- Bradninch C Club 450, Castaways 453;
- Settler Boys 425, Globetrotters 438;
- The Ponies 385, Ashbrittle 421;
- Queens Head 441, Brass Monkeys 428;
- Barmy Army 501, Elmore Club 393;
- Crossways 401, Bellies 399;
- The Hounds 367, Barley Mow 327;
High Scores: 78 – Wayne Cottrell (Settler Boys, four spares one of 25}; 76 – R Welsh (Queens Head, four spares); 71 – L Rendall (Barmy Army) and Angelo Binacionni (Castaways) both three spares; 70 – A Hill (Barmy Army, two spares); 69 – F Froom (Barmy Army, three spares); 68 – R Lowman (Elmore Club, three spares); 66 – P Slade (Barmy Army, two spares); 65 – M Shires (Castaways, two spares);
- Bradninch C Club were involved in a close game with Castaways with the result in doubt until the last leg. The away team won the game on the second leg pulling 11 pins and stayed in front to the line in-spite of the Cricketers wining all five other legs!
- The derby game between Settler Boys and Globetrotters saw the Boys take the first leg by 24 pins with the Totters overtaking them after the third and though they lost the fourth won the rest to take the points and stay in joint top spot.
- The Ponies did not have a good day at the office as went down at home to Ashbrittle. They won the last leg but the game was already lost as by then the away team had taken too many pins to lose the game.
- Queens Head won their game against Brass Monkeys with R Welsh their anchor man taking the honours with a three spare 76 posting 12 pins more than any other player in the game.
- Barmy Army went on the rampage this week against Elmore Club showing them no mercy as they won all the legs and at the end of the war had won by 108 pins (yes 108!). At the halfway stage the home team already had a 50+ pin advantage.
- Crossways remain in touch with the leaders as they are just two points off the top spot as they just won their game against Bellies. The legs were shared but the home team managed to be ahead at the line by just two pins.
- Bottom of the table clash was won by the home team The Hounds as they took a comfy two points beating Barley Mow. The Hounds won the first five of the legs as the Mowers won a consolation last leg.
- Barmy Army 397, Castaways 389;
- Elmore Club 319, Globetrotters 377;
- Brass Monkeys 374, Ashbrittle 391;
- Queens Head 425, Bellies 450;
- The Ponies 427, The Hounds 381;
- Settler Boys 447, Crossways 448;
- Bradninch C Club 482, Barley Mow 420;
Postponed game – Castaways 355, Elmore Club 364;
High Scores: 72 – Richard Pike (Bellies, three spares), Rich Sobey (Crossways, three spares one of 23); 71 – S Coles (Ashbrittle, four spares), Steve Trevelyan (Bellie three spares); 68 – M Gillard (Bradninch C Club, two spares); 65 – G Dowrick (Bradninch C Club) and A Head (Queens Head) both two spares;
- Barmy Army and Castaways both won three legs, with the away team having overtaken the Army by one pin after two legs. Then the Army charged into a six pin lead after four and managed to hold on to take the points.
- An out of form Elmore Club took a hammering from a fired up Globetrotters, who won five of the legs to take a convincing win and with Elmore winning their postponed game, the two teams are still in joint second place.
- After four legs Brass Monkeys were trailing Ashbrittle and as they also lost the last two saw the points won by their opponents. Man of the Match was S Coles with a four spare 71.
- Queens Head did not have the best game this week as Bellies took the points away with them. Queens overtook Bellies after two legs to lead by 17 but the latter won the rest of the legs with two players in the 70s!
- After two legs The Ponies were overtaken by Barley Mow to fall behind by 17 pins, but they then took command and won the next three legs, and the last leg was drawn.
- Settler Boys posted a first leg of a five spare 91, but Crossways responded with a second leg of five spare 110. Man of the Match was Rich Sobey who threw a three spare 72, one spare of 23 in that second leg. At the end of the game there was only one pin separating the teams, but the away team had that pin!
- The scores at Bradninch C Club were nowhere near as high as last week, but they still posted enough pins to take the game from Barley Mow. The cricketers won five of the legs.
- Castaways v Elmore Club – postponed
- Globetrotters 455, Brass Monkeys 415;
- Barley Mow 421, Ashbrittle 385;
- Bellies 379, Barmy Army 416;
- The Hounds 306, Queens Head 310;
- Crossways 440, The Ponies 424;
- Bradninch C Club 562, Settler Boys 472;
High Scores: 101 – M Gillard (Bradninch C Club, five spares, on of 26); 80 – Ed Andress (Bradninch C Club), Wayne Cottrell (Settler Boys) both four spares; 76 – Alistair Bussell (Brass Monkeys, four spares); 71 – P Slade (Barmy Army, three spares); 70 – Mark Deane (Crossways, three spares); 69 – C Welsh (Globetrotters, three spares); 68 – Karl Jenner and Kev Richardson (Barley Mow, both three spares); 67 – P Fyles (Bradninch C Club, two spares), Andy Crocker (Settler Boys, two spares one of 21), Brian Quait (Settler Boys, three spares); 65 – C Acton (Bradninch C Club, two spares);
- Castaways v Elmore Club – game postponed
- The first leg of the game between Globetrotters and Brass Monkeys was shared, but then the home team won the next three to take enough pins to win the game. Man of the Match was BMs’ captain Alistair Bussell with a four spare 76.
- Barley Mow had by far the best of the play in their game with Ashbrittle as they won five of the legs to take a comfortable win.
- Bellies did not have a good day at the office as they only won the first leg against Barmy Army. The latter threw eight spares to the home team’s five.
- The Hounds’ losing run continues as this week they lost by only four pins to Queens Head. The legs were shared but Queens pulled enough on the fifth to take the points and remain top of the table.
- Crossways won five of their legs in the game with The Ponies. Both teams posted 84 legs! Man of the Match was lead man Mark Deane with a three spare 70, with captain Stuart Palfrey wading in with 24 spare.
- None of Bradninch C Club players posted less than 61 in their game with Settler Boys, but the score of the night (well of the season) has to be Matt Gillard’s five spare 101! The game also included a six spare 116 fifth leg.
- Castaways 359, Ashbrittle 344;
- Barley Mow 376, Globetrotters 405;
- Bellies 409, Brass Monkeys 353;
- The Hounds 297, Elmore Club 314;
- Crossways 420, Barmy Army 411;
- Bradninch C Club 486,Queens Head 447;
- Settler Boys 433, The Ponies 438;
High Scores: 87 – Dominic Tuckett (The Ponies, five spares); 82 – J Reed (Bradninch C Club, four spares); 71 – S Webber (Queens Head, three spares); 68 – Gary Cross (Bellies, three spares), G Dowrick (Bradninch C Club, two spares); 66 – R Welsh (Queens Head), Brian Quait (Settler Boys) both three spares; 65 – Ashley Rice (Crossways (two spares); Wayne Cottrell (Settler Boys) and B Gratton (The Hounds) both three spares;
- The legs were shared in the game between Castaways and Ashbrittle but the points were won by the home team. Halfway through the game the home boys were 10 pins ahead and took five more pins over the last three legs.
- Barley Mow found Globetrotters in top form as the latter won the first four legs to take an unassailable lead. Barley Mow won the last two but it was too little too late!
- Led by their captain Bellies took all the legs in their game with Brass Monkeys. This win keeps Bellies in joint second place in the table.
- The derby game between The Hounds and Elmore Club was won by the latter as they took four of the legs. They were 13 pins up after two and added four more pins to that. This win keep Elmore in joint second place.
- A close game took place between Crossways and Barmy Army, with the home team hanging on to take the win by nine pins. The home team had done enough after winning the first four legs.
- Bradninch C Club won five legs in their game with top of the table Queens Head. The game included a 91 leg from the home team and a leg of 90 from the away boys.
- There was one leg shared by Settler Boys and The Ponies but the latter won three of the other legs to climb up the table. There was only five pins separately them at the line.