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The last two remaining 100% records went in the Premier Division when  Burymead B and Godalming A slugged out a draw with half the games going the full distance. The star performer was Matt Pernet, for Burymead, who was unbeaten although two went the whole way. Michael Chan and Alain Choo-Choy won their other games for Godalming. Towards the bottom end of the table Merrow C chalked up their first win of the season, 7-3, against Challoner B. Nick Mills and Jason Tendler secured all the points for Merrow. Ash A also enjoyed their first win of the season, 6-4, against Godalming B. Chris Hazelhurst picked up a trio with Peter Millard winning twice, this was matched by Richie Bolton for Godalming.


In the Fourth Division Cranleigh B recorded their first win, 7-3, against Merrow K. Blue Porter and Chris Ray were undefeated for Cranleigh. Godalming H maintained their 100% record with a 9-1 trouncing of Cranleigh C. Gordon Grover and Dom Carpenter picked up maximums with Paul Herbert managing a brace. Bramley E also have an unblemished record thanks to a 7-3 success against Woking LTC D. Bob Holmden and David Barraclough won all the points for Bramley.


In the First Division the last two unbeaten records bit the dust. Firstly Aftermath A let a 4-2 slip to lose 6-4 to Burymead C. Joel Clancy was unbeaten for Burymead with Ian Farley picking up a brace. Albert Cheung won twice for the losers. Bramley A also succumbed for the first time with a 7-3 loss against College Hill B. The star for College Hill was Dave Woodward with a full house whilst Adrian Sharp and Graham Nutting each won twice but both lost out to Nick Gould.


In the Second Division Merrow G opened their wins account with a 6-4 success over Aftermath C. Ce Guo and David Lush each won twice for Merrow with Dave Wilson being unbeaten for Aftermath. This division is so tight evidenced by Ash B’s unbeaten record comprising all draws. The latest was against Aftermath C with Karim Lawji and Jackie Rice winning twice for Ash with Neil Harden and Martin Strutt matching that for Aftermath. Allianz and Bramley C also fought out a draw with Steve Cheeseman unbeaten for Bramley and supported well by Paul Brook with a pair. Clayton Green won twice for Allianz.


In the Third Division Challoner D got started in the wins column with a whitewash of Cody B. The early season fixtures have not been kind to Challoner so this was a welcome result for Jason Gee, Tom Taylor-Woodward and Ken Lemon.