In the first division, second placed Trinity A beat third placed Conwy B 9-1 and is temporarily topping the division. Ben Moore started the night on fire with his backhand particularly impressive against Paul Hulme. He found Sean Lucas initially more difficult, but he then came back from 4-9 down and 2-1 in games to beat Chris Phillips in five to secure his maximum. Abhishek Bathula secured his maximum dropping two games in the process. Stuart Dearden narrowly beat Paul in a five-game thriller before losing another five-game encounter to Chris Phillips.
In the second division, Craig-y-don B are catching up their fixture backlog with impressive wins this week, beating Police B 6-4 and Y Morfa B 10-0. Kevin Evansplaying for Police B did not drop a singles game on the night. However, Ged Haresnape and Gary Blakemore representing Craig-y-don B landed the doubles 12-10 in the fifth. Craig-y-don B led 5-4 going into the final match where Ged played well to land the match beating Peter Roberts in three straight. Y Morfa B were able to win a game in half the matches in their 0-10 defeat, with Andy McNeil taking a game fromAdy Waugh the standout performance. In a good week for the Craig-y-don club the A team beat Rhyl C 10-0. Here John Bastin, Billy Hayes and Bill Williams won all their matches without dropping a game.
Conwy B 1 Trinity A 9
Police B 4 Craig-y-don B 6
Y Morfa B 0 Craig-y-don B 10
Craig-y-don A 10 Rhyl C 0