2015-16 week sixteen reports

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division One

HACKNESS A 8 v WHITBY SPRINGHILL 2

Both Ashley Hodgson and Joel Wright set the tone for this fixture by completing maximums. Third player Neil Raine could only add one single but took the doubles with Hodgson. Raines match against John Hanson was a tight dual, Hanson took the last set 11-9. Bob Evans was Whitbys other scorer.

NOMADS 6 v HACKNESS B 4

The two bottom teams in the division battled it out. Noel Seery was easily man of the match. The Hackness number one put in a masterful performance to remain unbeaten in his singles and he also combined with Ann Seery in a doubles win. However it was Nomads who won the match with Dave Oxley, Gary Connolly and John Loftus scoring a brace each.

CORINTHIANS A 4 v BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS 6

Corinthians just lost out against a strong Brid side. Mark Chajecki excelled for the winners with a brilliant treble. The major upset was Brids Simon James losing to Glen Hodgson in five sets. James won his remaining two singles and Mike Fenby had a rare win over a luckless Mark Marshall. Corinthians reply came from a Hodgson brace a single from Dale Symons and a doubles success won by Symons and Marshall.

THE HIT SQUAD 5 v BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS 5

Brids Simon James suffered his second defeat of the week when Ross Dransfield beat him in five sets. Dransfield was again dominant in all three winning rubbers. Team-mates Richard Dent and Guy Whiting added singles for their share of the points. Brids reply came from James and Chajecki, scoring a brace and both players combining to take the doubles.

CORINTHIANS B 4 v ROLO 6

Rolo gave another outing to Matty Lowe and he repaid their faith with an impressive win over veteran Trevor Teasdale in straight sets. It was enough to give Rolo a narrow win as Martin Lowe cruised to a treble and son Ethan won a singles and a doubles with Martin. Corinthians reply came from a brace each for Derek Elliott and Pete Kirk.

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division Two

PINDAR 7 v RYEDALE SPORTS CLUB 3

A blow to Ryedales promotion hopes as league leaders Pindar bagged seven points. Paul Ho was in fine form with another treble plus a doubles with Nigel Clapham. The latter added a brace and Guy Hutchinson had to settle for a single. Ryedales reply came from Barry Todd, Pat Swindell and John Gascoyne.

SCALBY OLD BOYS 6 v TRINITY 4

Scalbys good run continued with Hal Goodliffe hitting his best form with a very impressive treble. He had to pull out all the stops against the up and coming Moke Warburton by winning in five. The dependable Matty Whilde and Alistair Hutchinson added singles and took the doubles together. Trinitys best player was the in form Matty Lowe who beat Whilde 13-11, 5-11,11-8, 9-11,11-9 on his way to a brace and singles for Moke and John Warburton.

SCARBOROUGH NEWS Division Three

LIBERATORS 6 v DELPHSTONE 4

Liberators gave a debut to Naomi Edwards and she got off the mark in a tense five setter. Both Brian Goodliffe and Karl Cousins secured a brace each, both losing to the unbeaten Jon Wanless. A win in the doubles completed the Liberators score. Delphstones other scorer was Will Wanless. 

SCALBY SCHOOL 6 v WHITBY RESOLUTION 4

Another excellent win for the fast improving Scalby side. Luke Howland and Martin Briggs hit a brace each and James Briggs a single. The doubles was a five set classic with Howland and Briggs defeating the experienced Hurworth and Benford. Whitbys reply came from a brace each from their doubles pairing.

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