Division One

 Another blistering display from Tamworth Table Tennis
 Division One’s leaders, TYC Retros resulted in Lichfield Kings & Queens
 being on the receiving end of a 10-0 drubbing. The trio of Andy Jackson, Jody
Bevington and Michael Bree were in imperious form for yet another win. Meanwhile
second placed Wilnecote Raiders romped to a 9-1 victory over Netherseal Cedar,
although the contest was closer that the score-line suggests. Andy Bache and
Ryan Birbeck though proved unbeatable on the night for Raiders with John
Birbeck in support scoring twice. Ian Perry ensured Cedar avoided the whitewash
with an 11-9 in the fifth singles triumph. The match between Curdworth Pingers
and TYC Wanderers ended in a 5-5 stalemate. Matt Satchwell was star performer
for Wanderers winning all of his matches with team player Andy Walker bagging a
brace. Phil Burwell scored twice for Pingers. Pingers other points came
courtesy of a point-a-piece for Rob Sheldon and Dawn Sagoo who then combined to
take the doubles in three. The clash between Lichfield Jets and Kingsbury
Tornadoes also finished in a 5-5 draw. Gary Dawson played well for the
Lichfield side scoring twice and winning the doubles with Harry Emberson 12-10
in the fifth. Harry went on to take a single as did Jack Gillespie. Karl Oliver
and Dave Morrell hit two-a-piece in reply for Tornadoes with Nigel Thompson
scoring once.

Division Two

Spital Daredevils Division Two’s run-away leaders edged a
6-4 home victory over Jokers B. Paul Bowler was the player in form for Daredevils
taking a well-crafted treble and winning the doubles with Alan Baker. Alan also
contributed two singles wins and Stuart Spalding helped out with a point. Chris
Latham claimed two wins in response for Jokers with Richard Howes and Colin
Cartwright both adding a point. Lichfield Knaves clocked up an impressive 9-1
home win over Rugby Oddballs. Morgan Sykes and Neil Lehane were both on target
for Knaves with trebles and Dan Greathead won two of his singles. Dave Storr
provided the resistance gaining Oddballs a point. Curdworth Pongers emerged
victors 8-2 over Lichfield Musketeers. Rich Groves and Pete Bromley both took
hat-tricks for Pongers and Nick Bromley contributed a point. John Bell scored
once for the Musketeers as did Barbara Jones playing up from Division Three.

Division Three

Maximum man George Parry helped Netherseal Ash maintain
their position at the top of Division Three in their contest with Lichfield
Rockets which finished 7-3 to Ash. George also took the doubles with Graham
Parry in four. Graham proceeded to net himself a pair and Mick Sherratt got on
the scorecard with one.  Steve Thomas
played well for the Rockets taking two points and Chris Davis a single. Spital
Mondays overturned the form book beating second placed side TYC Futures 8-2
helped no-doubt by Futures fielding just two players. John Brookes and Ian
Sketchley won all their matches from open play for Mondays. Zorro Kasarge and
Ryan Coady scored once for Futures. Kingsbury Crowns went down 7-3 away from
home to Lichfield Barons. John Henson and Pete Collins were on top of their
game for Barons winning all of their matches and secured the doubles in three.
Andy Brown, Tom Haines and John Lowe each scored once for Crowns. A Steve
Gardner treble helped Kingsbury Cruisers on their way to a 7-3 win away to TYC
Lambs. Steve also won the doubles in three with Isobel Morrell. Isobel went on
to pick up a singles win. John Howell contributed two to the cause. James Shaw
hit two for Lambs in reply and Rob Shaw scored once.

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