Division 1
Needing points to move away from the relegation spots, Kingfisher B fought hard against Lightning A but couldn't manage to win the 8 games needed for a bonus point.
Lightning won 4 ladies and all 6 mens to move toward the finishing line, which was confirmed with 9 mixed wins. Lee Williams was the POTM as he was the only player to win all 8 games. Despite being on the losing team, Becky Dewhurst was involved in all of Kingfisher's 5 wins for a brilliant performance!

Poulton moved 2 points clear at the top after beating Hesketh Fleetwood A 14-10. The match was close throughout with Poulton edging the levels and mixed by 7-5. Michelle Skinner took all 8 games for the winners whilst Dave Wiseman won 6.

Pilling took advantage of a 5 sided Lightning B winning comfortably by 21-3. Elaine Danson and Jane Grey won all their games they played. Nathan Bunting won 2 mens including a 28-26 marathon and a 22-20 mixed! Pilling's 3 points mean they move out of the bottom places whilst Lightning look set for an early return to division 2.

Division 2
Hesketh Fleetwood B, easily maintained their 100% record, by hammering Stanley B.
HF dropped only 1 mixed game to Kathy Howard and Steve Whyatt and had 4 players winning all 8 games with Andy Manson conceding the fewest points. HF 5 points ahead and looking clear favourites to win the division.

The division's 2nd and 3rd best team was a closely contested tough battle with Stanley A narrowly defeating Project 12 by 14-10. After the levels, Stanley had a 9-3 lead thanks to 6 games from their men. Project fought hard in the mixed, and a win in the 1st and 4th sets together with 2 split sets meant they closed the gap to be only 11-9 down! However Stanley recovered their composure to win 3 of the last 4 games. Mr Consistent - Steve Canavan won 7 games for Stanley to be POTM and Kat Platt had a great night winning 2 ladies and all 4 mixed. Stanley 5 points behind Hesketh Fleetwood B but with a game in hand and also 5 points clear of defeated Project.

Hesketh Fleetwood C handed Lids a heavy defeat 22-2. They dropped only 1 ladies in the levels and then won 7 of the 8 mixed matches played with Lids unfortunately conceding 4 games. Linda Adams and Eddie Shah won all their 6 games played but Minoj Mandahar was the best player as he played and won all his 8 games. Julie Bennett won 2 games for Lids.

A strong line up helped Lightning defeat Lids by 10-6 with the match having several close games. James Leigh and Jason Lydon won 4 games for Lids but Lee Williams won 7 to be the match's best player. Lids earn a bonus point and stay 1 point ahead at the top but have played 2 games more than Lightning and 3 games more than unbeaten Hesketh Fleetwood.