JBL 2014-15 - Round 4 report

Ormesby maintained their one point lead at the top of Boys’ Premier Division with a 5-1 victory over Wood Green.

The league leaders picked up from their previous day’s performance to beat Wood Green, whose set came courtesy of Billy Forster, who defeated Josh Harland. However that did little to stop Ormesby from cruising to victory, with Tom Jarvis and Chris Wheeler winning twice each.

LVA London Academy remain hot on their heels after they defeated Bournemouth Sports 5-1. Omar Khassal was particularly impressive as he picked up two victories, although a superb win for Jimmy Yeung over Gabriel Achampong was a positive for Bournemouth.

EBATT lost pace on the top two as they were held to a 3-3 draw by Wales. Jac Jenkins’ superb double proved pivotal to his side, with the point moving them to fifth.

Meanwhile, Irish Boys and Draycott await their first wins of the campaign after drawing 3-3. Zak Wilson and Abhijay Mishra cancelled each other out with two wins apiece, with both sides joint bottom heading into the final round of the weekend.

In Girls’ Premier Division, Burton Uxbridge and Ellenborough head into their final round clash unbeaten after registering further 6-0 victories.

Uxbridge overcame Ulster whilst Ellenborough defeated Irish Girls. It means that the two teams have dropped just one set between them against the other four sides, a staggering statistic that showcases their dominance.

Meanwhile, Draycott secured a crucial victory as they thumped Batts 6-0. Olivia Churchill was the standout performer as she cruised to two victories alongside team mates Nicole Bird and Amy Humphreys.

Northfield made it four wins from four in Boys’ Division 1 with 6-0 win over Sussex Alliance. Nuradin Muktar impressed en route to another two wins which helped his side keep their two point advantage at the top of the table.

Bournemouth, Munster and Wales kept up their pursuit of ending the weekend on top of Girls’ Division 1 with fourth round victories. Wales’ 4-2 victory was particularly impressive as they overcame Draycott 4-2, with Soffi Jenkins proving to be the difference with two victories.

Urban lost their spot at the top of Division 2A after suffering a shock 4-2 defeat to Halifax. James Rule picked up two victories for Fax, which moved them closer to the pack, whilst Fusion and Dublin shall face each other with 100% records after beating Colin Deaton and Lillington respectively in Division 2B.

Warrington and Fusion TTC have raced away from the rest of the pack in Girls’ Division 2 after recording 6-0 wins over Ellenborough B and Ashford respectively. They are now four points ahead of any of their rivals ahead of their final round clash.

Rasen Racers are the new leaders of Division 3A after their 5-1 win over Greenhouse 2, whilst Halton TTC stayed at the top of Division 3B with a 5-1 win over winless Guernsey.

Meanwhile, Mollie Patterson was the star in Girls’ Division 3 as she secured two massive results on the way to her side’s 4-2 victory over Cippenham. The result keeps them top of the division.

Finally, Ormesby 2 continued their fine start to the season with a fourth consecutive victory, this time over Greenhouse 3, whilst JOOLA Plymouth maintained their stance at the top of 4B with a 6-0 thumping of BATTS B.

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