Bolton News 15th March

THE top teams last week in the Premier Division had an action replay of the previous week with Flixton A disposing of Ramsbotton C 9-0 and Ramsbottom A beating Wharton 8-1 with Ian McLean providing the resistance.

Ramsbottom B had the same score against Ladybridge A with Dave Bolton saving the whitewash. The rest of the division all had closer scores of 6-3 with Little Lever CC A’s win against Hilton A seeing Graham Jeffries and Ron Durose both trebling. Nomads A beat Flixton B with trebles from Fredric Turban and Majid Tubasum. Radcliffe CC overcame Burning Desire with a treble by Robert Hall.

Division One produced a lot of close encounters with the exception of Nomads B’s 8-1 victory over against Hilton C which included trebles by John Aberra and Tim Vaughan.

Wingates beat Hilton D 6-3 helped by a treble from John Bradbury. The rest were all 5-4 results.

Little Lever C beat Coburg B despite a treble from Coburg's Chris Naylor. Coburg A beat Farnworth SC A with a resisting treble for John Hutchinson, while Harper Brass A overcame Hilton B thanks to a treble from Brian Hallsworth.

A mixed bag of scores in Division Two saw Meadow Ben A dismiss Farnworth SC A 9-0. Heaton CC B beat Harper Brass B 8-1 with Dave Jones providing the losers' solitary win.

Hilton E beat Ladybridge B thanks to trebles by John Barker and Gary Hilton and tTwo 5-4 scores saw Heaton CC E beat Ramsbottom D with a treble from Max Brooks and Hilton F beat Top Spinners.

In Division 3, 8-1 scores saw Boyzone beat Hilton G with Jeff Saunders providing the resistance and Farnworth SC C overcame St Paul’s Peel A with Christopher Boys preventing the whitewash. Three 6-3 scores saw Meadow Ben B beat Polonia Club with a treble from Ian Wheeldon, Walkden Methodists beat Meadow Hill A and Bolton TTC beat Heaton CC D with trebles by Nayem Alam and Peter McCormick, while Harper Brass D won 5-4 with consistent Keane Mills providing the treble.

Author: via Bolton Table Tennis League
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