As expected Kingfisher A easily beat their B team by 24-0 to briefly lead the table on games. Rachel Platt, returned from injury, to post the best points difference and be the best player on the night.
Most matches between teams from the same club tend to be one sided but the match between Kirkham Charter A & B was the exception. The B's ladies won 5 and with their men picking up 2 games they led 7-5 after the levels. Both sides then won a set of mixed leaving the B still ahead 9-7. However the A responded by winning the next 6 games before a final split set gave them a 14-10 win. Ian Chase and Richard Pascutti both won 7 for the winners but best performance on the night was the 6 games won by Anita Driscoll for the B! Early days but the A lead the table after winning both their games.
In another club clash Hesketh Fleetwood B beat their C team by 22-2. Callum Hau from the C split both his mens but the other games,apart from 1 close mixed, were won comfortably by the B. All the ladies from the B won 8 games with Nicky Percy having the best points score on the night.
The match between Stanley and Bloomfield started evenly with both sides winning 2 sets for a 4-4 score at the half way stage. But, after a split 5th set, Bloomfield pulled away by winning the final 6 games. James Turton won 4 for the home team but Eddy Choudhury was again his teams top scorer winning 7.
Hesketh Fleetwood B fielded an all ladies team in a tough match against a strong Lids team and, despite winning the very first game, went down 1-15. Katie Kinder and Diane Atkinson with the solitary game for the home team but Will Booth and James Leigh won 8 for Lids for a comfortable win.