Thornbury A share top spot with Woodchester A in the division after a comfortable 10-0 win over the visiting Phoenix B. Len Vowles, Julian Elsbury and Ian Maggs were all unbeaten. Woodchester A won 7-3 at Frampton A with James Ashton scoring a max for the visitors. Yate also had a convincing win beating the visiting Phoenix A 10-0, Andy Cox, Will Berkley and Dave Hope all unbeaten on the night. Woodchester B won by a similar score at Frampton B with Clive Ellison, Stan Shilton and Tony Clarkson all unbeaten.
Phoenix C moved to the top of the division after beating the visiting Thornbury B 7-3 with Andy Stratford scoring a max for the home side. Woodchester C went down 2-8 at home to Frampton C for whom Dave Metcalfe and Dave Pearce scored maximums. A maximum for Steve Charlwood helped 2 man Randwick A beat the visiting Whiteshill B 6-4. Nailsworth A recorded their first win of the season, beating 2 man Pessimists 8-2 with Alan Welsh unbeaten.
Two man Woodchester D couldn’t prevent the visiting Cam A moving into second place as they lost 3-7, Harry Prescott was unbeaten for the visitors. Phoenix E entertained local rivals Forest Green C winning the match 7-3 despite a maximum from Tony Poole for the visitors. Phoenix D held on to top spot after defeating their hosts, Randwick C, 8-2 with Andy Hammond scoring three for the away team. Marcus Holba scored a maximum for Randwick B but couldn’t prevent them losing 3-7 at home to Whiteshill C.
Cam B stay top of the division after a comfortable 9-1 defeat of the visiting Frampton D, Lin Callard and Paul Stewart each scoring a max for the home side. Randwick D kept up the pressure on the leaders as they won 7-3 at Cam C with Jim Hurford scoring a max for the visitors. Phoenix G are also in a strong position after beating their “H” team club mates 8-2 with a maximum for Chris Hampton. Richard Wright was unbeaten on the night as Forest Green D and Randwick E shared the points at five all. Nailsworth B made light work of the opposition defeating the visiting Phoenix J 9-1 thanks to Mike May and Dave Watson scoring maximums.