The status quo in the Fourth Division was maintained when the top two teams, Crawley Ridge C and Frimley F split the points. Yuriy Schulzhenko was the star performer of the evening with a maximum for Crawley Ridge. Ted Cornell and Kieran Daniel both bagged braces for Frimley. Ash F eased past Tennis H 6-4 probably halting Tennis’ promotion bid. Graham Thomas was unbeaten for Ash with Brian Lunn notching a duo. This was matched by Tennis’ Michael Wolfe. Fleet C secured a large victory, 8-2, over Cody F with Alan Yeung leading the way with a maximum. He was well supported by John Allan and Roy Chittenden who each won twice both losing to Cody’s Nigel Willshire. Frimley E beat Cody E 7-3 with Ramesh Vasudevamurthy and Charles Rhodes both unbeaten for Frimley. Braybrooke B eased past Tennis J 6-4. Sandra Jackson led the way for Braybrooke with a maximum whilst Ken Lewington bagged a brace for Tennis.
In the Third Division Crawley Ridge B’s progress to promotion was hindered when Ash E fought out a draw. Ash’s Terry French was unbeaten with the Crawley Ridge duo of Phil Garrett and Dave Skellern each winning twice. Crawley Ridge A eased their relegation fears with a 7-3 victory over Tennis F. Corin Moore was unbeaten for the Camberley team with team-mates Yuriy Schulzhenko and Ken Thompson both bagging braces. Tennis G kept the pressure on at the top with a 7-3 victory over Cody C. Peter Bone won all three for Tennis with Mehrdad Abutalebi supporting with a duo. This was matched by Cody’s John Harvey. Ash D beat Cody D 6-4 with Amy Parkes securing a full house for Ash and Jo Bartlett supporting with a duo. John Sheehy won a couple for Cody.
In the Second Division Bentley B pushed Tennis E closer to relegation with an 8-2 victory. Both Robin Street and Paul Farrant were undefeated. Ash C beat Tennis D with the help of a maximum from Nigel Tustin and a pair from Frank Winnard. Pu Zhang won a couple for Tennis.
In the First Division leaders Central A whitewashed Tennis C with Phil Snelson, Paul Baker and Peter Millard picking up the points. In an incredibly tight match featuring seven matches going the distance Ash A beat Frimley A 6-4 with both Dave Phelps and Nigel Care unbeaten for Ash.