The gap between Shottery A and the other members of the league was clearly demonstrated when they returned home from second placed West Warwicks with a 1 - 9 victory in their pockets. Gary Stewart overcame loss of the first game against Jim Ferguson to win through and chalk up his now all too familiar treble. Stephen Foster also dropped a game to Ferguson, but was made to work even harder by Alison Stewart. Their match see-sawed its way to a decider which was clinched 11 - 9 by Foster, who thereby also completed a treble, although the West Warwicks player can justifiably feel disappointed as she won two more points than her opponent over the course of their encounter. John Price added a brace for the champions, but couldn't get the better of Ferguson who won their keenly fought clash over the distance to ensure the hosts avoided the whitewash.
Shottery B wrapped up their season with an identical scoreline against the visiting Ashorne. Tim Fell and Gareth Hepworth both finished with trebles for the hosts, and Rob Poole was on track to emulate them when, in the final singles match of the evening, he earned a two game lead over George Mudie. However Mudie clawed his way back to turn the tide and win the next three games, thereby securing a late consolation for his team.
Poole was back in his more familiar C team colours when they shared the spoils at FISSC although, for the second successive fixture, the Villagers were only able to field two players. The Shottery captain delivered an unbeaten singles performance despite having to survive three deuces, one against Richard Bennett and two when playing his old rival Peter Florence. David L Lewis continued to impress, taking Florence to a decider and beating Bennett over four games before partnering Poole in the doubles. The pair just held the edge in a close contest, which included a 19 - 17 game secured by the hosts, to clinch the draw.
FISSC did not fare so well when they travelled to Henley A. The home team enjoyed a complete reversal of fortune after having been been on the receiving end of a whitewash in their two previous fixtures. However the lowly Farmers were unlucky to come away empty handed after narrowly losing out in several close matches. Both Malcolm Smith and Peter Bruce Moore lost games at deuce, but even more unfortunate was Richard Bennett who was on the receiving end of a 14 - 12 final game defeat to Peter Quince. Nevertheless it was very much Henley A's evening as Geoff Shephard, Stuart Ayres and Quince all finished with maximums.