|Saxmundham A||3½ – ½||Sudbury|
|1||Simon Wilks||1921||½ – ½||Robert Sanders||2021|
|2||Malcolm Lightfoot||1886||1 – 0||Andrew Donnelly||1796|
|3||John Feavyour||1842||1 – 0||Andrew Last||1520|
|4||Sam Gaffney||1851||1 – 0||Sam Kerruish||1469|
Sax A earned a comfortable win over Sudbury at Benhall on Tuesday. Simon held the draw comfortably on top board, settling for a perpetual check. Malcolm built up a small plus but his opponent managed to simplify and seemed to be headed for an even endgame when Malcolm managed to trick him to clinch the win. John had a smooth victory on board 3 and Sam also won, having gained an advantage, he survived a mutual time scramble to bring home the full point.
So Sax A stay in second place but close the gap on Bury B (who lost at Manningtree) to just 1½ points with two to go. These two are well ahead of the field so it looks like it will come down to a thrilling last match showdown at Bury at the end of the month.