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In the Premier Division Challoner A has started rather sluggishly so will grateful for their first success of the season, 9-1, against Burymead C. Rob Lemon and Anthony Johnson were both unbeaten for Challoner with Trevor Spraggs grabbing a pair. Godalming A showed no mercy to their C team handing them a 9-1 beating. Adam Laws and Alain Choo-Choy proved unbeatable for the A team whilst Christoph Pietrek marked his debut with a pair.

Aftermath  A, in the First Division, has suffered from postponements this season but maintained their 100% record with a 7-3 victory over College Hill B. Neil Harden was the star performer for Aftermath with a full house whilst Steve Pearce and Simon Turner notched a brace apiece in support whilst Adrian Sharp managed a similar score for College Hill. After three draws Ash B were on the wrong end of an 8-2 beating, against Allianz. Manoj Shah and Clayton Green each scored hattricksfor Allianz. Woking LTC A avoided defeat for the first time this season when they shared the spoils with Godalming D. Unfortunately time ran out when the two unbeaten players Kaho Cheung for Godalming and Kevin Bown squared up and the set ended up being awarded to Bown. Robert Shearman also won twice for Godalming.

Abinger, in the Third Division, suffered their first defeat of the season, 8-2 against Woking LTC C. Brian Hartles scored a full house for Woking with Mike Glen and Mike Frean each winning twice but neither able to get the better of Brendan Bayley who secured the Abinger points. Ash D also suffered their first defeat and coincidentally Challoner C their first win when Challoner prevailed 6-4. Tom Taylor-Woodward bagged the trio for Challoner whilst David Mackinnon and Bob Murrell managed duos for Ash. Aftermath E managed to avoid defeat for the first time this season when they drew with Ash C. Dave Bentall notched a trio for Ash whilst Richard Tapp and Ian Deswarte grabbed a brace apiece.

In the Fourth Division Burymead E and Cranleigh A had one of those satisfactory evening when the points were shared and no player went home without a win or loss. Pairs for Chris ray and John davies for Cranleigh and Simon Parris for Burymead. Godalming K whitewashed Bramley F with Roger Aspital, Tim Boxall and Ram Sethi picking up the points for Godalming.