when he took on George Mudie, with the pair trading games alternately before McAdam clinched the decider. However their clash was more reminiscent of dancing on ice as both players struggled to hold their footing in the difficult playing conditions.