Hamstead A look set to retain their Premier Division title approaching the halfway stage of the campaign. Steve and Lester Bertie, Andrew Dixon and Nabil Khalfey have put Colebridge Aces in the shade so far, with the Shirley based side only having Warwickshire champion Amann Ubhi displaying the consistent form required for title success.
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Harry Sideras and Tony Stewart both gained maximums for Beaufort Sports C as they toppled Colebridge Giants 7-3 in Division Two.
John Cox included an 11-9 in the fifth success over Steve Taylor in his unbeaten display for Colebridge in a 7-3 defeat of Colebridge Lions in Division Three.
Colebridge Magpies thumped Sutton Coldfield H 9-1 in Division Four, as Kevin Bray, Oliver New and Charles Brookes won three singles each. Bray was also a maximum man in the 7-3 away win at Hamstead D. Gurpal Virdi helped Hamstead back to winning ways at Walmley B in a 7-3 scoreline. Walmley edged Sutton Coldfield H 6-4 thanks to a Maurice Clayton hat-trick and a pulsating Tim Stevens victory over Dave Butler after being two games down. F.Jacombs A beat both Bournville C and Sutton Coldfield G by 7-3 margins, despite a max from Sutton's Steve Bailey. Sam Georgevic produced a classy treble against Bournville. Pulkit Bawa continued his fine form for Quinborne B in a 7-3 success over West Midlands Police B, with teammate Maurice Eggleton also picking up three singles.