TABLE TENNIS: Pegg Scaffolding continue to lead the IBA King’s Lynn Table Tennis Association Premier Division after a convincing 9-1 victory against fifth placed Avengers.
The leaders had both Wayne Mason and Dale Parnell again in fine form with both hitting maximums and also taking the doubles together.
Martin Skipper also chipped in with a brace of wins, only losing out to Don Dixon in the final game of the night.
St James continued to stay within touch of the leaders after they also had a 9-1 win at home to Wisbech Hawks.
Captain Owen Turner and Paul Barrett both scored maximum points and Serafim Melo chipped in with the other two, narrowly losing out to the visitors’ Craig Pack.
The only other team who can possibly win the league are Ziggys and they also had a 9-1 win, at Wasps II.
Martyn Allen, Chuck Hewitt and John Blyth all scored maximums, with Paul Reed and Igors Scekalevs pairing up to take the doubles against Hewitt and Blyth for the consolation point.
Last season’s draw specialists, Exiles are at it again entertaining Heacham with a 5-5 scoreline.
James Patterson was in great form for the visitors, winning all his singles matches for another maximum. Aaron Howell gained two wins in support.
Allan Nicholls had a brace of wins in reply, with Jim Defty and Lee Osler both beating David Woolley.
Fourth-placed Wasps were at Ambit Projects and won 8-2. Steve Goodale was the only visiting player to gain a maximum. Steve Mason and Tomasz Simka both scored a couple of wins each, losing to the improving Jack Mason.
In Division One only two results made it in time for the report. Walton Club were the biggest winners, with a 9-1 success at home to Blades.
That moved them to within three points of leaders Hot Shots.
Sam Kiddle and Steve Kent both posted maximums with Tony Caruso bagging a brace, only losing to Mike Smith. Kiddle and Kent also took the doubles.
Five games went the distance before Seasiders saw off West Lynn 6-4.
Graham Keeley hit a fine maximum with Mike Cooper scoring a brace of wins and Kerry Smith beating Lewis Watson.
For West Lynn, Danny Vertigan gained a couple of wins and Andy Castleton beat Smith. Watson and Castleton won the doubles.
λ Would all team secretaries please make sure their results are with Danny Vertigan by Friday at the latest.
If you are not in attendance at your match, please make sure someone else sends in the report.