Division 1: Forest Green A whitewashed visiting Cirencester with maximum scores from Marcus Holba, Dave Adamson and Sam Turner. Woodchester B also had a convincing home win, beating Thornbury A 8-2 - Clive Ellison and Tony Clarkson unbeaten.

Phoenix B picked up seven valuable points, while entertaining two-player Yate, but none of the home side could beat Will Berkley.

Frampton A convincingly beat Phoenix A by eight points to two, with James Dance and Peter Kirkham unbeaten. Dave Hadley scored a maximum for Phoenix C, but couldn’t prevent his side losing 4-6 at home to Woodchester A.

Division 2: Cam & Dursley A and Forest Green B shared the spoils at 5-5. Veteran Alan Giles was man-of-the-match for the away side with a maximum.

Thornbury B won 6-4 at home to Randwick A with Mark Attwood scoring a maximum for the hosts.

Nailsworth A suffered a 2-8 defeat at the hands of the visiting Frampton B with both Steve Porter and Robin Munson going home unbeaten. Frampton C comfortably beat Phoenix D as both Dave Pearce and Simon Philp were unbeaten. Whiteshill A scored a 9-1 victory against a weakened two players from Randwick B, both Steve Greening and Chris Varley were unbeaten.

Division 3: Randwick C entertained Woodchester D and the visitors, led by Pat Pumphry, went home with a 7-3 victory.

Woodchester C whitewashed the visiting team from Phoenix E as Olly Philp, John Bunn and Roger Davis went untroubled. Cam & Dursley B lost 3-7 at home to Thornbury C with the visitors Graham Eden finishing with a maximum and man-of-the-match. Neil Wilkins scored a maximum for Whiteshill B as they beat their opponents from Phoenix G 7-3.

Division 4: No one player could dominate in the match between Nailsworth B and Frampton D, but it was the Nailsworth team who came out with a 6-4 win against the two players from Frampton.

Christine Burrows scored a maximum for Thornbury D but her side still lost 4-6 at home against Cam & Dursley C. James Murray was unbeaten for Randwick E in their home tie against Forest Green C, which ended in a 6-4 home win. The points were equally shared in the club derby between the Phoenix H and I teams, but Ed Loader was man-of-the-match with a maximum for the host team.