Helen Turner and Paul Hancox won two singles each and combined for doubles success for Smiths Wood B in a pulsating 5-5 draw with Streetly A, in the Premier Division. Ray Dixon and Bemi Okunribido won two each for Streetly, with the crucial result being an 11-5 in the fifth victory for Turner over England veteran Dixon. Five sets went to the maximum with Smiths picking up four of them. Sutton Coldfield A were indebted to maximums from Ken Read and Purdip Shoker in a 7-3 away win at Hamstead C. Rob Rowson picked up a treble for Beaufort Sports A at Hamstead B but a great team effort from Baz Barrett, Rajinder Singh and Hemal Raval ensured a 7-3 success for the home side. Champions Hamstead A sneaked a 6-4 result at Beaufort Sports B as Lester Bertie and Steve Robinson picked up two each as did Jody Bevington and Michael Bree for Sports.
Promoted Colebridge Eagles had their wings clipped by a thumping 9-1 margin by Sutton Coldfield B. Howard Knight and Purdip Shoker were unstoppable for Sutton. Terry Cooper and Steve Taylor both notched hat-tricks for Streetly B as they stunned Colebridge Dinosuars by an 8-2 margin. Andy Choi and Andy Calloway of Sutton C did likewise over Streetly C again by an 8-2 margin. Smithereens copped a 6-4 triumph at West Midlands Police with a Kevin Flavell maximum the key to success.
Jacombs A were 5-2 down to Colebridge Falcons in Division Two before clawing back for a 5-5 draw courtesy of a Mark Georgevic hat-trick. Barry Sterling ensured the draw for Jacombs with victory over youngster Jamie Fellows. Tony Sheldon of Bournville E was the only unbeaten player in their clash with with their F team which ensured his side had a 7-3 success in Division Three. Newcomer Omar Zaman was a max man for Colebridge Knaves in a 5-5 draw at Quinborne. Dave Lewis was unbeaten for Smiths Wood D against Sutton Coldfield F beating the experienced trio of Mick Williams, Gerald Billington and Ken Lancaster in a 6-4 victory for his team. Walmley B thrashed Streetly D 10-0 as Nick Matthews, Ashley Stokes and Chris Latham proved unstoppable. Beaufort Sports C were another side in top form. Inflicting a 9-1 demolition on Walmley C courtesy of Alan Thompson and Ron Fraser hat-tricks.