In the first division, Amlwch-Wylfa A have retained their title for a ninth consecutive season. This is now mathematically secure after a 9-1 win against Trinity B, a 10-0 win over Trinity D and the fact that Trinity A scored only six points against Rhyl A. BothReg John and Keith Williams secured their maximums losing only one game each on the night against Trinity B. Sean Lucas beat Mark Bryant to secure the Trinity point. For the second time in a week the champions had to borrow a second team player andEmyr Owen secured a maximum overcoming Rob Stewart in five, Eddie Chan in four and David Jones in three. Ian Ault and Keith Williams dropped one game each en route to their maximums. Trinity A fielded a two-man team against Rhyl A and went 4-0 down when Barrie Russ beat Stuart Dearden in three straight in the opening rubber. However, Abishek Bathula and Stuart won their remaining matches to win the tie.Trinity A only require a maximum of three points to secure the runners-up birth.Amlwch-Wylfa B moved into third in the table leapfrogging Y Morfa B after beating them 7-3. Mark Bryant landed his maximum dropping only one game on the night. He was ably supported by Gareth Jones and Martin Lewis who won two apiece. Y Morfa B keep up the pressure in fourth by beating Rhyl A 8-2. Andy Horton won his three, Rob Stanway, Chris Henderson and Rhyl’s Barrie Russ won two games each in the match.
Author: David Foster via Rhyl Community Table Tennis Club
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