Vikas Bakshi and Ben Willson enabled Colebridge Braves to get back to winning ways in their Premier Division clash against Hamstead C. The duo both picked up maximums in a crushing 9-1 victory. Ed Lynn and Amann Ubhi did likewise for Colebridge Aces in a similar scoreline over Streetly B.
Bournville A and Sutton Coldfield A drew 5-5 in a top of the table battle in Division One. Trevor Davies reeled off a majestic hat-trick for Sutton, with Les Minott and Bhavesh Amlani picking up two singles each for the home side. Minott ensured a share of the spoils with a final set success over George Webb by a decisive 11-7, 11-5, 11-9 margin. Beaufort Sports C are also in the title battle and roared to a 9-1 away win at Streetly B thanks to the usual trebles from Michael Bree and Jody Bevington. Colin Oakes was a max man for Streetly C at Sutton Coldfield C in a 7-3 triumph.
Colebridge Dinosaurs stay in the promotion frame in Division Two following an emphatic 8-2 victory over Colebridge Giants. Backhand specialist Brian Morris was unbeaten for Dinosaurs, with pen-holder Micky Bere picking up the Giants two. Colebridge Hawks and Colebridge Falcons clawed their way to a 5-5 draw. West Midlands Police and Colebridge Chiefs also shared the spoils in a high quality encounter. Sam Henderson of Chiefs continued his superb season with another maximum. Martin George of Bournville C closed in on the individual title after another treble at Smithereens, but the home side put in a fine team effort to clinch a 6-4 victory. Steve Smith sealed the win by beating Tim Freeman 12-10 in the fifth after being two games down.
Paul Thomas chopped and floated his way to a maximum for Division Three high fliers Ivy Leaf A in their comfortable 7-3 away win over Sutton Coldfield D. Walmley A enjoyed a nail biting 6-4 win at Smiths Wood C courtesy of hat-tricks from the experienced duo of Chris Hall and Alan White. Hall gained the crucial success over Dave Smye by 12-10 in the fifth after being two games down. Boni Amin led Sutton Coldfield E to a 7-3 triumph at Streetly D.
Richard Howes notched a maximum for Walmley B in the Division Four fixture with Bournville F to lead his side to a 7-3 win. Colebridge Jaguars had a hard fought 6-4 success over Smiths Wood D despite individual leader Tim Fell losing to both Dave Lewis and James Watts.
Sutton Coldfield G and Ivy Leaf B drew 5-5 in Division Five with the highlight being a great performance from Belle Halliwell who celebrated her recent 80th birthday with a hat-trick. Ashley Stokes and Chris Latham were both max men for Walmley C in their emphatic 9-1 home win over Bournville G.