2015-16 week seventeen reports

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division One

WHITBY SPRINGHILL 3 v CORINTHIANS A 7

A hard earned win for Corinthians who found Whitbys Barbara Kearney in fine form. Barbara defeated Mark Marshall for the first time and then was involved in two fives setters. Her rubber with Dale Symons went to the wire and she lost out 9-11 in the decider. Whitbys number one Bob Evans scored a brace that included a 12-10 decider against Glen Hodgson. Man of the match went to an unbeaten perormance from Symons. Hodgson added a brace and an out of sorts Marshall took a single, Marshall had better luck in the doubles partnering Hodgson in another five set win.

BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS 7 v NOMADS 3

Nomads had no answer to Brids Simon James and Mark Chajecki. Both scored trebles and took the doubles together. Nomads gained three valuable points to help their relegation fears. thanks to singles for Gary Connolly, Dave Oxley and John Loftus.

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division Two

PICADORE A 7 v SCALBY OLD BOYS 3

This result was closer than the result shows. Picadore had to thank Sally Hunter who marked her return from injury with an excellent treble. Team-mates played their part, Martin Zammit lost out on a treble after losing to an outstanding performance from David Makepeace in straight sets. Nigel Hird added a single and won the doubles with Zammit. Scalbys reply came from a Makepeace brace and a single for Hal Goodliffe.

TRINITY 1 v PINDAR 9

Pindar inflicted a drubbing on Trinity. Paul Ho and Guy Hutchinson bagged trebles and Nigel Clapham recovered to score a brace after losing to Trinitys young gun, Matty Lowe. In a great opener Matty Lowe held his nerve to take the deciding set 13-11. Pindar capped the night off with Clapham and Ho taking the doubles in straight sets.

HOBNOBS 9 v PICADORE B 1

Picadores Richard Lloyd stopped the whitewash by defeating Stuart Robinson in four sets. However Robinson comfortably won his remaining two singles. Normal service was resumed with Allan Thurling and Ajay Tandan staying unbeaten and winning the doubles together.

SCARBOROUGH NEWS Division Three

ROGUES N JOSHERS 3 v SCALBY SCHOOL 7

A top performance from Scalbys James Biggs who remained unbeaten. Martin Briggs and Luke Howland scored a brace each for the victors. Howland was involved in the game of the night against Tom Anderson. In a nip and tuck rubber the Scalby youngster took the deciding set 12-10. Rogues reply came from John Blaymires who played well to win a brace and a doubles success he had with Anderson.

LIBERATORS 3 v NEWBY JFS 7

Liberators promotion hopes took a battering at the hands of Newby. Man of the match went to Newbys Jack Louth who scored an impressive treble. He was well supported by Rod and Frazer Ives with a brace each. Liberators had to be happy with singles for Karl Cousins and Brian Goodliffe plus a doubles together.

DELPHSTONE 7 v EASTFIELD TERMINATORS 3

Division Three maestro  Jon Wanless kept up his unbeaten run with another treble for Delphstone and also secured the doubles  with Will Wanless. The latter also managed a brace to go with a single from brother Chris. Eastfields best performance came from a Peter Ozon brace while John-Paul Zegstroo fought hard to win a single.  

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