2015-16 week nine reports
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Liberators - Brian Goodliffe, Karl Cousins, Kath Edwards

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division One

NOMADS 0 v THE HIT SQUAD 10

Nomads were well and truly trounced against the current league champions. Only John Loftus showed any resistance by taking Richard Dent to a five setter. The imperious trio of Dent, Ross Dransfield and Guy Whiting all hit trebles.

BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS 8 v CORINTHIANS B 2

Game of the night was Brids Mark Chajecki against Corinthian Pete Kirk. Chajecki turned it around after facing defeat in the fourth end to take the set 12-10 and go on to easily take the decider. Chajecki and number one Simon James remained unbeaten and took the doubles together. Julian James bagged his first win of the season by defeating Trevor Teasdale in straight sets. Corinthians reply came from Kirk and Derek Elliott who both hit singles.

CORINTHIANS A 1 v HACKNESS A 9

The home side suffered their heaviest defeat at the hands of high flying Hackness. There was a class divide between any Corinthian player and Ashley Hodgson who took all his rubbers with ease. Best performer of the night was James Hodgson who recorded first time wins against Corinthians Dale Symons and Mark Marshall. James secured his treble by staging a brilliant comeback to beat Glen Hodgson, winning it 5-11, 4-11, 13-11, 11-9, 11-7. Neil Raine added a brace for the victors to go with a doubles success. A Glen Hodgson single was Corinthians only reply.

WHITBY SPRINGHILL 4 v ROLO 6

Barbara Kearney put up strong resistance for Whitby and was rewarded with a brace. However Bob Evans is struggling to recapture his form of last season and he had to be content with only a single. He lost to Ethan Lowe who is fine form, in the opening rubber 11-5, 4-11, 11-5. 10-12, 9-11. John Hanson was Whitbys other scorer. Rolo secured the win with Martin Lowe comfortably taking all his singles and Ethan adding a well earned brace. Both players also won the doubles together.

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division Two

PICADORE A 1 v PINDAR 9

Table toppers Pindar impressed with a valuable nine point haul. Paul Ho and Guy Hutchinson hit trebles while third player, Nigel Clapham was foiled in staying unbeaten by Martin Zammit. The latter missed out on a brace when he threw away a good lead in the deciding set against Hutchinson to lose it 8-11. Clapham and Ho finished the night with a straight set doubles win.

RYEDALE SPORTS CLUB 10 v SCALBY OLD BOYS 0

A weakend Scalby side were no match for promotion contenders Ryedale who fielded a very strong side. The trio of Pat Swindell, Mick Carter and Tich Temple only dropped one set between them on their way to trebles. The doubles was also a straight set affair with Temple and Swindell dominating their opponents.

WHITBY ENDEAVOUR 8 v PICADORE B 2

Despite the scoreline Picadore B fought hard with five games going the distance. Unfortunately they only won one of them when Steve Atkinson defeated Jon Parkinson. Tony Ingham was their other scorer. Whitbys reply came from Barry Davies and Vic Wilson who hit impressive trebles and Parkinson who took a single and partnered Davies in a doubles success.

HOBNOBS 5 v TRINITY 5

A lively encounter that provided plenty of exciting rallies. Stuart Robinson was man of the match with a treble while Ajay Tandan and Allan Thurling had single wins. Trinitys reply came from Matty Lowe and John Warburton who both hit a brace each and the youthful pairing of Moke Warburton and Matty Lowe secured the crucial doubles.

SCARBOROUGH NEWS Division Three

WHITBY RESOLUTION 7 v DELPHSTONE 3

Whitby gave a debut to Marc Giddens and he repaid them a brace. Team-mate Stuart Hurworth took advantage of a Delphstone side missing Jon Wanless to bag a treble. Third player Dan Schweitzer proved his worth with a single and a doubles success with Ken Benford. Delphstones reply came from stand in Russ Ives who scored a battling brace and David Grimwood with a single.

ROGUES N JOSHERS 7 v NEWBY JFS 3

Rogues got their first win of the season thanks to an unbeaten display by veteran John Blaymires. He was given great support by Isaac Grunwell who scored a brace and then partnered Dominic Grunwell to a great five set doubles win. Tom Wild made up the scoring with a single. Newby relied on Sam Lowe who scored a brace and a single for Jack Louth.

EASTFIELD WARRIORS 5 v SCALBY SCHOOL 5

An unbeaten performance from veteran Les Smith earned Scalby a draw. Promising junior James Biggs played his part by adding a brace that included the scalp of Eastfields Josh Timmons. Eastfields response was a Peter Ozon brace and singles for Timmons and Richard Lear. The doubles also went Eastfields way with the strong pairing of Ozon and Timmons.

LIBERATORS 4 v EASTFIELD TERMINATORS 6

After a first team appearance Peter Ozon came back to help Terminators to a close win. Ozon took all his rubbers in style and paired up with Frank Horswell to win the doubles. Horswell missed out on a treble by losing to Brian Goodliffe 11-13, 11-4, 11-13, 12-14. liberators had to be content with a Goodliffe brace and singles for Karl Cousins and Kath Edwards.

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