Woodchester A take a narrow lead at the top of the division after a comfortable 8-2 victory against the visiting Phoenix B, David Lloyd won his three singles to finish as man of the match. A depleted Frampton A hold on to the second spot despite being held to a five all draw away to their B team club mates, Abu scoring a maximum for the “visitors”. Dave Harvey scored a maximum against the two players visiting from Yate which helped his side hold onto third spot with a 6-4 victory. Woodchester B slipped up as they lost 2-8 at home to Thornbury A, Dave Reeves and Emily Standing each scoring maximums. David Hadley was on good form for Phoenix A as they left Cirencester with a 6-4 victory, thanks in part to his maximum.
Thornbury B hold onto top spot in the division despite losing 4-6 at home to Phoenix D, Sam McIvor scored a maximum for the visitors and finished as man of the match. Phoenix C moved into second place after comfortably beating the visiting Woodchester C team 9-1, top scores from a returning Arran Skinner and Sally Jones greatly helped their cause. Whiteshill B secured a five all draw against Forest Green B, Jimmy Haycraft was man of the match for the visiting Green with an unbeaten max.
Nailsworth A hold the top place in the division after leaving Phoenix E with a 7-3 victory, David Pugh retuned a maximum for the visitors and was man of the match. Thornbury C are just a point behind after drawing five all at Phoenix F, Craig Skeldon was undefeated for the visitors. Randwick C kept the pressure on the top two teams as maximums from Jim Hurford and William Snell gave them a comfortable 8-2 win against the visiting Forest Green C. It was a busy week for William Snell as a few days earlier he also scored a max, this time against the visiting Woodchester D, but he couldn’t prevent the home side losing 4-6. Whiteshill C had a comfortable 9-1 victory over the visiting Randwick B, Andy Taylor and Terry Jordan each scored a max for the home side.
Nailsworth C lost 1-9 at home to high flying Cam & Dursley B, Joe Collins and Tony Averis each returned maximums. Phoenix G stay in second place after beating Nailsworth B 6-4 at home thanks in part to Sacha Curzon maximum. Phoenix H pulled back some ground on their club mates as they whitewashed their Thornbury D hosts thanks to Fred Donald, Howard Spellman and Andy Donald all going unbeaten. Richard Wright scored a max which gave his side the edge as they beat the two players from Frampton D 6-4. Ian Ashton was unbeaten for Phoenix I as they shared the points at five apiece with the visiting Cam & Dursley C, who also only fielded two players.