Cody E, in the Third Division, claimed their first success of the season when they took the 100% record of Ash E. Kim Phillips was the Cody hero with a maximum and he was ably supported by Alan Richards. Amy Parkes bagged a brace for Ash. Also winning for the first time was Fleet B who beat Tennis G 8-2. James Maxwell and Rob Brook each won three times with Andy Blunden supporting with a duo.
Central B recorded their opening win in the First Division when they beat two-man Frimley A 9-1. Martin Townshend and Robin Pretty were both unbeaten for Central.
In the Fourth Division Ash H inflicted the first defeat of the season on Ash G. Bob Murrell recorded a trio for the G team with Ben Carr and Darren Milstead each winning a couple for the H outfit. Crawley Ridge B maintained their perfect record with a 6-4 victory over Frimley E. Dennis Smith won three times for Frimley whilst the Crawley Ridge pair of David Marchant and Richard Hornby each won twice. Tennis J beat Ash F 7-3. Tom Ette won all his three with team-mates John Davis and Mehrdad Abutalebi each winning twice but both lost to Ash’s Sheila Pretty. Tennis H eased to the top of the table beating Cody F 7-3. Martin Evans continued his excellent early season form with a full house and Keith Johnson chipped in with a pair. Norrie Short won a couple for Cody. Braybrooke B overcame Fleet C 6-4. Mick Rumbold picked up another trio with Alan Yeung and Roy Chittenden each winning twice for Fleet.
Old Woking top the Second Division table after two 7-3 results against Tennis E and Cody A. In the first match Vijay Bhaskar was unbeaten with team-mates Frank Roberts and Bill Matlock each winning twice. A different team faced Cody with Gordon Aplin, Steve Cheek and Matlock all winning twice whilst Keith Russell bagged a brace for Cody. Cody B edged past Braybrooke A 6-4 with Duncan Sibbick claiming a maximum for Cody and colleague Dave Stenning winning a couple this was matched by Braybrooke’s Tony Gabriel. Frimley C beat Tennis E 7-3 with Andy Griffiths recording a maximum for Frimley and Peter Farrelly supporting with a couple. George Carder won twice for Tennis. In a tight encounter Fleet A eased past Bentley B 6-4. David Joyce won all three for Fleet with Lawrence Dack chipping in with a pair. Robin Street was twice victorious for Bentley.