WEEK 19 REPORT
Div 1 
The top two both had tricky matches but came through with maximum points Leaders Ashford Hill Ramblers 8-2 win over Thatcham A with Sam Ricks and Paul Rattue both unbeaten and Steve Murgatroyd winning two 
Meanwhile Kintbury Titans remain two points behind after beating Woolton Hill Eagles 9-1 with Ray Powell and Tom Watmore undefeated and Nat Richardson only losing once although there were some close games 
Ultraviolets travelled to Kintbury Jog and camE away with a 7-3 victory with Matt Davies getting a maximum with John Talbot and Mike Aistrop getting two each Aistrop beating Mark Wheeler 11-5 in decider.Peter Sinyard won two of Jogs matches 
Div 2 
Woolton Hill Wildcats continue to lead the division after winning 8-2 against Thatcham Spartans with Deepish Singh getting a treble and Alan Fuller and Ajai Kamath two each with Celia Hooker getting Spartans two but they had to fight all the way as only one game was won in three and two matches they won 11-9 in decider 
Woolton Hill Wolverines who are one point behind with a game in hand did well to defeat Thatcham Scavengers 10-0 with Simon Sonsino Simon Craig and Jonathan Hopson all in fine form Closest match was Craigs 12-10 decider against Spencer Harvey.
Kintbury Cobras were too strong for 2 man Thatcham Choppers and ran out 9-1 winners with both Ian Wu and Davis Sheppard unbeaten 
AWE Fission were 10-0 winners over Thatcham A and E with Bob Harris John McLarty and George Wilson going through the card 
Thatcham Choppers were also winners against A and E By 8 games to 2 with both Richard Hudson and Jeremy Skelton getting maximums 
Div 3
The top two teams Kintbury Outlaws and Woolton Hill Woodpeckers fought out a draw Outlaws are champions and Woodpeckers can only be caught if Spitfires have  a big win over Outlaws in their final match Ajai Kamath for Woodpeckers was man of the match being unbeaten whilst John Tanner and David Rawllings both won twice for Outlaws 
Thatcham Spitfires did well to beat Thatcham Hawks 6-4 and stop Hawks promotion Pat Shaw won all three and John Panting two and together won the doubles Christine Milne had a double for Hawks 
Woolton Hill Racketeers finished the season with a bang and a 10-0 win over Thatcham Dragons and in the last few weeks went from the bottom half of the table to third and just missing promotion Panos and Dinitris Stemitisiotis both had maximums as did Robert Cox The only close match saw Panos coming from 2 sets down to beat Mo Mustaq 11-6 in the fifth
Thatcham Tornados beat Kintbury Dynamos 6-4 with Dan O'Neil unbeaten and Michael Sopp only losing one 9-11 in final set against Tom Kelly who won twice for Dynamos Tornados winning the doubles proved vital in their win 
Author: via Newbury Table Tennis League
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