WEEK 4 REPORT
Thatcham A were given a hard game by Woolton Hill Eagles but it was a maximum by Andy Barnes that secured them a 6-4 win and he joined up with Richard Rosinski to take the doubles. Ian Langley was Eagles best with a double .
Thatcham Nomads had a 7-3 victory over Jog with a Nat Richardson treble and two from Ray Powell and both of them winning a close doubles game 11-7 in final set.Adam Pacyna got two for Jog including a 12-10 decider against Powell.
Upton Ultraviolets made in two wins on the trot when they defeated AWE Fission 6-4 with a Matt Davies hat trick . Andy Pipe scored two for Fission
Thatcham Colts and Thatcham Thunder played out a 5-5 draw which was useful points to both sides . Csaba Pall was well worth his treble for Thunder and won the doubles with Eric Panting . Keith Russell and Andy Jeffery both won twice for Colts . Closest games were Jeffery's 11-7 fifth set win over David Sheppard and Panting's 11-9 final set win over Eddie Haines
Thatcham Spartans stay top after their 5-5 draw with Ashford Hill Misfits but Thatcham C are only one point behind with a game in hand. Denise Weller won all three for Misfits and played her part with Wendy Porter in winning the doubles. Martin Gilbey and Eric Panting both won twice for Spartans but Panting had to come from two sets down to defeat Porter.
Kintbury Cobra's move into third place after a good 7-3 victory over Thatcham Scavengers with Ian Wu maintaining his 100% record and with Chris Watson coming back from two games down to win the doubles.
Thatcham Scorpions defeated Thatcham A and E Specials by 8 games to 2 with Dean Mustill getting three wins and Simon Barter and Darren Harper two each
Scorpions did not do so well when entertaining Thatcham C and lost 9-1 with Nestor Ceron and Ray Beeks both getting maximums and Bao Tuyen Ly two wins
Thatcham Hawks made it four wins out of four when Woolton Hill Woodpeckers were beaten by them 8-2 Ian Dickason and Geoff Eldred were both undefeated for Hawks and it will take a good team to stop them this season .
Kintbury Outlaws are lying second in the table and had a 7-3 victory over Thatcham Choppers David Taylor won three and David Rawlings a couple . Jeremy Skelton got two wins for Choppers.
New Club Rosemoor have made a good start and had another win this time against Thatcham Spitfires . Matt McMahon and Jon Kwa won two apiece for Rosemoor but none could match John Panting who was unbeaten for Spitfires .
Inkpen Insufferables and Woolton Hill Racketeers battled to a 5-5 result. Bob Nash won a triple for Insufferables whilst there were two wins for Sthiven Pinilla and Panos Stemitsjotis for Racketeers
Author: Eric Panting via Newbury Table Tennis League