In Division One, Netherseales narrowly beat Tamworth Youth Club Retros 6-4. Young Michael Bree played well for Retros, scoring a hat-trick of games, while Andy Rose and Jason Hadley each scored twice for Netherseales. In a Lichfield derby, Kings and Queens beat Jets 6-4. Di St Ledger could not be beaten for Kings and Queens, while Cameron Sykes and Mark Balant both won two out of three matches. Curdworth Wheelers Pingers beat Wilnecote Raiders 7-3. Rob Sheldon won all of his games for Pingers, supported by a brace from Rob Rowson. Andy Bache, Ryan Birbeck and Steve Atkinson each came away with a point for Raiders.
Division Two saw Kingsbury Tornadoes beat Lichfield Musketeers 8-2. Alan McLoughlin won all of his games for Tornadoes, with both Nigel Thompson and Karl Oliver scoring twice, losing out only to a Luke Sargent double. There was a 10-0 whitewash for Lichfield Knaves when they met TYC Inbetweeners. The Lichfield side of Dave Russell, Jack Gillespie and Gerbo Huisman came out on top, proving too strong for the young Tamworth side.
In Division Three, Curdworth Wheelers Pongers convincingly beat Lichfield Barons 9-1. Pete Bromley and Richard Grove were unbeaten, while Rob Bromley scored a brace, beaten by Barbara Jones in a close five game set. Rugby Oddballs beat Kingsbury Cruisers 6-4. Dave Storr and Kevin Wright were undefeated for Oddballs, while Ron Simpson, John Howell and Steve Gardener each retained a point for Cruisers. TYC China Whites narrowly beat TYC Lambs 6-4 in a match that could have gone either way on the night. Alex Farrell was unbeaten, while John Kinson scored twice for China Whites. Lambs saw James Shaw score a double, and Rob Shaw retained a point against Belinda Forster.
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