Off the back of last weeks maximum point score, Thornbury A travelled to Westbury David Lloyd to keep up the chase on league leaders Redland A.

Sam Davidson started the night comfortably winning his match 3-0 and brother Callum followed by winning his match 3-1, who both maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign.

Craig Webb and Ryan Wilson continued in the same manor both strolling to 3-0 victories. With the match secured it was then the turn of Captain Brad Jenkins to earn Thornbury maximum points again coming through a gruelling 5 set match to win 3-2, the final match score of 19-3 taking Thornbury to the top of Prem A after 3 games.

Thornbury B were hosts to Redland C which was anticipated to be a close and tight fixture on the night.

Rob Livingstone gave it his best shot but was defeated 3-0. Performance of the night went to Alex Hall who quickly destroyed his experienced opponent 3-0 using a clinical and hard hitting style of squash.

Next up was Alex McMillan who used his years of experience and tenacity to outfox his competitive and strong opponent and win 3-1. Chris Hutchence was probably still in his car mode when he was outplayed by a very experienced squash player who executed many high quality boasts and easily lost 3-0.

With the overall match at 2-2 it was down to Mark Toseland to do the business against his late arrival, the match went into overtime with Mark losing a 2-0 game advantage to level at 2-2 before he withdrew due to injury. Overall result 8-14 to Redland.

Thornbury D played at Backwell against the division leaders Redwood Phoenix. The captain Colin Preece started off in style by dispatching his opponent 3-0 in quick time.

Nick Clifton also won quickly, sweeping aside the higher ranked Richard Packham in another convincing 3-0 win.

Graham Dono made an energetic start taking the first game 9-2 from his younger opponent Phil Wright, unfortunately Graham could not sustain the lightening fast pace he had set, eventually losing 3-1. Pete Bowen was then outplayed and out run by the much sprightlier Jake West losing 3-0.

With the match finely balanced at 2-2, Mark Dalziel took the court. Optimism was high in the Thornbury team as Mark stormed through Mark Cornes 9-0, 9-7 to take a 2-0 lead, unfortunately Cornes was playing the strategic game, eventually pulling back to win 3-2.

The match finished with Thornbury losing 9-13.