Broadway's first mixed side continue their chase for the Birmingham League's Division One title after recording a 5-4 victory over Birmingham University students.
Trevor Kernick/Kirsty Tarr secured their seventh win in eight and Steve Pemberton/Alison Franks won two further games.
KRS enjoyed two victories over Broadway II in the top mixed and mens sections. The mixed won 9-0 with Tim Lawrence/Sara Mason and Kenroy Harrison/Kate Strong in top form.
The Lawrence/Harrison mens' combination produced the match-winning display in a 6-3 win over the 2nd mens side to condemn them to Division Two next season.
Solihull & Shirley's 1st men, meanwhile, lost 8-1 to the students and followed up with a 5-4 defeat to Bidgley Power.
John Forde/Phil Hammond and Ben Witham/Ivor Griffiths provided the students with their second win in five games. Bidgley Power's duo of Alfa Mia/Imran Basher provided the Aston side with their fourth win in six.
The Central ladies quartet of Jayne Page, Sue Turner, Dee Perry and Linzi Kernick whitewashed Solihull & Shirley I 6-0 to complete their season in runners-up position for the third consecutive year.
In mens' Division Two, the Cocks Moors combination of Alan Hope/Greg Turrell provided the backbone to a 7-2 win over Poplar.
* Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms rounded off an excellent effort by England to beat Denmark 3-2 in the Carlton International at Preston.
The Olympian pair beat Thomas Laybourn and Kamilla Juhl 21-11, 21-16 to claim the final rubber.
It was a remarkable recovery after the hosts and the Dutch had shared a singles and doubles match each.
In the men's singles, Aamir Ghaffar was beaten 21-18, 21-12 by Niels Christian Kaldau but Tracey Hallam, of Staffordshire, hit back by beating Tine Hoy 21-19, 21-12.
Leicester's Robert Blair and Anthony Clark of Nottingham fought out a 21-13, 14-21, 21-17 defeat to Jens Eriksen and Martin Lund-gaard Hansen but Emms and Donna Kellogg, put England on level terms again with a 21-18, 14-21, 21-14 victory over Lene Frier Kristiansen and Kamilla Juhl. Emms then partnered Robertson to victory over Laybourn and Juhl.