|Saffron Walden 2||0 – 6||Ladies’ 1s|
|Potters Bar||2 – 1||Ladies’ 2s|
|Ladies’ 3s||5 – 1||Bishop’s Stortford 3|
|Ladies’ 4s||12 – 0||Milton Keynes 4|
|Men’s 1s||0 – 8||St Albans|
|Brentwood||3 – 4||Men’s 2s|
|Men’s 3s||6 – 0||Hertford 2|
|Royston||2 – 1||Men’s 4s|
|Men’s 5s||2 – 1||St Albans 6|
|Harpenden 4||0 – 5||Men’s 6s|
The Ladies’ 4s faced bottom of the table Milton Keynes and ran in a dozen for no reply to go second in Division 4. The Ladies’ 1s only did half as well (!) to beat Saffron Walden 6-0 and remain in promotion contention in Division 2SW. However, the Men’s 3s secured promotion in Division 4SW with a 6-0 victory over Hertford.
The Ladies’ 3s keep their mid-table position in Division 2 with a good 5-1 win over Bishop’s Stortford and the Ladies’ 2s sit fourth in the Premier Division after defeat to Potters Bar.
The Men’s 2s took all the points at Brentwood and are now fourth in a tight Division 2S. However, the Men’s 1s are almost certainly facing the drop next season after being handed a lesson from St Albans. The Men’s 4s and 5s are perilously close to relegation in divisions 4SW and 5SW respectively, but the Men’s 6s are probably going to survive in Division 7SW after Harpenden conceded Saturday’s game to give them 3 points and a 5-0 walkover.