In Division One, Curdworth Wheelers Pingers beat Tamworth Youth Club Retros 7-3 in a closely-fought game. Jack Williamson was unbeaten for Pingers, supported by a double from Rob Rowson. Michael Bree played well for Retros, winning two of his games, while Cameron McCurdy battled hard to take a point off Dawn Sagoo in the fifth game. Sutton Coldfield Panthers beat Lichfield Kings and Queens 8-2. Alan Caffery won a hat-trick of games, while Martin Round and Andy Choi both won two games each, beaten by a brace from Di St Ledger.
In Division Two, Hopwas Jokers beat TYC Inbetweeners 7-3. Martin Tallis won all of his games for Jokers, while David Tucker and Bill Lakin both scored two, beaten by an impressive double from David Bree. Spital Daredevils beat Lichfield Musketeers 8-2. Alan and Claire Baker were both undefeated, while Stuart Spalding lost out to good performances from Luke Sargent and Morgan Sykes.
In Division Three, Kingsbury Cruisers beat Netherseal Ash 7-3. Steve Gardner won all of his games for Cruisers, supported by a brace from John Howell, while George Parry also scored two for Ash. TYC Lambs comprehensively beat Burntwood 10-0, with the team of James Shaw, Matt Thompson and Rob Shaw proving too strong on the night. Curdworth Wheelers Pongers beat Kingsbury Crowns 9-1. Pete Bromley and Rich Grove could not be beaten, while Tom Haines managed to score a single against Nick Bromley to retain a point for Crowns.