Mason leads Peggs King’s Lynn Table Tennis League win

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King’s Lynn Table Tennis Summer League Week 6

Pegg Scaffolding continued their good from with a comfortable 5-3 win over Ambit Projects.

Wayne Mason once again led the way for Peggs with a fine maximum, he had good support from Peter Pegg with two wins.

Ambit put up a bit of a fight with David Wooley and Graham Rogerson both beating Brian Pegg, and Graham then teamed up with Lewis Baldock to take the doubles from the Pegg brothers.

With Max Smith and Colney Vertigan, both 11, and Ben Peacock at the age of 13, the Blades team had an average age of just under 12 which must make them the youngest team to ever play in the Lynn Summer league.

St James had their regular team in fine form and were too strong for the youngsters, winning 9-0. Well done to Colney for winning his first-ever competitive end in losing in four ends.

Nets and Edges took on the table toppers Ziggys and although Steve Goodale and Alan Jones had wins over John Blyth, the Ziggys pairing of Mike Crowson and Don Dixon won the singles and the doubles to see them through. John helped make the score 6-2 with a win over Mick Pitt who helped Nets and Edges out for the night.

The final game saw Runcton Holme take on Karens Krew. Clive Sandle led the way for Runcton with a fine maximum and was well backed up by Rob Rix who won both his singles and then teamed up with John Ganley to take the doubles, Karen Hubble and Malcolm Powell both had a win apiece over John to make the score 6-2 to Runcton Holme.

Player of the week: Clive Sandle for his first maximum of the summer league.

Next week sees the last week of games.