All the top teams had convincing wins
Ashford Hill Ramblers bounced back from defeat last week to beat Thatcham Jeffernauts 10-0 with fine performances from Paul Rattue John Goodyer and Steve Murgatroyd
Woolton Hill Badgers are one point behind Ramblers also won 10-0 against the other promoted side Thatcham Scorpions with Malcolm Cummins Richard Fettes and Andy Moore all getting maximums.
Kintbury Titans are still unbeaten but have played one game less was another 10-0 winner over Upton Ultraviolets with Ray Powell Kevin Brooker and Nat Richardson doing the damage although Brooker had to come from 2 sets down to win 15-13 in decider against Mike Aistrop
Woolton Hill Eagles got in on the act and defeated Thatcham Lions 10-0 Antony Baker Nick Langley and Duncan Groves all winning in straight sets
In the final match in this division maximums from Tony Brown and Richard Rosinski and them pairing up in the doubles saw Thatcham A beat Kintbury Jog by 7-3
Thatcham Scavengers join Thatcham C at the top after a tough 6-4 win over Thatcham A and E Spencer Harvey and Darren Harper both winning two for Scavengers but none could match a fine treble from A and E 's Lorainne Mortimer
Thatcham C were held to a draw for the second week running by Kintbury Cobras for whom Ian Wu won all three and with Jenny Tanner won the important doubles 11-9 in the fifth Both Colin Price and Bao Tuyen Ly had two wins for the Thatcham team.
Celia Hooker was the star for Thatcham Spartans when they played AWE Fission twice coming from 2 sets down and once 2-1 down to score a fine maximum and teamed up with Eric Panting to win the doubles and earn a 6-4 victory. Bob Harris and John McLarty both had a brace for AWE .
Woolton Hill Wolverines made it two wins from two when they defeated Thatcham Choppers 8-2 with a treble from Simon Sonsino and doubles from Robin Burns and Simon Craig
The top two teams Kintbury Outlaws and Thatcham Hawks fought out a 5-5 draw with Hawks Ian Dickason the top player being unbeaten and his success with Christine Milne in the doubles got them two points John Tanner and Davis Rawlings both had two wins each for Outlaws.
Thatcham Tornados who have been picking up points against the top sides earned a good draw against West Ilsley B with Dan O'Neil getting a hard earned maximum winning two of his matches 11-9 in deciders and with Michael Sopp took the doubles. Winning two apiece for Ilsley were Lionel Shappard and Dave Langton.
Woolton Hill Woodpeckers beat two man Kintbury Dynamos 7-3 with Ajai Kamath keeping his unbeaten record and Tom Kelly winning two for Dynamos.
John Panting won all three for Thatcham Spitfires but they still lost 6-4 to Woolton Hill Racketeers for whom Panos Stemitsiotis and Robert Cox both won twice and paired in the doubles