In Glazetech Division Two Whitby Endeavour had a bye week and Ryedale’s match was called off. This paved the way for Trinity to reach the top of the table for the first time this season following an 8-2 defeat of Bingo Mcvitie. John Warburton and Piotr Ozon secured trebles but both needed five-ends to beat tenacious youngster Frazer Ives. Ives was rewarded for his determination as both he and Jack Louth beat Trinity’s third player, Roy Lowe.
Mid-table teams Eastfield Warriors and Picadore A shared a five-all draw. Guy Whiting was the player of the match. He won three singles - including a close five-ender against Richard Lloyd - and added the doubles with Daniel Lister. An understrength Picadore had to look to Division Three’s top player, Nigel Escreet to make up the numbers. With two wins he didn’t disappoint. Lloyd made up for defeat to Whiting by winning his remaining singles.
The one match that went ahead in Scarborough Flooring Division Three went with form but Liberators Southside were unable to achieve a whitewash in a 9-1 against Liberators Northside. Northside’s Brian Goodliffe was again the thorn in the side of Southside, taking one win by defeating Shaun Wells. Wells managed two wins against more experienced league opponents, taking two close five-end matches against Naomi and Kath Edwards. Nigel Escreet and John Farrell completed the scoring for Southside.