Woodchester B put together a good team performance beating the visiting Phoenix B 7-3, but couldn’t prevent Li Wu Wei scoring a maximum for the visitors. Frampton A are the latest to suffer at the hands of table topping Thornbury A losing 2-8 at home with Anthony Kent and Emily Standing scoring a max each for the visitors. David Buck and Mark Farrow were both unbeaten as Woodchester A beat the visiting Phoenix A 7-3.
No player could dominate as Forest Green B beat the visiting Frampton C 6-4. Randwick A comfortably beat the visiting Nailsworth A 8-2, Steve Charlwood scoring a maximum for Randwick. Phoenix C extend their lead at the top after comfortably beating the visiting Woodchester C 9-1, Connor Ward and Andy Stratford again going unbeaten in singles and doubles. Steve Greening made the difference, scoring a max for Whiteshill A when they defeated their B team club mates 6-4. Thornbury B had a comfortable 8-2 victory over the visiting Pessimists with maximums for Gavin Rogers and Mark Attwood.
Thornbury C took over at the top of the division after a comfortable 9-1 victory at Phoenix F, Viv Wilkie, Craig Skeldon and Len Pattison were all undefeated for the visitors. Arran Skinner scored a maximum to help Phoenix E to a 7-3 win over the visiting Woodchester D. The points were shared between Whiteshill C and the visiting Cam A at five all. Harry Prescott was man of the match with a hat trick for the visitors.
Randwick D move one point clear at the top after beating their E team club mates 8-2, Jim Hurford and George Morris scored a max apiece. Phoenix G keep up the pressure at the top after a comfortable whitewash of the visiting Forest Green D. Cliff Jordan, Pete Skinner and Ethan Byrne were all unbeaten. Not to be out done, Phoenix H also recorded a 10-0 win over the visiting Frampton D. Alex Horseman, Ethan Byrne and Matt Hawkins made up the Phoenix team. Cam C shared the ten points with the visiting Nailsworth B, no player from either side could dominate. Cam B keep up their challenge at the top at the expense of their Phoenix I hosts. Maximums from Tony Averis and Paul Stewart gave the visitors an 8-2 victory.