The outcome came as no surprise when top played bottom as Shottery A inflicted the whitewash upon Henley B. The result was particularly significant as it finally confirmed the inevitable news that Shottery A cannot be caught and so will, once again, be crowned champions. Gary Stewart, Stephen Foster and John Price all registered trebles for the victorious villagers, with the only slight hiccup Foster's loss of a single game to Gordon Trinder.
Henley B subsequently concluded their 2012-13 campaign by achieving a very credible draw against Royal Mail who were without their talisman Nello Mauri. Robert McCluskey led the way with a perfect performance, although he was made to work hard by Malcolm Heritage. After being two games down the Postman fought back to level their match but was then unable to press home the advantage. Heritage was also involved in the only other contest to go down to the wire when he took the honours against Dave Hatcher to finish on a brace. Wif Chan added a further two successes and Richard Dalrymple earned their crucial fifth. Gordon Trinder got on the card for Henley B by overcoming Dalrymple and then combined with McCluskey in the doubles to wrap up their season on a high.
The 1 -9 scoreline did not do justice to FISSC's efforts when they entertained Shottery B. In the first match of the evening Malcolm Smith found himself two games down against Tony Remes before taking their encounter to a decider only to lose out. Peter Florence can count himself even unluckier as he was twice defeated over the distance. Despite accumulating more points than Remes over the course of their hard fought clash he succumbed 12 - 14 in the fifth. Florence also took Tim Fell to the brink before the experience of his opponent finally shone through. Gareth Hepworth, who didn't drop a game throughout his three singles, Remes and Fell all finished with trebles for the visitors. They looked odds on to inflict the whitewash when, in the opening game of the doubles, Remes and Hepworth defeated Smith and Richard Bennett with the loss of just two points. However the Farmers pairing then struck form and went on to secure a consolation victory.
Shottery's third string were only able to field two players for their trip to Ashorne. Their in-form captain Rob Poole put in an unbeaten singles performance, despite the loss of games to all three opponents, with his closest encounter being against John Hunt. Poole won the first two games and, after dropping the third, led 6 - 2 in the fourth only for Hunt to secure the next nine points and take the match to a decider. Unfortunately he was unable to inflict the coup de grace as the Shottery captain fought back to ensure he went home with his record intact although the fixture ended 7 -3 in Ashorne's favour. Despite not being able to get on the card, Shottery's David L Lewis once again drew praise for his steady improvement.