THERE?were just four matches played across the different competitions  
in the North Cornwall Table Tennis League last week.
With most teams having  completed their fixtures in their respective  
divisions, there was a game apiece in Division One and Two.
In the top-tier, Torridge completed their league programme with an 8-2  
victory at bottom side Helland B.
Dave Streak ensured that he went through the whole season unbeaten for  
the visitors while Dave Stone and Alan Quilter, who normally plays for  
Bridgerule A, won two apiece.
The home side’s points were gathered by Jim Rickwood.
Budehaven B ensured that they went through the whole campaign unbeaten  
after winning 8-2 at Altarnun in both teams’ last games.
The home side led 1-0 after Paul Burden fought back to beat Nathan  
Jukes but that was as good as it got for the hosts in the singles as  
Jukes won his other outings while David Sillifant and Ashley Taylor  
both enjoyed perfect evenings.
Burden did combine with Alex Whitfield to beat Sillifant and Taylor in  
a thriller in the doubles — the first time Budehaven had lost in the  
doubles in the league all season.
Whitstone Wanderers are through to the final of the Division Two  
Knockout Cup after winning 5-1 at North Hill B. They’ll get the  
chance to reach a second cup final of the season this evening when  
they travel to Crackington B in the last four of the Handicap Cup.
They could potentially meet Budehaven?E in the final after the trio  
of Tim Orchard, Sam Jennings and Koben Allsopp-Skinner proved too  
strong for Crackington C, winning 5-1. They’ll take on their own A  
team in the other semi-final later this month.
Author: via North Cornwall Table Tennis League
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