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Champions Hackness TTC wrapped up the season in style with a 10-0 win against Liberators Southside. The division’s top player Noel Seery led the way and finished the season with a 97% win ratio. Teammates Tom Byrne and Chris Found also finished a dominant season with trebles.

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Hobnobs B were simply too good for Liberators Southside as they compiled a 9-1 win. Nigel Escreet and Lester Smith both hit trebles, with a brace for Jack Louth. Allan Thurling stopped the rot for Liberators with a win over Louth.

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The quarter finals saw seven out of the eight top seeds, the only exception being another great looking player, Tristan Bouvier from Seamer who had beaten last year’s finalist Ollie Edmonds in the previous round.

Quarter final results:

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Scarborough Cadet League Champions!

 

 

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Martin Lowe

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Specsavers notched up another win, 8-2 against Scalby Old Boys. Specsavers’ top two players, Mark Marshall and Glenn Hodgson, remained unbeaten throughout. Alistair Hutchinson and Matty Whilde secured two consolation points for Scalby each beating Specsavers' number 3, Piotr Ozon.

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Mavericks were the latest team to inflict a defeat on bottom side Whitby Endeavour. Mavericks’ Nigel Clapham, Guy Whiting and Jon Mancrief all came away with trebles in a 10-0 win.

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Rolo put on another masterclass with a 10-0 win at Whitby Endeavour. Unbeaten Martin Lowe remains top of the divisional averages for the season with Rolo teammates Moke Warburton and Sam Lowe sitting in sixth and seventh places respectively.

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National Cadet League Ormesby Middlesbrough

 

All the players had a great day and are looking forward to the next round.

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