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HEACHAM INTERNAL TABLE TENNIS LEAGUE
7 MONDAY 13th NOVEMBER 2023
Another great night of table tennis
in the hall with all three matches
very close with every scorecard
finishing up 5-4.
On table one it was a close win for
The Inlaws 5-4 over Adrian's
Allstars. This win puts them closer
to top spot as they are now just 7
points adrift. It was a good all
round performance with Stephen and
Aaron Jackson both winning two games
while Ron Kendal added the final
point. It was the man of the
match who came from the losing side as
Mick Minns had a great maximum which
began with an epic 5 end win over
Stephen winning the final end 12-10.
Mick's support came from a win by
Mike Nobes over Ron.
On table two Coastal Crusaders won
5-4 against Heacham Knights who were
without their number one Mick Forth.
Leigh McDonald was the star act for
The Crusaders with a fine maximum
which also started off with a five
end win over Kevin Saunders. Bob
Richardson gave good support winning
two games just losing out to Kevin
in four ends. For the Knights Kevin
had two wins while Ollie Loades and
Chris Griggs both had a win over
On table three league leaders lost
valuable points when they went down
5-4 to Counter Hitters. Star player
of the match was The Terriers Benji
Richardson with a great maximum. He
started like the previous two
maximums of the evening with a hard
fought five ender over Paul Waterman
winning 11-9 in the fifth end.
Captain Graham Keeley for a change
only added one point to the
scorecard. For the Hitters Paul
finished up with two wins and the in
form Ian Rix also had two wins while
Tony Trayford added the final point.
With The Terriers losing 5-4 and The
Inlaws winning 5-4 the gap at the
top changed as all teams are closing
in on each other.
Next week back to Challenge Format.
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