Llandudno Table Tennis League Week 4 Round Up

Sunday, 28 October 2018

News - week 4

In the first division, Trinity A continue to make the running beating Y Morfa A 10-0.Abhishek Bathula and Owen Hopwood secured their maximums without dropping a game. Rob Stanway lost in four to Matthew FoxAmlwch A is only four points behind with a game in hand after losing their first points of the season in an 8-2 victory overPolice AMarc Pugh beat both Paul Collins and Ian Ault but lost out to Keith Williams who heads the individual standings. Amlwch B is the only other unbeaten team, they narrowly beat previously unbeaten Conwy B. Some fantastic shots were produced and a 11-9 win in the doubles by the islanders seemed crutial especially whenReg John beat Chris Phillips to give Amlwch B a 5-2 lead. However, Sean Lucas andChris Phillips brought it back to 4-5 before Reg John secured his maximum in a fantastic last rubber win over Paul HulmeConwy A won their first match of the season overcoming Rhyl A 7-3. Steve Nicholls proved the strongest player on the night landing his maximum 11-9 in a five-game thriller against Alan SimkissAndy Luntwon two going down over four games to Barry Russ.
In the second division, Rhyl B lead the pack by three points following an emphatic 10-0 over Police BSteve Lowe and Norman Stagg won their games without dropping a game and John Hughes secured his maximum in a four-game win at the expense ofAlan LaveryAmlwch B is only three points behind in second, this week beating Rhyl C 9-1. The Rhyl point came from Andy Chambers who beat Matthew Winnett. The best match witnessed Caren Ault beating Andy Chambers in the fifth. Mark Hadcockwon all his singles matches in three straight games. In the closest encounter in division two, Craig-y-don B beat their A team in the derby match. No one player dominated,Keith Potter and Ged Haresnape won two each for the B team and Nigel Watson andJohn Bastin repeated the feat for the A team. The key matches were arguably the doubles won by Craig-y-don B and Ged beating Nigel 11-9 in the fifth.
Division One:
Trinity A                               10     Y Morfa A                             0
Police A                                  2     Amlwch A                             8
Rhyl A                                    3     Conwy A                               7
Conwy B                                 4     Amlwch B                             6
Division Two:
Craig-y-don B                      6       Craig-y-don A                        4
Amlwch C                            9       Rhyl C                                   1
Rhyl B                                 10     Police B                                 0
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