With the Spalding and District Table Tennis League nearing its season end it is time for the Individual competitions.
Last week saw nineteen members taking part in either the Supremes, Veterans, Juniors or Junior Doubles playing twenty-nine games.
With last week set aside for round 2 of the Guardian Cup the Spalding and District Table Tennis League had a quiet evening with just seven matches played, only two of which were complete fixtures.
In the Cup Division 1’s Outsiders faced Division 2 leaders TNC.
Last week the Spalding and District Table Tennis League were very pleased to receive a donation from Spalding Round Table and Ladies Circle which will help support the League’s summer coaching scheme for juniors.
Moulton SE are level with Jokers but drop to third on countback.
Last week saw the Spalding and District Table Tennis League hold its annual competition for the Roy Gibson Rose Bowl.
This event is played as a round robin with individuals playing off a handicap up to 31 over the best of three legs.
The Spalding and District Table Tennis League continued after a spare week with a League programme and te semi-finals of the Marylands Cup.
With two Division 1 v Division 2 matches the possibilities looked interesting.
In Division 2 Team TJ met Hurricane Brothers.
From a programme of seven matches in the Spalding and District Table Tennis League just three were played, plus two others in part.
Moulton SE, who were second, had their match postponed so now trail by seven.
That moves them into second spot, one ahead of Moulton.
The Spalding and District Table Tennis League held another cup week, this time for the first round of the Guardian Cup.
In this event four singles are played up to 33 points.
The scores from the four games are totalled and then a hidden handicap is awarded to one of the teams.
In a week the Spalding and District Table Tennis League set aside for round 2 of the Marylands Cup there were just six matches played or completed.
Aside from the cup most significant was South Holland’s demolition of Outsiders in Division 1.
The battle for the Spalding and District Table Tennis League Division 1 title intensified this week with just three points covering the top three.
Leaders Moulton SE faced Underdogs and recorded their second loss of the season.
A mixed week for the Spalding and District Table Tennis League saw four league matches played and two cup ties resolved, but there were also three postponements and an unfinished match.
JDM also lost ground on the leaders when they defeated Underdogs 3 – 2.