2011-12 week 14
Steve Bertie and Nabil Khalfey were both unbeaten,. as Hamstead A beat Smiths Wood A 7-3 in the Premier Division.
Hamstead took a big step to securing second spot in the division behind runaway leaders Colebridge Aces.  George Webb grabbed a maximum which enabled strugglers Sutton Coldfield A grab a precious 5-5 draw at Beaufort Sports B.
Smithereens A stay on course for promotion from Division One, following a tremendous 8-2 victory over Streetly B, thanks to Stephen Smith and Ray Dixon hat-tricks.  Paul Leck gained a classy treble for Smiths Wood C in their 7-3 success over Maypole A, while ageless teammate Roger Morris also grabbed two singles.
Smiths Wood D drew 5-5 at Colebridge Giants in Division Two courtesy of a Pete Walters treble. Big hitting Dan Ranford recorded a maximum for QuinborneA in another 6-4 scoreline over Colebridge Falcons.  British Deaf international Andy Calloway beat individual leader Dave Whittingslow on his way to a maximum for Sutton Coldfield C as they edged Smithereens B 6-4.
Paul Thomas chopped and floated his way to a treble for Ivy Leaf A in their Division Three meeting  with Quinborne B, which resulted in a 6-4 victory for his side.  Old stagers Barry Sterling and Dave Linz were both maximum men for Jacombs A as they pipped Sutton Coldfield E 6-4.
Colebridge Indians also had a 6-4 success over Bournville C in Division Four, courtesy of Tim Fell and Luke Taylor trebles.  Justus Dixon was unstoppable for Hamstead D as they edged Sutton Coldfield F 6-4.  Ron Fraser and Frank Mason both copped maximums for West Midlands Police B in a 9-1 thrashing of Streetly D.  Beaufort Sports D also had two maximum men in Alan Thompson and Tony Wilson, as they had a narrow 6-4 triumph at Walmley B.
Colebridge Knaves humbled clubmates Colebridge Jaguars 10-0 in Division Five.  Sam Henderson showed just why he is top individual in this section as he blazed his way to a treble for Mayple C over Ivy Leaf B in a 5-5 draw.  Stuart Corr and Paul Cockburn had maximums for Colebridge Jaguars as they clawed their way to a 7-3 success at Sutton G. 
Author: via Birmingham & District Table Tennis Association
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