In the second division, Denbigh A is three points clear at the top after a 10-0 derby win over Denbigh C. Ryan Forshaw and Martin Bill took a game from Chris Watkinsand teamed up to win one game in the doubles. But Harold Furber and Roger Rowettproved too strong for Denbigh C, securing their maximums without dropping a game.Craig-y-don B move into third in the table ahead of their A team after a tight 6-4 victory over Trinity E. Josh Gilmore won all his three games for Trinity, his hardest task was in beating Dave Strange over five games. But two games each for both Ged Haresnape and Bob Hughes and doubles victory secured the match. In the Rhyl derbyRhyl B beat Rhyl C 10-0. The best performance by a C team player was George Stanley Evans taking a game from John Hughes.
Author: David Foster via Rhyl Community Table Tennis Club
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