WEEK 4 REPORT
Kintbury Titans are top after a achieving a 7-3 success over Upton Ultraviolets .Nat Richardson won all three for Titans having to overcome Matt Davies 11-9 in final set to get his treble Glen Freeman won twice and helped Richardson win the doubles in the decider.Davies won twice for Upton.
Woolton Hill Eagles defeated Thatcham C by 8 games to 2 with Nick Langley and Antony Baker getting a maximum although Baker had to come back from two sets down to beat Bao Tuyen Ly . Ly lost two matches in five before winning his last against Keith Langley 11-9 in fifth set.
AWE Fission move to 10 points and head the table after taking maximum points in a comfortable 8-2 victory over Woolton Hill Wombats . John McLarty kept his 100% record and two each from Bob Harris and George Wilson did the business .
Thatcham Scavengers are also on 10 points and had a massive 10-0 win over Thatcham Choppers . Niall McGrane, Spencer Harvey and Thereasa all performed well
Thatcham Scorpions another team on 10 points won a tighter match 7-3 against Woolton Hill Wildcats but only three matches were won in straight sets ,Simon Barter continued his good start to the season with a treble but had to come back from 2-0 down to beat Roger Cherowbrier. Alan Fuller won twice for Wildcats.
It looked all over for Thatcham Spartans when they went 5-0 down to Jefferauts But two wins each by Malcolm Record and Celia Hooker and one by Eric Panting forced the draw..Teifion Chamberlain was Jeffernauts best with two wins.
Kintbury Cobras fought out a 5-5 draw with Ashford Hill Misfits . Wendy Porter of Misfits won all three just beating Ian Wu in the fifth . Wu and Jenny Tanner both winning twice for the Cobra's
Leaders Inkpen Insufferables visited bottom team Thatcham Tornados where they managed a 6-4 win with Rohat Senoupia being unbeaten and Steve Connors winning twice. Tornados picked up their first point with Jason Agar winning twice and both Michael Sopp and Michael Slingo winning once
Kintbury Outlaws and West Ilsley B were locked together in joint second place before they met and they stayed the same after a 5-5 draw.. Ian Andis was man of the match for Outlaws maintaing his unbeaten record but Steve Cobrin did take him to five.John Tanner had a double for Outlaws as did Cobrin and Lionel Sheppard for West Ilsley.
Woolton Hill Woodpeckers and Thatcham Dragons played a close match which finished level. Woodpeckers youngster Ben Djekic got his first maximum and did not drop a set whilst for Dragons there was a brace of wins for Kurian Vargese and Matt McMahon
Author: Eric Panting via Newbury Table Tennis League