|The Wheatsheaf, Mill Lane, St Helens, Merseyside , WA9 4HN||Bowring Bowling Club, Bowring Park, Haygate Road, Telford, TF1 2BN|
|1||Danny Barwise Capt||21||10||Martin Lloyd||Colin Beaman||10||21||Phil Lee||1|
|2||Ant Gartside||21||11||Richard Lawson||Darren Wellings||21||20||Matty Gilmore||2|
|3||Peter Jones||21||7||Clay Flattley||Peter Grimston||21||11||Ian Sherbrooke||3|
|4||Kevin Kearns||21||8||Kiah Roberts||Chris Worthington||17||21||Chris Barton||4|
|5||John Ashcroft||20||21||Glyn Herbert||Scott Harries||17||21||Robbie Fitzpatrick||5|
|6||Barry Whalley||14||21||Callum Wraight||Sam Millward||21||5||Owen Doyle||6|
|7||Tex Allen Man of Match||21||4||Josh Bradburn||Wayne Phillips||21||17||Cliff Massey||7|
|8||Jimmy Fagan||21||14||Rob Roden||Spencer Clarke||21||9||Nigel Hughes||8|
|9||Matty Gartside||21||3||Derek Wright||Stuart Rutter||12||21||Anthony Thompson||9|
|10||George Curran||21||8||Rich Goddard||Michael Beer||21||8||Neil Sherbrooke||10|
|11||Robbie Hall||21||14||Adrian Rowe||Paul Reeves||21||12||Mick Andrews||11|
|12||Mike Tunstall||21||18||Wayne Rogers||Tom Roden||21||15||Nick Burridge Capt||12|
|14||Points 2||425||363||Points 0||10|
Shropshire suffer heaviest away defeat since 1960!
Shropshire suffered their heaviest away defeat since 1960 as they were beaten by 105 at Wheatsheaf in Merseyside. A 43 shot win at home on Bowring would normally have been a good result but was nowhere near good enough to cover that sort of home defeat. Only two winners on the phenomenal green at St Helens couldn't help cancel out 5 single figure defeats. They were 48 down off four away, and two losers at home, despite Pete Grimston winning 11, meant a four shot deficit there too. But Glyn Herbert won 20 and Callum Wraight 14 as a brief revival in the middle, coupled with two single figure winners at home, by man of the match debutant Sam Millward 5 and Spencer Clarke 9, meant an overall deficit of 40 going into the back four. But despite Mike Beer winning 8, and another two winners at home, it wasn't enough to cover another couple of away single figure defeats as it turned into only the third ever over hundred aggregate loss away from home in Shropshire's history, following Staffordshire in 1932 and Lancashire in 1960. Full scores are below. Shropshire now turn their attention to North Midlands, who defeated Cheshire by just one chalk.