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Results after 4 rounds and latest standings
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The 2018/19 League Play-offs took place on Friday 29th March, at the NSC. 

Results were as follows:

•             Ramsey B 7  Peel 2 – Ramsey B remain in D1 next season

 

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The second round of the Grand Prix series took place on 21st December, with Sam Bailey and Malc Lewis again taking the individual honours and Arbory and Peel leading the way in the team event
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The first round of the Grand Prix series took place on 26th October.

A number of disappointingly late withdrawals necessitated some changes to the planned format, with 4 clubs participating in Band 1 and the same in Band 2. Individual winners were Sam Bailey (Band 1) and Malc Lewis (Band 2) whilst Arbory and Peel lead the team standings.

Those teams will contest the next round on Friday December 21st.
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Please see attached weekly reports prepared by Juan Moore and published in the Courier:

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The 2017 Island Championships were held last weekend at the NSC
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Western Vikings have lost their lead in the Regional Super 6 table tennis series where clubs from across the island have been split into five geographic areas. Each region field two teams of six players to compete in this round robin end of season tournament.
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Our team of Tiernan Garvey, Leo Doyle, William Dalugdugan, Charlie Callow, Sophie Sheard & Lauren Allwright were joined by two Welsh girls Lucy Quin & Elizabeth Evans.
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Western Vikings maintain their lead after the third round of the Regional Super Six table tennis series with 57 points after three matches. Northern Lights follow with 42 points from 2 matches. In third place are Eastern Eagles who have 34 points from two matches. Douglas Dynamos stay close behind on 30 but they have played a game more. Finally in fifth are Southern Stars who have 17 points after two fixtures.
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Western Vikings lead the way with 36 points. Second are Eastern Eagles with 34 points followed by Douglas Dynamos who are behind the pack with 21 points after their two fixtures. Northern Lights have played one fixture so far and are fourth just three points behind the Dynamos. Fifth are Southern Stars who have 11 points after one round.
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