‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’ ensure TopSpynn lead King’s Lynn doubles table

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It was Barrett Doubles action for both divisions last week and in the Premier League only three matches took place due to two being called off.

Keith Phillips Avengers

Keith Phillips Avengers

TopSpynn remain at the top of the table with a comfortable 6-3 win over Heacham, and Karl and Ross Brown were the best pairing on the night, winning all three games.

Karl also teamed up with Phil to win two and Ross and Phil gained the other point. For Heacham James Patterson and Aaron Howell had a good brace of wins and James also teamed up with David Wooley for their other point.

Ziggys remain hot on their heels and are still the only team in the league unbeaten – they were victors by a scoreline of 7-2 away to Ambit Projects.

In a match that could and should have been a lot closer the Ziggys pairing of Alan Nicholls and Chuck Hewitt did the damage winning all three of their games.

Alan and Chuck also paired up with John Blyth to win two games each also. For Ambit the pairing of Rob Rix and Lewis Baldock performed best and went home with a well earned brace.

Avengers travelled to take on Heacham ‘A’.

It was well worth the trip as they bagged a fantastic 9-0 win, Don Dixon/Keith Phillips and Richard Musesett all pairing up with each other to take maximums.

In Division One all 10 teams were in action and even with three whitewashes there were still some really close games.

Runcton Holme 1st team took on Spin Doctors and had Nick Osborne/John Mingay and Mel Jupp to thank for their 9-0 win and sees them eight points clear at the top.

Wisbech Hawks still sit in second place and also had a 9-0 win against Runcton Holme ‘B’, Craig Pack/Nick Pack and Graham Pack doing the damage in this one.

The last 9-0 win came from Pauls Driving School over Blades, Steve Hunt/Trevor Mason and Paul Barrett inflicting the whitewash in this one.

Wasps ‘2’ remain third in the league after a 7-2 win away to Green Fingers, Igor Scekalevs and David Patrick paired up to win three games and David also teamed up with Terry Rudd to take another three wins,

Wasps’ other win came from the Scekalevs/Rudd pairing. For Green Fingers Mike Cooper had a win with both Ray Drew and Stuart Frost.

The closest game of the two divisions saw Swaffham Terriers take on Runcton Holme ‘A’, and could have gone either way. The away team won the match with the last game of the night to go back down the A10 with a fine 5-4 win.

The pairing of Danny Vertigan and Wayne Thorn did the damage, winning all three of their games, youngster Colney Vertigan also had a couple of wins, one with Danny and one with Wayne.

For the home team Peter Fysh/Keith Richardson won two of their three games, Fysh/Peter Nunn won one and Richardson/Nunn also won one.