LTTL Week 3 News Report

The B team talking the points away to Amlwch to keep them in the top 3 of the Division and making it 3 wins out of 3 so far. The C Team had tough opposition with Police B paying them a visit. Glad to say there were 'no arrests' on the night but the Police did leave with maximum points. This takes them to 2nd in he Division.

Barrie Russ commenting said "he is looking forward to returning to action in week 5 of the League campaign so we should watch this space" as they look to secure there first win of the season.    



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In the first division, Trinity A are top of pile and are one of three unbeaten teams. They recorded a 9-1 win against Conway A and 6-4 result at the expense of Police A. The ever-present Ben Moorehas only dropped one match and Matthew Fox just two. Abhisek Bathula has played twice and only lost one of his six encounters and Owen Hopwood won his three in his only outing so far. Mark Pughrepresenting Police A remains unbeaten having seen off this strong Trinity junior challenge. In the Amlwch derby, the A team ran out comfortable 9-1 winners to move into second spot. Mark Bryantachieved the B team’s point taking Ian Ault’s unbeaten record in a five-game thriller.
Y Morfa is also unbeaten and have Mal McEvoy and Rob Stanway as undefeated individuals after an 8-2 victory away at Trinity B. Rob was taken to five by Chris Phillips and Rob Stewart took a game from Mal.
In the second division, Trinity C lead the way having had an extra result over the unbeaten chasing pack. Trinity C beat Craig-y-don A 9-1 with the only reply coming from Bill Williams who beatFred Moore in a tight five-game battle. Maximums here for both Roy Williams and Josh Gilmore.Last season’s runners up Police B sit in second spot after a comfortable 10-0 win against Rhyl C.Rhyl C also failed to land a point when they played Denbigh B. The game of the week witnessed third placed Rhyl B winning 6-4 away to Amlwch CDave Foster was the man of the match, winning his three and teaming up with John Hughes to win the key five-game doubles match.
Division One:
Trinity A                      9           Conway A         1
Amlwch A                    9           Amlwch B        1
Trinity A                      6           Police A           4
Trinity B                      2           Y Morfa             8
Division Two:
Denbigh B                    10        Rhyl C              0
Amlwch C                     4          Rhyl B              6
Trinity C                       9         Craig-y-don A   1
Rhyl C                          0          Police B            10
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