Woolton Hill Eagles move into fifth place in the table after defeating Upton Ultraviolets 7-3 with Antony Baker scoring a fine maximum including a close encounter with Matt Davies . Ian Langley had two wins as did Davies.
In the top of the table clash the Woolton Hill derby was was won by leaders Wildcats who beat Wolverines by 6-4 with Depesh Singh winning all three in straight sets and Alan Fuller won twice.including a 12-10 final set victory in the last match of the evening over Jonathan Hopson to seal the win Simon Sonsino was best for the losers with a double
Thatcham C move into second place after a win and a draw after a good 8-2 win over Thatcham Spartans with three from Colin Price and two each from Ray Beeks and Bao Tuyen Ly They had it tougher in their second match and it took skipper Ray Beeks to come twice from two sets down to earn a fine maximum to get a share of points with Kintbury Insufferables Yusef Saleni Esfaham and Rohit Sengupta both won twice for insufferables and also won the doubles together
Insuferables had another draw when they entertained Kintbury Cobras with Esfaham getting a treble and Sengupta a double Ian Wu won twice for Cobras just going down by 11-7 in the fifth against Esfaham
Thatcham A and E held out for a 5-5 draw with two man AWE Fission for whom John McLarty was unbeaten
Kintbury Outlaws held on to top spot with anner having to win the final match in deciding set to obtain a 6 - 4 win against Woolton Hill Racketeers Outlaws David Rawlings was top man with a treble . Rackeers Robert Cox won two matches.
West Ilsley B had to battle for their 6-4 victory over Woolton Hill Woodpeckers for whom Ajai Kamath won a maximum but two each from Steve Cobrin and Lionel Sheppard and that pair winning the doubles clinched the win