Llandudno Table Tennis League Week 2 Round Ups

The Round Up Report from LTTL Website reads;

Saturday, 13 October 2018

News - week 2

In the first division, Amlwch A maintain their perfect start producing back to back 10-0 wins. This week they beat Rhyl AAlan Simkiss did take Ian Ault to a fifth game decider before losing out. Conwy B lie second having beat Y Morfa A 7-3. Y Morfa Astarted well winning the opening two encounters, both five-game thrillers. But Chris Phillips turned the tie around securing a maximum and teaming up with Melvyn Bookerto land the doubles in another five-game match. Trinity A is third in the division, they narrowly overcame Rhyl AAbhishek Bathula won his three singles matches and teamed up Stuart Dearden to secure the doubles. Dave Foster proved to be the strongest Rhyl A player beating both Stuart and Fred Moore. TrinIty A also beatPolice A, here Mark Pugh representing Police A secured a maximum at the expense of Abhishek whom he beat 11-8 in the fifth. Owen Hopwood and Matthew Fox both extracted a game from Mark and beat James and Tony Wan to secure the Trinity Avictory. Trinity C produced a fine performance with a 7-3 victory over Conwy A. Maximums here for both David Daniels and Josh Gilmore and a tough night for Andy Lunt who lost all his singles matches in the fifth game. The closest game of week witnessed Graham Heath losing out to Josh Gilmore in an extended five-game battle that involved both 16-14 and 21-19 games.
In the second division, Amlwch C continue to make the early pace beating Y Morfa B10-0. Craig-y-don A lie second despite a 4-6 reversal against Police B. The game of this match went the way of Nigel Watson who beat Peter Roberts 12-10 in the fifth. The strongest player proved to be Kevin Evans who dropped zero games in either the singles or the doubles. Two teams who have played only one fixture remain unbeaten, in what looks a competitive division. Henllan beat Craig-y-don B with a two-man team, the star here was Iain MacGiillivray who overcame Ady Waugh 11-6 in the fifth to land his maximum. The Rhyl derby went to the B team the game of the match witnessedNorman Stagg beating Marcus Jones 11-6 in the fifth.
Division One:
Y Morfa A                               3     Conwy B                      7
Trinity C                                 7     Conwy A                      3
Trinity A                                 7     Police A                       3
Amlwch A                              10    Rhyl  A                         0
Rhyl A                                    4     Trinity A                       6
Police A                                                  
Division Two:
Craig-y-don A                      9       Y Morfa B                    1
Craig-y-don B                      4       Henllan                       6
Y Morfa B                            0       Amlwch C                    10
Police B                               6       Craig-y-don A              4
Rhyl B                                 10      Rhyl C                         0
Author: via Rhyl Community Table Tennis Club
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