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Closest match of the week featured On Form Sally Henke and John Robinson. Two each for them made third placed Foresters B sweat. Two for Tim Surrey who beat Sally, Two from Tony Steel including a good win over JR, One for Mike Robinson settled the win, Simon just short.  

Crawley Sports A 4 Foresters B 5

Chris Vincent got his moneys-worth against up and coming Spinners Junior Will Michell edging it 7-11,11-7,9-11,11-9,10-12. After that Will record a couple of good wins over Steve Hoad and Nick Smith. Three from Rory and a single from Alan Stone.  

Horsham A 3  Horsham Spinners A 6 

John Calcutt made a welcome return to the table this week and started with a winning five setter over Graham Faulkner. Graham Green also took out Faulkner but that was it for Crawley Comm B as their A team took the rest with maximums for Paul Carter and Phil Richardson. No joy for Paul Newton, who fell to Faulkner in five.  

Crawley Community A 7 Crawley Community B 2

Lead by The Cheerleader it was Triples all round for Foresters E, Kate, Becca George and James Wheatley.  Stuart Brooks put on another dogged display for Copthorne taking both Becca and Kate to five, Kate finishing him with a blast of impressive power shots. No Luck Again for Chris Pullinger, Gary Bristowe short of Sleep.                                                                                                                                                                                

Foresters E 9 Copthorne 0

Three here for the Huts Adam Daley, who said he was very pleased to beat The Wall, Graham Carter 3 straight. Michael Bridger saved the day a bit for Blades C, Taking out Gary Bonner and Gerry Pugh, who was fine tuning for the weekends trip up to Derby for the Vets. Short of practice Erik Van-Mol playing up, found it tough.                          

Foresters D 6 Blades C 3

Routine wins for the top Teams, Blades A and Foresters A

 

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