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Battles on the tables

PUBLISHED: 14:42 07 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:06 03 July 2010

Table Tennis: St Johns B played a strong team against King's Church B and won all ten games.

In a very close match King's Church A just pipped Hospital Dynamoes thanks to three from Thomas Baxter.

Table Tennis: St Johns B played a strong team against King's Church B and won all ten games.

In a very close match King's Church A just pipped Hospital Dynamoes thanks to three from Thomas Baxter.

Ray Lee won three and this helped St Johns A to an 8-2 victory over Gorleston Conservatives. The Con Club then ground out a 5-5 draw when they met Hospital Sparks, young Louis Woolston had an excellent win over the experienced Brendan Green and then Albert Cadmore and Malcolm Vasey overturned a deficit of 8-17 in the first game of the doubles to win 26-24/28-30/21-19.

Hospital Police were too strong against the Gorleston Club and with Nick Calver and Tony Shaw gaining maximums they won 8-2.

Kings Church Crusaders with Curtis Beales unbeaten tried hard to beat ENSFC B but eventually went down 4-6.

ENSFC A met King's Church C who could only muster two players and they won 9-1. Kings then met Caister Com A and although Mathew Smith won at 17 in the third against Malcolm King the score ended up Caister winning nine games to one.

The College A team then met Hospital Telecom but went down by the narrowest margin six games to four. Telecom could not follow up their win when they met Caister A but ground out a hard fought draw.

Caister C A B had Charlie Hacon, Gavin Brewer and Tyler Harrison unstoppable and they won 10-0 against Hospital Claydon.

Michael Harvey and John Smith led their team Mill Lane Beacons to a 9-1 victory when they met King's Church C.

Thomas Turrell had a good win over Louis Woolston but could not stop Claydon from beating King's Church D 9-1.

Week beginning January 11 sees the spring pairs competition swing into place - paperwork is now ready for distribution.


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