TABLE TENNIS: TopSpynn remain top of the Barrett Doubles table in the IBA Protect King’s Lynn & District League.
They enjoyed a comfortable 6-3 win over Heacham with Karl and Ross Brown winning all three of their games.
Karl also teamed up with Phil Brown to win two and Ross and Phil gained the other point.
James Patterson and Aaron Howell had a good brace of wins for Heacham and Patterson teamed up with David Wooley for the other point.
Ziggys are still the only unbeaten team in the league after a 7-2 win at Ambit Projects.
A close match saw the Ziggys pairing of Alan Nicholls and Chuck Hewitt win all three of their games, both pairing up with John Blyth to win two games each with him.
The Ambits pairing of Rob Rix and Lewis Baldock performed best and went home with a brace.
Avengers returned from Heacham A with a 9-0 win. Don Dixon, Keith Phillips and Richard Musesett paired up with each other to take maximums.
In Division One, Runcton Holme first team took on Spin Doctors and had Nick Osborne, John Mingay and Mel Jupp to thank for a 9-0 win, which puts them eight points clear at the top.
Wisbech Hawks stay second after a similar result against Runcton Holme B. Craig Pack, Nick Pack and Graham Pack did the damage.
A hat-trick of whitewashes was completed by Paul’s Driving School, who saw off Blades. Steve Hunt, Trevor Mason and Paul Barrett were the scorers.
Wasps 2 remain third after a 7-2 win at Greenfingers. Igor Scekalevs and David Patrick paired up to win three games and Patrick also teamed up with Terry Rudd to take another three.
Wasps’ other win came from the Scekalevs/Rudd pairing.
For Greenfingers Mike Cooper had a win with both Ray Drew and Stuart Frost.
A close game between Swaffham Terriers and Runcton Holme A saw the points go to the visitors by virtue of a 5-4 scoreline. The pairing of Danny Vertigan and Wayne Thorn won all three of their games.
Youngster Colney Vertigan also had a couple of wins. For the hosts, Peter Fysh and Keith Richardson won two of their three games, Fysh/Peter Nunn won one and Keith Richardson/Nunn also won one.
λ Two of the Heacham League title challengers had big wins to take advantage of BT Victory’s free week.
Adrian’s Allstars had super sub Charley Hammond joining Mick Minns and Mike Nobes when they took on Spivs Specials.
The Allstars won all the games except in game eight when Jim and Tim Race edged home in five ends over Minns and Nobes.
The Specials were unlucky not to add any more points to their score.
Ringstead Raiders were down to two players due to illness and holidays for their match with leaders Hunnys Heroes.
However, Sedgeford super sub Kerry Smith came to the rescue and joined Mike Patterson and Paul Humeniuk.
A tough battle saw the Heroes side of Rob and Tom Yarrow and Graham Keeley edge home in all nine doubles games to go eight points clear of Adrian’s Allstars and 12 points clear of BT Victory – however, both these teams have a game in hand.
The local derby saw Sedgeford Stars up against Sedgeford Savages.
Once again it was super subs to the rescue as John Marrow joined Mike and Dan Witley for the Stars while, for the second night in a row, Kerry Smith was in action, joining Finlay Hewson and Benji Richardson. This time she was on the winning side as the Savages edged home 5-4.
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