Birmingham University's first women's side have have consolidated their position at the top of the Birmingham League's Ladies Premier Division after back-to-back victories.
After defeating last season's winners, Hotshots, they overcame the runnersup for the last two seasons, Central. Elana Johnson had to concede her final game for the students through an injury but Jenna Tye, who remained unbeaten, secured the 7-6 win on games after a 3-3 match score.
The Students followed up that success with a 4-2 win over Solihull & Shirley, with Nikki Penn and Kelly Mead undefeated in their third straight victory.
Broadway's top men's side enjoyed another victory over their second team in the top match in the Men's Premier. They followed up their 8-1 victory last week with a 9-0 whitewash.
Rupert Sterling and Simon Goodwin joined Steve Pemberton and 17-year-old Handel Suryaputra in winning all their three games in two ends.
Despite an impressive undefeated performance by Solihull & Shirley's John Hudson and Katie Johnson in Mixed Division One, they lost narrowly 5- 4 to
Hotshots. The combinations of Martin Francis and Reggie Baker, with Haroon Raza and Tracy Baker ensured the points for the Barnt Greenbased side who have returned to the top flight after an absence of five years.
The Four Oaks' pairings of Paul Cope/Matt Jeans and Ben Loach/Matt Gregory were unbeaten in a 7-2 win over Central, their second consecutive win in Men's Division Two.
Solihull & Shirley II women registered their first win of the season after Sue Pitrolino took the honours in a 4-2 win over the University's second side in Division Two. n Warwickshire's third Inter-County side opened up the new season with an emphatic 14-1 victory over Cambridgeshire II at St Augustine's, Coventry.
Birmingham University's Lewis Halsey and Alice Walters enjoyed four victories each in the match. Halsey won his singles 15-2, 15-1 against John Tyebutt and also took both men's doubles with Phil Baker and the mixed doubles with Sue Lee.
Walters beat Jackie Lai 11-6, 11-1 in her singles, won both women's doubles with Sue Lee and took the mixed with Tim Summerfield.
The over-50 veterans county side whitewashed Shropshire 12-0 in their opening fixture of the season.