2015-16 week four reports

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division One

BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS  7 v CORINTHIANS A 3

Corinthians came down to earth with a bang against revitalised opponents. Brids Mark Chajecki turned in a match winning performance with his first treble of the season. The new signing was involved in two close five setters against Mark Marshall and Glen Hodgson. Against Marshall he took the last set 13-11 and against Hodgson he had to go to 15-13. Team number one Simon James won all his rubbers in straight sets and took another five setter with Chajecki in the doubles. A disapointing night for Corinthians who were so near but only had singles from Marshall, Hodgson and Dale Symons to show for their efforts.

HACKNESS B 2 v NOMADS 8

This was a vigorously contested match played in a friendly spirit and enjoyed by all participants. Although the final outcome was an 8-2 victory for Nomads, four of the keenly contested rubbers which included the doubles went to deciders. Ann Seery was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet for Hackness losing two of the deciding rubbers. Chris Found was the Hackness only scorer with a brace. Nomads number one Gary Connolly hit a treble and partnered John Loftus in a doubles triumph that went to the wire. Loftus and Dave Oxley each scored braces for the winners.

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division Two

SCALBY OLD BOYS 4 v PICADORE B 6

A plucky display by two man Scalby was rewarded with four points. Matty Whilde hit a brace and team-mate David Makepeace scored his first two wins of the season. Picadore had single successes from Tony Ingham and Steve Atkinson to go with their four forfeits.

SCARBOROUGH NEWS Division Three

DELPHSTONE 5 v NEWBY JFS 5

Newbys young side did well to get a share of the points. Jack Louth again impressed with a battling brace. Team captain Rod Ives also added two singles with son Frazer scoring a vital rubber. Delphstone relied on another treble from the top player in the division Jon Wanless. Son Will also hit a single and paired up with Jon for a doubles triumph.

WHITBY RESOLUTION 6 v LIBERATORS 4

A close contest that was settled by an extraodinary doubles match. The Whitby duo of Ken Benford and Stuart Hurworth romped into a two set lead by taking the second set 11-0. Liberators came back strongly to take the next two ends and lead 9-4 in the decider. Liberators then lost the next seven points to lose the match. Hurworth was man of the match by staying unbeaten in his singles and Benford scored a brace. Liberators reply came from Brian Goodliffe brace and singles for Karl Cousins and Kath Edwards.

SCALBY SCHOOL 6 v EASTFIELD TERMINATORS 4

A man of the match performance from Eastfields Peter Ozon was not enough to get his side a win. Eastfields new signing won his three in straight sets and took the doubles with Jon Woodhead. A solid display by all of Scalbys three players, Will Rennard, Luke Howland and Martin Briggs gave them the win with all three scoring a brace each.

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