Thornbury A made light work of Frampton A beating their visitors 10-0 thanks to Anthony Kent, Emily Standing and Dave Reeves only losing three singles games and one doubles game between them. Therefore maintaining their position at the head of the division.
A 9-1 score line flattered Randwick A when they beat the visiting Frampton C, Declan Fardon and Robbie Hawkins each scored maximums in a match where eight of the ten sets went to five and the other two went to four. A long night! Phoenix C beat the visiting Randwick B 9-1 with Sally Jones and Alan Wheeler scoring maximums for the home side. Whiteshill A and the visiting Thornbury B shared the points at five all with Steve Greening scoring a max for the home side to finish as man of the match. No one player could dominate when Forest Green B entertained Nailsworth A with the visitors leaving with a 6-4 win.
Phoenix E were well beaten at home by Woodchester C for whom Barry Morgan and John Bunn were undefeated in singles and doubles as their side won 9-1. Cam B also suffered a heavy defeat when they entertained Woodchester D, Colin Bruton and Roger Davis each returning maximums as they won 8-2. Phoenix D entertained Phoenix F but it was the away side that came away with an 8-2 victory thanks to maximums from Sam McIvor and Jon Ramsbotham. Thornbury C inflicted a 9-1 defeat on the visiting Randwick D thanks to maximums from Steve Biles and Len Pattison. Whiteshill C hold on to top spot as maximums from Chris Kowalczuk and Terry Jordan helped them beat the visiting Randwick C 9-1.
Phoenix H slipped from the top of the division as they lost 3-7 at home to Cam C, although Chris Hampton was man of the match winning all his singles for the home side. Forest Green C move to the summit after beating their Randwick E hosts 8-2, Allan Norman and Alex Edwards each returning maximums. Forest Green D and Thornbury D shared the points at five apiece when the two sides met at the Green, Rik Cross was man of the match winning all his singles. Nailsworth C beat the visiting Phoenix G 7-3 with a hat trick from Dave Watson making the difference. In his first match of the season Brian Cullis scored a maximum which helped Frampton D beat the visiting Nailsworth B 8-2.