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British Oak thrashed WBFS by 67, Jason Galvin (21/5).
WBFS romped in by 64 over M&Bs, Rod Ashford 21/7.
WBFS won by 47 against Selly Park, Alan Bentley (21-9).
Acocks Green Legion romped in by 67 against WBFS (Lee Kington 21-5).
WBFS beat Deers Leap by 48 in Division Three (Neil Jones 21-8).
Two away wins in Division Three, British Oak by 11 at Brookhill (Tommy Caines 21-8) and WBFS by 18 at Raven (Mark Cash 21-11).
A 31-15 win from Pete Williams proved decisive for WBFS in the final of the W&W four-man team event.
His individual triumphs included the Somers Floodlit twice, the M&B's Open, the George Masters the WBFS open and the Barn Floodlit.
Moor Lane, relegated and now out to regain their status, clinched a superb 40-shot win at WBFS in Division Two, Richard Grant/Lee Woodfield 21-6.
Although Alan Bentley won 21-5 for WBFS away at Royal Oak in Division Two, a 21-3 by Peter Hayne got the Oak in by two.
Water based fluids (WBF) were the most consumed drilling fluids around the world and accounted for 56% of the total market revenue in 2013.
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