Keal Madrid played Crusaders C and for the Keal’s, Nigel was star performer with three fine victory’s ,the tightest being against Rob Trevethick ,winning after being two games behind by 6-11,3-11,11-9,12-10,11-9.

Daren Thorpe was the C’s star ,winning two singles and the doubles. The result a 6-4 win for the Keal Madrid’s.

Crusaders A played St Peter’s A for whom two wins by Pete Mackie was not enough against three superb wins for Dan Rimmer of the A’s ,the best being by 11-9,3-11,4-11,11-5,11-5 against Pete.

The result a win for the Crusaders A’s by 8-2.

RSSC A hosted Crusaders B for whom Mick” Duddy” Dudman and Paul Moore starred, Paul taking three victories and Duddy two in a 9-1 win for the Crusaders B team.

Slappers gave a hand to the Olympians , for whom Alkisti Olympiou was the star performer with  stunning three singles wins , especially over Clive Mitchell ,( who had two good wins in his other matches), in a 5-11,7-11,11-9,12-10,7-11 win.

The result a win for the Goddess and her team by 7-3.

Racers were on track for  the Fantastic Five and Lesley Keast was again their star with three good wins , the closest being against Ben Applewhite, Lesley winning by 11-2,11-5,9-11,5-11,12-10.

The result with  a strong finish was a win of 7-3 by the Racers.

Psycho-Delics examined the Warriors and top Psycho Colin Walters had two excellent victories in wins over Mike Tindall and Graham Lacey, Derek Wood too was on fine form in his first Lincoln outing of the season winning two of his singles.

 However star man Anthony Tindall led his troops home to a 6-4 victory for the Warriors.



The Unbearables accepted the Imps to their cave for whom Malcolm Scott was the star of the match with three excellent wins.

Two wins each for Shaun & Dave Harris plus another two from Brian Reed were enough to push the Unbearables to a 7-3 win.

St Peters C welcomed the Misfits to their newly renamed club (back to one of the league’s oldest club names).

For new team Misfits, Louise Hart had a fine singles win, but the wily experience of the St Peters proved  too much ,with Peter Robson and Peter Eccles taking three wins each and Geoff Squires easing to two victories. The result a 9-1 win by the St Peters team.

Tigers had Crusaders E in their cage and mauled their way to a victory by 6-4.

Three excellent wins by Dominic Batey were the main reason for the mauling.

Crusaders D were the cautious hosts of the Assassins.

Despite a great fight, the D’s fell to Assassins by 10-0 for whom Mike Willis was star player, three singles from him and Andy Smith and David Arnold gained the win.


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