Hotshots ladies side are celebrating a third consecutive Birmingham League Division One title after defeating nearest rivals Central, 5-1, in the top match of the week.
Worcestershire's Debbie Beeston-Smith and Tracy Baker remained in unbeaten form to confirm the Barnt Green-based side as the top ladies team in the league for the third consecutive season.
Birmingham University students had to endure two defeats in the top men's and mixed divisions.
Bidgley Power beat the men's side 6-3, with Alfia Mia with Saaid Ahmed, and Haroon Raza with Wang Wenje, undefeated, while KRS beat the mixed side 5-4.
Warwickshire's Chris Tonks and Jackie Latham took the match honours while Richard Wrigley with Elana Johnson, and Phil Hammond with Jenna Tye, won two games each for the students.
Four Oaks mixed side are on course for a quick return to the top division after recording two more heavy victories in Division Two.
They defeated Holy Trinity 8-1 and followed that with a 7-2 victory over Solihull & Shirley II. Ben Loach and Andrea Harvey-Hall produced the top performance in both matches.
In the other match played, Trinity's Mark Hatton with Sue Benton remained unbeaten against Lighthall in a 5-4 defeat.
Poplar's Justin Garnett with Alan Wong provided the match-winning display in their side's last-game decider over KRS II in men's Division Two.
Warwickshire's fourth side continue their unbeaten sequence after recording a 13-2 win over Shropshire's fourths at St Augustine's, Coventry.
Coventry's Kate Strong took the match honours with four wins. She beat Vicki Cornish 11-9, 11-4 in her singles, won both ladies doubles with Nadine Towell and the mixed with Tom Burton.
Solihull & Shirley's Jo Hulse and Coventry's Nadine Towell contributed three wins each in the doubles.
Hulse won both men's doubles with Owen Webb and mixed with Towell to secure their sixth consecutive victory. n England scraped third place in the Thomas Cup after beating the Netherlands 3-1 in the play-off in Thessalonika, Greece.
In the singles, Aamir Ghaffar beat Dicky Palyama and Nick Kidd defeated Rune Massing each in two sets while Andrew Smith lost to Eric Pang. But Anthony Clark & Robert Blair's win over Jurgen Wouters & Koen Ridder was enough to clinch the win. Denmark won the Cup with a 3-0 triumph over Germany, with Peter Gade, Kenneth Jonassen, Jens Eriksen & Martin Lundgaard all winning their matches.