2011-12 week 15
Amann Ubhi led leaders Colebridge Aces to a convincing 8-2 victory over Beaufort Sports A in the Premier Division. The city’s top player eased to yet another maximum as the Shirley based club took another step to regaining their crown. Hamstead B and Beaufort Sports B drew 5-5, with only Hamstead’s Lindon Douglas unbeaten.  Streetly A had a crucial
6-4 success over Colebridge Braves with Bemi Okunribido beating Warwickshire junior champion Amit Ubhi 11-9 in the fifth to clinch the win.  Streetly A were hammered 10-0 by Hamstead A in their second match of the week.  Trevor Davies had a magnificent hat-trick for Sutton Coldfield A against high fliers Smiths Wood A, although Smiths edged the match 6-4.
Paul Leck, Roger Morris  and Faizal Ali all picked up two singles wins for Smiths Wood C in a 7-3 away win at Beaufort Sports C in Division One.  Smithereens A stay on course for promotion after a 10-0 mauling of outclassed Colebridge Chiefs.  Parajat De gained a maximum for Bournville A at Sutton Coldfield B in a 6-4 triumph, which included a four game success over the prolific Purdip Shoker.
Smithereens B powered to a 9-1 scoreline over Sutton Coldfield D in Divsision Two, with Martin Rollason getting a maximum on his first appearance and Dave Whittingslow also unbeaten.  Andrew Calloway and Colin Cleverley were also maximum men for Sutton Coldfield C at Colebridge Falcons in a 9-1 demolition job.  Dan Ranford stormed to a hat-trick for Quinborne A at Colebridge Giants in a 6-4 success.  Streetly C and Colebridge Dinosaurs drew 5-5 with only defensive ace Steve Taylor of Dinosaurs getting a treble.  Taylor matched the fest in another 5-5 result with Colebridge Falcons.
Colebridge Hawks swooped to an emphatic 8-2 win over Sutton E in Division Three, thanks to John Cox and Chris Welsh trebles.  Andy Rowland notched a hat-trick for Maypole B over Quinborne B in a 7-3 win for his side. Martin Clayton and Martin George were outstanding for Bournville B in a 9-1 thumping of Walmley A.  Both Tony Arends and Paul Thomas inspired Ivy Leaf A to sweep aside Jacombs A 9-1.
Colebridge Indians had maximum men in Tim Fell and Luke Taylor in a convincing 9-1 victory at Beaufort Sports D in Division Four.  Dapo Balogun and Gurpal Verdi hit top form for Hamstead D in another 9-1 result against Streetly D.
Leading coach Steve Bailey led Sutton Coldfield F to a 7-3 win over Bournville C.  Ron Fraser produced another treble for West Midlands Police B to a narrow 6-4 success over Walmley B.
Sam Henderson of Maypole C is proving unplayable in Division Five and the individual leader was at his best in the 5-5 draw at Colebridge Knaves.  The Colebridge Jaguars trio of Stuart Corr, Paul Cockburn and Lee Adam brushed aside Colebridge Lions by a 10-0 margin.  Derek Palser and Alan Winspur had maximums for Ivy Leaf B in a 9-1 belting of Jacombs B. 
Author: via Birmingham & District Table Tennis Association
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