In the first division, Trinity A beat Trinity B 8-2 and look certain to finish runners up in the league with four games to play. Martin Hopwood secured his maximum with ease dropping no games. Abishek Bathula lost only one en route to his maximum. Stuart Dearden lost out in two five game thrillers against both Sean Lucas and Melvyn Booker. Amlwch B maintained their slim mathematical hope of catching Trinity A with a hard-fought draw against North Wales Police A. Mark Bryant proved to be the strongest player on the night winning his three. Martin Lewis won two as did Roger Lee representing the Police. Amlwch B recovered from losing the opening two ties both in fifth game deciders and the doubles to gain a draw. The Juniors at Trinity C continue to improve and moved towards the middle of the table with a 10-0 win at the expense of Rhyl A. Matt Fox and Owen Hopwood secured their maximums without dropping a game including wins against the experienced veteran Barrie Russ. The game of the night witnessed Dave Foster taking Ben Moore to a fifth game decider before losing out.
Author: David Foster via Rhyl Community Table Tennis Club
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