|Shefford and Sandy||2 – 2||Ladies’ 1s|
|Ladies’ 2s||4 – 4||West Herts 3|
|St. Neots 2||6 – 1||Ladies’ 3s|
|Saffron Walden 5||2 – 2||Ladies’ 4s|
|Men’s 2s||2 – 2||Letchworth 2|
|Men’s 3s||5 – 2||Rickmansworth|
|Men’s 6s||3 – 2||Royston 3|
Seven matches were played on Saturday and four of those ended in a draw. The Men’s 3s consolidated their position at the top of Division 4SW with a good win over Rickmansworth. They are assured promotion and will most likely be champions with two games still to play. The only other win came from the Men’s 6s, who claimed the three points against Royston to jump into 7th spot in Division 7SW. With the promotion and relegation places already decided, they can relax into the last two games and boost their points tally.
The Ladies’ 1s had a 5-0 win mid-week against Harpenden and took the point against Shefford and Sandy on Saturday. They have now completed all games and hold second position in Division 2SW. However, they could slip to third if Wapping average 8-0 wins in their last two games! The Ladies’ 2s drew with West Herts and have two games to play to improve their fourth place in the Premier Division. The Ladies’ 3s suffered a 1-6 beating at St. Neots, but have 3 games left to play this season. They are currently 6th in Division 2. Saffron Walden shared the points with the Ladies’ 4s, who are fairly safe behind the leaders in Division 4 with two games to go.
The Men’s 2s drew with Letchworth and stay in 4th in Division 2SW. Their final game cannot see them progress any higher, but they need to safeguard against a one place drop.