|Colchester||2 – 5||Ladies’ 1s|
|Saffron Walden 2||2 – 2||Ladies’ 2s|
|Ladies’ 3s||3 – 1||West Herts 4|
|Ladies’ 4s||3 – 0||Saffron Walden 4|
|Ladies’ 5s||0 – 0||Bishop’s Stortford 5|
|City of Peterborough 2||5 – 3||Men’s 1s|
|Men’s 2s||7 – 3||Colchester|
|Men’s 3s||2 – 7||Berkhamsted|
|Men’s 4s||1 – 2||Harpenden 2|
|Berkhamsted 4||0 – 7||Men’s 5s|
|Men’s 6s||1 – 0||Hertford Stags|
The Men’s 5s followed up last week’s win with a huge 7-0 victory over Berkhamsted to reach fifth position in the league table. However, the Men’s 2s also scored seven in their win over Colchester to bag their second win after three defeats. Unfortunately, the Men’s 3s were on the wrong end of seven goals and are still struggling in their division.
The Ladies’ 1s were back on winning form, beating visitors Colchester and now sit in 4th place. The Ladies’ 3s and 4s both claimed three points after scoring three goals and are challenging for high positions in their tables. The Ladies’ 5s are also in a very good position after a no score draw with Bishop’s Stortford. The Ladies’ 2s followed last week’s win with a 2-2 draw at Saffron Walden.
Back to the Men’s section and the Men’s 6s pushed up another league position after last week’s win with another victory at home to Hertford Stags. The Men’s 4s couldn’t repeat last week’s win and neither could the Men’s 1s. Both sides are tenth in their respective divisions.