WEEK 10 - 9TH DECEMBER 2013 MATCH REPORT

Division One

Curdworth Pingers edged into second spot in Division One of
the Tamworth Table Tennis league thanks to a comfortable 9-1 away win over
Lichfield Jets. Dawn Sagoo and Rob Rawson were on target for the Pingers
winning all their matches. Tony Stewart added two in support. Harry Emberson
played really well for the Jets to deny Pingers the white wash. The narrowest
of doubles victories 15-13 in the fifth ensured Tamworth Wanderers came away
with a share of the spoils in their tussle with third placed Wilnecote Raiders.
Andy Walker and Matt Satchwell both scored twice for the Wanderers and combined
to win the epic doubles contest. For the Raiders Steve Atkinson and Andy Bache
both notched up braces with John Birbeck adding a single. A Johnathan Pilling
treble and a single from Dean Snowdon was not enough to prevent Rugby Kings
going down 6-4 away to Netherseal Cedar. Pairs from Gary Carr and Ian Perry, a
single from Charles Goodall and a Gary /Charles doubles triumph in four saw
Cedar home.

Division Two

Division Two’s run away leaders Spital Daredevils this week
tormented Curdworth Pongers with a 9-1 home win. Ashley Stokes single ensured
Pongers emerged with something to show for their night’s work. Alan Baker and
Paul Bowler were too good on the night for Daredevils winning all their matched
supported by Stuart Spalding with two. Second placed Netherseal Oak secured a
comfortable 8-2 away victory over Rugby Oddballs thanks to maximums from Mike
Harker and Graham Kettle. Mick Sherratt added a single. Dave Storr and Keith
Pratt took a point-a-piece in reply for the Oddballs. Jokers A beat Lichfield
Musketeers 8-2 thanks to another fine performance from Alastair Tullis who won
three and Dave Tucker and Bill Lakin both scored twice. Yuriy Slobodyuk
hit two in response for the Musketeers. The match between Jokers B and
Lichfield Knaves ended honours even. Jokers’ points came courtesy of two
singles wins each for Richard Howes and Chris Latham and a Richard/Chris
doubles triumph in four. For the Knaves Morgan Sykes and Neil Lehane were on
target with pairs with Gerbo Husman contributing the fifth point.

Division Three

Another maximum from Sam Bernstein ensured TYC Future still
head the pack in Division Three as Futures emerged victorious 7-3 in their
contest with Lichfield Barons. Ryan Coady added a further two points to support
Sam with Zorro Kasarge chipping in with a single. Barbara Collins hit a fine
double for Barons and Karl Turner secured a further point. James Shaw was star
performer with three for TYC Lambs in their 5-5 draw with Lichfield Rockets. He
was supported by Rob Shaw and Rich Elson who both scored once. In reply Chris
Davis scored twice for Rockets as did Steven with Steven and Chris combining to
win the doubles in three.


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