Grundy Park 1 and current Premier Division champions Allenburys 1 have both started well. Sam Flaum is still unbeaten in fifteen after helping Grundy Park 1 defeat Pramastars 1 and HRC 1, 10-0 and 8-2 respectively. Allenburys 1 are only three points behind, Mike Merryweather having exactly the same record as Sam. Grundy Park 2 are third, just ahead of Allenburys 2 after the two sides drew 5-5. In a 6-4 win at Cheshunt 2, Brian Day of Allenburys 2 won all his singles but partnering Dave Ling lost the doubles to James Pugh and Geoff Jeffries in five, losing the first set 14-12 and the decider by a score from the past, 21-19! Last seasonís Divison 1 champions, Pramastars 1 are finding it hard going with just three points after four matches.
In Division 1, two points separate four teams, HRC 2 just two points ahead of Pramastars 2, Grundy Park 3 and Allenburys 3. Matches between the four show how close the division is, in the head-to-head matches none of the teams have scored more than six in an evening. Andy Reeve won all three singles for Allenburys 3 in a 5-5 draw with Pramastars 2. Wayne Boddy did the same as Pramastars 2 beat HRC 2 6-4, as did Jenny Pomfrett as HRC 2 won 6-4 at Allenburys 3. Although Grundy Park 3 won 7-3 at St Andrews to remain equal second, two points behind HRC 2, Harbinder Singh lost his unbeaten record, John Hughes coming from two sets down to win 3-2, one of his three wins on the night. Honours were even between the two new teams as Bruce, Ian and Janette McAllister of Furneux Pelham drew 5-5 at Stanstead Abbotts, Ian winning all three.