Division 1: A maximum from Marcus Holba at home to Woodchester A was not enough to prevent Forest Green A losing 4-6.

Cirencester and Phoenix A shared the points at 5-5 with Eddie Roofe going unbeaten for the visiting Phoenix team.

Phoenix B were whitewashed at home to top of the table Woodchester B with Clive Ellison, Nick Collins and Tony Clarkson all going unbeaten.

Frampton A played hosts to Yate, but thanks to a maximum from Scott Cooper the visitors left with an 8-2 victory.

Phoenix C and Thornbury A were equal on the score sheet at 5-5 with the visitors Dave Reeves hitting a maximum for the visiting Thornbury.

Division 2: Thornbury B showed no mercy as they dispatched the visiting Randwick B 10-0 with Gavin Rogers, Simon Lewis and Mark Attwood the winning trio.

Nailsworth A lost 3-7 at home to Cam & Dursley A with George Thomas finishing as man-of-the-match for the visitors with a hat-trick.

Steve Greening returned three singles wins for Whiteshill A, but his side still lost 4-6 at home to Forest Green B. Frampton C and Frampton B played out a 5-5 draw with Bob Murray scoring three for the away team.

Division 3: Randwick C won 7-3 at home to Phoenix G with Jim Hurford finishing the night unbeaten for the hosts.

Phoenix F and Cam & Dursley B played an entertaining 5-5 draw in which no one player could dominate. Woodchester D were inspired by a Tony Poole maximum to beat the visiting Phoenix E 8-2. The two-players available for Whitehill B lost 4-6 at home to Thornbury C with the visitors Steve Biles unbeaten.

Division 4: Cam & Dursley C won 6-4 at home to Forest Green C, the scoreline could have been greater if it wasn’t for a maximum from the visitors Richard Wright.

Nailsworth B five, Randwick D five was the final score when the two sides met with Alun Davies scoring a max for the Nailsworth side.

Captain Allan Norman and Howard Spellman each scored maximums on their visit to Thornbury D, which enabled them to come away with a 7-3 win.

Two-player Randwick E lost 2-8 at home to Frampton D with the visitors Simon Ruddleston going home unbeaten.