The Tamworth Table Tennis Presentation Evening was a great success last Friday night. It was attended by players from every team in the three leagues. Tamworth Wheelers Youth Club Wiff Waffs received the Division One Trophy during the event at Bolehall Manor Social Club. Wilnecote Raiders were runners up in the top league.
It was the final week in the Tamworth league. Division one saw the two top teams play out a great match. The result, means that Tamworth Youth Club Wiiff waffs are this years Tamworth champions, with Wilnecote Raiders close runners up.
It is the penultimate week in Tamworth Table Tennis League. There still remains just one point between the teams at the top of Division 1. They have to play each other twice more in catch up games but Tamworth Wheeler Wiff Waffs do have a game in hand over leaders Wilnecote Raiders. The Raiders won their match 6- 4 this week in a close contest with Curdworth Wheeler Pingers, Michael Bree won all three of his games, while team mates Andy Bache and John Birbeck won one apiece.
Division 1 leaders Tamworth Wheelers Wiff Waffs, cancelled their game this week, leaving the way clear for Wilnecote Raiders to creep back into the lead again. These two top teams still have two games remaining against each other and this lends itself to an exciting few weeks as the season ends. Wilnecote scored their 8 - 2 win at home when they played Lichfield Kings and Queens. Ken Read achieved a maximum three points, with team mates Andy Bache & Steve Atkinson winning two apiece.
Tamworth Youth Club Wiff Waffs increased their lead at the top of division 1 this week with an 8 - 2 win against Netherseales. Jody Bevington and Jack Styring scored a maximum three points each, while Adrian Jones added one for the Wiff Waffs. Title contenders Wilnecote Raiders had their game cancelled. Tamworth Youth Club Wanderers had a 9 - 1 victory over Netherseal Cedar. Andrew Walker was the top Wanderer's player, with three wins. Brian Beer and Matt Satchwell won two games each.