WEEK 6 REPORT
Ashford Hill Ramblers retain their unbeaten record with a 8-2 win over Thatcham Colts with maximums from Sam Ricks and John Goodyer and also winning the doubles together
JOG lost their 100% record when drawing against Woolton Hill Eagles with Adam Pacyne winning all three including a final game 12-10 win over Antony Baker. Ian Langley and Baker both won twice for Eagles and also won the doubles .
JOG lost there 100% record when drawing with Woolton Hill Eagles . Adam Pacyne had a maximum for JOG including a 12-10 final set win over Antony Baker . Ian Langley had two wins each for Eagles and together won the doubles.
Kintbury Titans were too strong for Thatcham C and defeated them 9-1 with Tom Watmore and Nat Richardson getting three each and Kevin Brooker two. Nester Ceron's 13-11 decider against Brooker stopped the whitewash.
Richard Fettes , Andy Moore and Simon Sonsino won all their matches for Woolton Hill Badgers against Upton Ultraviolets although three games went to five
AWE Fission had to pull out all the stops to remain top of the table after being 4-1 down to Woolton Hill Wildcats but emerged with a 6-4 victory.with John McLarty, Bob Harris and George Wilson all winning twice,and Alan Fuller doing likewise for Wildcats.
Thatcham Spartans and Ashford Hill Misfits were tied at 5-5 at the end of the night with Misfits Denise Weller player of the match with a maximum backed up by Wendy Porters double. Celia Hooker was Spartans best with two wins
Inkpen Insufferables had a close encounter with West Ilsley B drawing 5-5 with Rohit Sengurta continueing his good form with a treble for Insufferables and Steve Cobrin and Dave Langton getting two apiece for Ilsley
Dave Norman and Ian Dickason both won all three in Thatcham Hawks 7-3 defeat of Woolton Hill Woodpeckers and combined to win the doubles as well . Normans 12-10 final set win over Ben Djekic was the match of the night.
Thatcham Tornado's were unlucky not to get their first win against Thatcham Dragons but had to settle for a draw Abiel Talwar and Jason Agar both won two for them and Holly Brown won once .Dragons Matt McMahon and Kurian Varghese both had doubles and also won the vital doubles.
Kintbury Outlaws were in good form when beating Woolton Hill Racketeers with David Rawlings and Dave Rees getting maximums and John Tanner winning twice..
Author: Eric Panting via Newbury Table Tennis League