At the end of week two Phoenix A maintain their position at the top of the division after a 6-4 victory away to Woodchester A. Dave Hadley was man of the match again with a fine maximum for the visitors. Forest Green A lost at home to last years champions Thornbury A, also by a 6-4 score line, Dave Reeves was man of the match for Thornbury winning all his singles. The spoils were shared at five all between Woodchester B and Frampton A, with Bob Murray winning his three singles for the visiting Frampton team. Liwu Wei scored a max to help his side, Phoenix B, to a 6-4 win at Frampton B.
Phoenix C lost 4-6 at home to Randwick A for whom Declan Fardon and George Evans returned maximums. Cam & Dursley A suffered the same fate at the hands of the visiting Woodchester C, Roger Davis completed a fine hat trick for the visitors as they won 6-4. Mark Attwood scored a maximum for Thornbury B as his side drew 5 apiece with the visiting Forest Green B. A fine maximum from Dave Metcalfe ensured Frampton C beat the visiting Phoenix D 6-4. It looks as if the division is going to be very tight this season with all matches going close.
Phoenix E played host to Thornbury C, the visitors leaving with a 6-4 win thanks in part to Graham Eden who scored a max. Phoenix F had a convincing 8-2 victory over the visiting Forest Green C. Andrew Jarvis and Lucky did the damage, each returning maximums. Randwick D showed their clubmates no mercy as they beat Randwick B 9-1. Akira Roe and William Snell both went unbeaten in their singles. Jim Hurford scored a max which enabled his Randwick C side to beat the visiting Woodchester D 6-4.
Sasha Curzon completed a maximum which helped Phoenix G to an 8-2 victory over the visiting Cam & Dursley C team. Thornbury D were whitewashed by the visiting Cam & Dursley B with George Thomas, Tony Averis and Harry Hogan all going unbeaten. Forest Green D and Phoenix H shared the spoils at five all but Richard Wright was man of the match returning a max for the hosts. Experience told as the visiting Frampton D, beat Phoenix I 9-1, with Len Agg and Pete Seville scoring maximums against the Phoenix youngsters who were all making their league debuts.