Broadway's men and mixed sides are in imperious form after enjoying further wins in pursuit of the titles in Division One of the Birmingham League.
The men enjoyed their sixth consecutive win after inflicting a 9-0 whitewash on Bidgley Power. Ben Stawski with Handel Suryaputra, Rupert Sterling with Simon Goodwin and Trevor Kernick with Leroy Campbell took the honours.
Broadway's Trevor and Linzi Kernick took the honours in a 7-2 victory over Solihull & Shirley, who also lost 6-3 to Birmingham University students with Ivor Griffiths and Helen O'Leary undefeated.
In Ladies Division One, Hotshots and Central had big wins to remain in the top two places. Hotshots Catherine Grant and Rachel Priddy produced the top performance in a 5-1 win over KRS while Linzi Kernick led Central to a 6-0 win over the University students.
Holy Trinity's Andrew Woosnam and Lesley Broadway took the honours in a 6-3 win over Solihull & Shirley II in Mixed Division Two.
Central's Jonathan Plant and Jeva Bareva won five games out of six in one win and one defeat. They beat Cocks Moors 8-1 but lost 5-4 to KRS II.
Warwickshire's second and fourth sides produced excellent victories in inter-county matches at St Augustine's, Coventry.
The seconds defeated Norfolk 13-2 while the fourths thrashed Worcestershire's fourths 15-0.
Coventry University student, Sebastian Schutz, continues his unbeaten sequence in the third side. His promotion into the seconds produced another four-game win display.
He beat Alex Wyatt 15-6, 15-5 in his singles, and won both men's doubles with Anthony Homan and mixed doubles with Mary Le Druillanec.
Hayden Jones, Sarah Stevenson and Tracy Robbins contributed three further victories each.
Ben Stawski and Kate Strong produced an unbeaten display for the fourths after recording four wins each to consolidate top position.
Nadine Towel, Fara Mooloobhai, Tom Burton and Jenny Hoare won three games each to extend their unbeaten run to five games. n Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms have returned to the No 1 spot in the world rankings, despite losing in the Yonex All England Championship mixed doubles final last week.
The Olympic silver medal-lists lost to great rivals Zhang Jun and Gao Ling of China in the All England in Birmingham.
They defend their English National title at the Velodrome in Manchester from February 3 to 5.
They will be seeking a fourth National mixed doubles title in five years.
The pair were world No 1s in August when they went to the world championships in California. But Robertson's ankle injury on the eve of the championships sidelined him for more than two months.
He returned to action in October and they have since won the China and Swiss Opens and been runners-up in Hong Kong and Birmingham to climb back to top spot. n England will face European champions Denmark in Preston on March 2 in their final warm-up contest before the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.
The one-off international has £1,000 up for grabs for the winners of each of the five events and a further £1,000 for the winning team.
England will face their former performance director Finn Traerup Hansen, who now has a similar position with the Danes.