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Rawreth A continued their relentless assault on the Premier Division title this season with an impressive 8-1 win over an injury ravaged Rayleigh Mill squad, who were only able to turn out two players. Such is the strength in depth of the Rawreth A squad that they were able to field the Essex No. 1 Vets in the Men’s and Ladies in the shape of Matt Spero and Wanda Litynska-Sydorenko and with a 3rd player of Zayd Mauthoor, the Millers didn’t have much hope.
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Sat 11th November, SDTTL held a Quiz Night at the Hullbridge Community Centre, Pooles Lane, Hullbridge. This was our League’s first function at the Hullbridge Community Centre and it was also our 1st big get together since the start of the Covid Pandemic
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A local Rawreth derby to start week 6, with Rawreth B overcoming Rawreth C 7-2. Peter Barrett was the only man on the evening with three wins, coming at the expense of Babul McLeod, Eric Green and Tim Cramphorn. Barrett’s team mates Keith Adams and Harry Keys both won two, being denied their hattricks by an in-form McLeod
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The top two in the Premier division of the Southend & District Table Tennis League both had convincing wins this week, but both did drop the odd point or two along the way. First up was Thorpe Bay A who beat Rawreth C 7-2. Skipper John Poysden was undefeated against Eric Green, Bruce Kettle and Babul Mcleod, but Mark Stones and Paul Whatton dropped a game each against Kettle and McLeod respectively.
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A very straight forward win for our early season pacesetters as Rawreth A, helped by their opponents only fielding two players, eased to a 9-0 victory over Rawreth C. Yasir and Zyad Mauthoor and Kevin Read were unbeaten on the night with Tim Cramphorn coming the closest to an upset as he took Read all the way to a 5thset.
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Hockley A followed that impressive display with a comprehensive win this week against Rawreth C with an 8-1 victory. 3 wins again for Andy Cunningham, as there was for teammate Ian Wall. Matt Stringer won two against Eric Green and Tim Cramphorn but fell to Babul McLeod in the second game of the evening for the Rawreth's Consolation win.
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Top billing this week must go to the Rawreth A 6-3 win over Irons A for a number of reasons. Some great players on show and some really close games with the player of the match award going to Wanda Syderenko with three wins on her Rawreth debut. Wanda secured wins against Stuart Gibbs, Reece Seddon and a 11-9 in the 5th win over the returning Kevin Caldon (Great to see you back in league action – Kev). Syderenko was supported by Matt Spero with two wins and Kevin Read with a single victory.
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One of our favourites for the title this season have really hit the ground running. I talk, of course about Rawreth A who with the addition of Liam Squirrell will surely be there or there abouts come the end of the season. Squirrell teamed up with the Mauthoor brothers Yasir and Zayd to record a 9-0 victory over their Rawreth B Team. The B Team didn’t not help their cause by only fielding two players, but Paul Brown and Harry Keys were unable to trouble the top side at Rawreth.
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It is with great sadness that I’m letting Members know about the recent death, in early May, of long time Southend Member, Richard (Dick) Mann. Kath, Dick’s wife, phoned Invicta Club Secretary, and former teammate of Dick, David Barnes, to tell him the sad news. Dick having had complications following a hip replacement. Our thoughts are with Kath, her family and their friends.
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Four games to bring you from week 11 of the Southend Premier Division. We have joint leaders at the top of the table so we will start with their (Thorpe Bay A and Rawreth A) results. Both recorded good wins, Rawreth A recording a 9-0 win over Thorpe Bay B with Kevin Read, Zayd Mauthoor and Yasir Mauthoor going unbeaten. The closest Thorpe Bay B got to a win was when both Kieran Skeggs and Richard Stubbington pushed Zayd to a fifth end.
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