WBL 2014-15 - Round Two Report

Ormesby’s impeccable record stayed intact as they recorded a second 6-0 whitewash.

In what was a dominant display, Ormesby’s trio dropped just one game on their way to another drubbing.

Karina Le Fevre made her first appearance of the season and secured two victories over Sophie Neil and Isobel Ashley, whilst Sarah Berge and Maria Tsaptsinos improved their unbeaten streaks.

Draycott also recorded a second victory after edging past YHL. Superb doubles from both Emma Vickers and Abbie Milwain, who both beat Yolanda King, secured victory. The match wasn’t without its positives for YHL. An outstanding victory for Rachel Trevorrow over Natalie Slater was a particular highlight as they proved they have what it takes to go toe to toe with the best.

Elsewhere, Halton and Knighton Park both opened their accounts for the season as they contested a 3-3 draw. Karen’s Smith impressive double looked to have put Knighton Park in a strong position before Halton’s trio of Nicole Hall, Jasmin Ould and Kate Roberts replied with one win apiece.

Fusion Wags and Thorntons Table Tennis continued their stunning starts in Division One with further 6-0 victories. Having defeated Byng Hall and AICES respectively, the pair face off in the third round of fixtures and in what promises to be an intriguing affair.

Formby remain at the top of the Division Two table after drawing with Pink Pong South West. Emily Bolton’s double wasn’t enough for Formby, who are tied on three points with Halton and Draycott East Midlands, who beat Leeds Ladies and Cippenham respectively.

Division Three has been split into two divisions after three sides recorded their second win of the season.

Fusion, Greenhouse and St Andrews TTC backed up opening round victories with impressive results in round two, leaving Sycamore, Cardiff City and Cliffdale Chandlers all on zero points.

The same can be said for Division Four, with York Garden Angels, Draycott East Midlands 3 and Fusion New Stars all on four points each, whilst Sutton At Hone opened a small gap at the top of Division Five after their 4-2 victory over York Garden Angels 2.

Written By Matthew Shaw

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