Gary Hewitt (Ziggys) in KLTTA action.

TABLE TENNIS: Ziggys pushed their way into second place in the King’s Lynn TTA Premier League, despite losing 6-4 to Wisbech Wizards.

Star of the show was Brian Hill for Wisbech with a maximum against Gary Hewitt, Allan Nicholls and Chuck Hewitt.

It was back to Barrett doubles format with Topspynn hanging on to their lead by a point after a narrow 5-4 win against Heacham.

Steve Barrett, Gary Hewitt and Allan Nicholls earned swift revenge for Ziggys with a 7-2 win against Wisbech Wizards.

Steve Mason, Mike Crowson and Steve Goodale combined to give Wasps a solid 6-3 win against Avengers.

Wisbech kept themselves in contention with a battling 7-2 win against Wisbech Hawks.

The Owen Turner/Howard Lupton pairing was unbeaten in St James’ 5-4 win against Pegg Scaffolding.

Only four points separate the top four teams in Division One.

An 8-1 win for Paul’s Driving School against Swaffham Terriers was enough to give them top spot.

Ambit Projects were 6-3 winners in the second/third place battle against Wasps 2.

Lewis Baldock, Chris Ely and Rob Rix did the damage.

Nick Osborne, Melvyn Jupp and Steve Bailey led Runcton Holme to a 7-2 win against Greenfingers.

Alex Bragg and Max Smith got on the scorecard for Blades but Carol Parker, David Lane and Clive Sandle proved too strong, giving Runcton Holme B an 8-1 win.

The Spin Doctors team of Roger Chilvers, Les Brockhurst and Peter McDonagh gave Heacham their first taste of defeat in the Barrett doubles with a 6-3 win.

  •  Monday evening at the seaside saw Malc’s Marvels up against Spivs Specials in the Heacham Table Tennis League challenge format.

Graham Keeley, Rob Yarrow and Malc Diggins were up against the Specials’ Jim and Jeff Race and Stephen Jackson.

Keeley and Diggins beat the Races in the doubles and Diggins came back on in the singles against Jackson. He lost the first end 11-5 but came back to win in four ends. Marvels won the next four games but game seven was a cracker with Yarrow taking on Jim Race.

The first two ends went to Race 12-10, 11-9. Yarrow won the next two ends 11-7, 11-8 and the fifth end saw Race take an early lead but then Yarrow pulled back to be 5-4 up. He pulled further ahead to lead 10-6 but the never-say-die Race won 12-10 to prevent a Marvels whitewash in an 8-1 result.

  •  Hunstanton Rotary Club have continued their sponsorship of 12 year old Mollie Patterson.

Rotary president Adrian Evans presented the first of four quarterly cheques of £250 and Patterson gave a group of Rotary members a demonstration. The group went away realising how much hard work she had put in over the last year to establish herself as No.5 cadet in the England rankings.