Reigning champions Curdworth marched on in the Premier Division of the Birmingham League after thrashing Sutton.
Ian Ferguson and Andy Hare remained unbeaten for Curdworth in a 9-1 victory.
Andy Evans won three singles for West Midlands Phones in their 6-4 win over Colebridge Braves, while Les Minott and Bhavesh Amlani both gained maximums for Bournville against Hockley Heath A in a 7-3 success.
Beaufort Sports A have made a fine start to the season in Division One, with Harry Sideras in fine form as Jacombs A were defeated 7-3
Colin Claverley beat both Chris Harris and Andy Choi in the decider as Sutton B just got the better of their C team by a 6-4 margin.
Land Rover C and Sandwell Unison drew 5-5, with Unison's Brian Morris ensuring a share of the spoils with a four-game win over Chris Allen.
Newcomer Bob Findlay was in outstanding form for Walmley A in their Division Two clash with Colebridge Falcons, winning three singles, although Falcons' John Cox and Tony Greene ensured a 5-5 scoreline, with 15-13 and 11-8 final-game wins over Colin Lewis and Alan White respectively.
Glenn Whitlock was unbeaten for Quinborne in their 7-3 win at Smithereens, while penholder Mark Hadley lived up to his reputation as the best player in the division with an unbeaten performance for Colebridge Eagles at Sutton D.
Smithereens also lost 6- 4 at Colebridge Hawks, for whom Matt Allen showed improved form to pick up a couple of singles wins.
Eagles crushed St Chads 9-1 to roar into an early lead in the promotion stakes.
Dean Hicks showed his class for Hockley Heath B in their 7-3 victory at Colebridge Indians in Division Three, with Bernard Oliver also unbeaten for the visitors.
The Land Rover D trio of Paul Thomas, Tony Arends and Rex Gines look set to be among the major challengers if their form in their 9- 1 defeat of Walmley B is anything to go by.
John Dineen gained a maximum for Land Rover E in their 6-4 success at Bournville C in Division Four and Bournville B drew 5-5 with Streetly B. Darren Williams of Bournville was the only unbeaten player in the fixture.
Alan Healey won his three singles in straight games for Sutton F in a 7-3 win at Lodge Road and they followed up with a 7- 3 verdict against Hockley Heath C. Beaufort Sports B hammered Land Rover F 9- 1, with Frank Cheshire and Ray Cobley gaining maximums.
Ron Fraser remains unbeaten in Division Five for West Midlands Police, who beat Beaufort Sports D 6-4, while Streetly C and Sutton I drew 5-5. Streetly's Stuart Oakes was unbeaten.