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W&W County champion Paul Gamsby and Dave Sheppard both won 21-7 in King Heath Park's 28-shot victory over Sutton Park, while NIFO defeated Moor Lane by 33, with Mick Woolfson winning 21-4 and Peter Hughes 21-9.
NIFO thrashed Ye Old Knowle by 76 in Division 2 (Maurice Haycock 21-7).
Sutton Park were another side to have ten winners at home against NIFO to win by 55.
Mueller's trademark - "Nose In, Fingers Out," or NIFO as he prefers to refer to it - is well covered in the book: It remains both keenly insightful and at the same time extraordinarily descriptive of how directors should conduct business.
Andy Flowers and Colin Weaver both (21/4) in a 42 plus for Forget Me Not in Division 2 over NIFO.
NIFO beat Ward End Social by 65 in Division Two, Alan Powell (21/5).
New signing Darren Plenderleith (21-5) in a plus of 10 for NIFO against Ward End Cons in Division Two.
Royal Oak suffered another home defeat, this time to NIFO by seven (Maurice Haycock 21-10).
There were mixed fortunes for the clubs needing points as NIFO lost at home to Acocks Green Legion by 12 (Nigel Craddock 21-9), but a 21-4 from Robert Ricardo helped Royal Oak beat Ward End Cons by 51.
WARD End Cons, looking to clinch a place in W&W Premier Division One, clinched a superb win at NIFO by 41 (Jimmy Cosgrove 21-4).
Ben Harris/Steve Maguire with 21-9 wins were best for Great Barr, who beat NIFO by 37.