In the first division, Trinity A closed the gap at the top to fourteen points with a game in hand following a 10-0 win against Conwy B. Paul Hulme took a game from each of the Trinity players but the encounter of the night witnessed the doubles pairing of Abhishek Bathula and Stuart Dearden beat Melvyn Booker and Chris Phillips 13-11 in the fifth. Rhyl A move into mid-table after a 9-1 result over Amlwch B. Barrie Russ and Dave Foster both secured maximums and Don Grigg landed the islanders point at the expense of Steve Lowe. Police A shared the points with Trinity B in the closest battle of the week. Mark Pugh won his three in three straight but Trinity B won each of the four five-game matches. Eddie Chan winning two of these tight games and Ben and Fred Moore one each to secure the draw.
In the second division, Craig-y-don B remain eight points adrift of league leaders Rhyl B following an 8-2 win over Rhyl C and a 4-6 loss in the Craig-y-don derby. Gary Blakemore won four games in the week and they were helped by borrowing a player from the A team. Yet in a strange twist of events Ady Waugh secured a maximum against his own team in the derby match. Amlwch C lie third three points off second with a game in hand following an 8-2 victory over Rhyl C. Marcus Jones representing Rhyl C won two singles matches but was thwarted in his mission for a maximum 10-12 in the fifth by the islanders captain Matthew Winnett. Mark Hadcock and George Higham won their remaining singles games to ensure Amlwch C remain on the heels of Craig-y-don B.
Trinity A 10 Conwy B 0
Rhyl A 9 Amlwch B 1
Police A 5 Trinity B 5
Craig-y-don B 4 Craig-y-don A 6
Amlwch C 8 Rhyl C 2
Rhyl C 2 Craig-y-don B 8