In Division 1, Tamworth Youth Club Wiff Waffs continued to notch up points towards a top of Division take-over. Maximum wins for Jody Bevington, Paul Hancox and two wins for Adrian Jones helped to secure a 9 - 1 win over Netheseal Cedar at their home venue.
Division 2 saw top of division Spital Daredevils secure a 7 - 3 win against Lichfield Knaves. Both Paul Bowler and Alan Baker produced three wins each and also won the doubles for Spital. Netherseal Oak are one of the contenders for the top spot and they managed to scrape a 6 - 4 win against Curdworth Wheelers Pongers, Highest scorer for this match was Nick Matthews for The Pongers who won his three games. Brian Hagger and Pete Jamieson won two each for Netherseal. The other two high flyers in this close division played each other and the result was a 5 - 5 draw. Mark Balant succeeded in winning all his three games for Lichfield Jets and it was Martin Tallis who won two of the points for Hopwas Jokers A. The other hopwas team, Jokers B lost 8 - 2 at home to Tamworth Rugby Kings. Both, Paul Bowler and Johnathan Pilling scored a hat-trick of games for The Kings.
Top of Division 3, Tamworth Rugby Club Oddballs had a 5 - 5 draw with Lichfield Musketeers, For The Oddballs Kevin Wright and Kieth Pratt scored two points & for The Musketeers, Alan Thorne and john Bell won two points. New team Tamworth Youth Club Talentz had their first win, with a 6 - 4 victory over Netherseal Ash. David Bree, for Talentz, won his three games and team mate Hayden Wooton won two more. Rhyss Williams added the sixth point. Lichfield Rockets also had a 6 - 4 win against Spital Mondays. Christopher davies and Zoran Djukovic won two points each and Claire Sykes added one more for The Rockets. Finally Kingsbury Cruisers secured a 7 - 3 victory over Tamworth Youth Club Lambs. For The Cruisers, Andrew Brown, John Lowe and Adam Lowe gained two wins each and won the doubles, but it was James Shaw for The Lambs who won a maximum three games.