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Sport - Table Tennis: Wayne in good form to preserve record

IBA Lynn League

Wayne Mason retained his 100 per cent record and Jake and Peter Pegg gave good support with wins over Mark Pearman and Rob Rix as Pegg Scaffolding beat Paul’s Driving School 8-2.

Serafim Melo managed two wins for PDS and only lost in five ends to Wayne Mason in the only Premier League match this week.

In Division One, the league’s only two unbeaten teams, Terrington and Walton Highway B met.

Terrington were inspired by a Philip Brown maximum and Karl and Ross Brown added two wins each against Craig Pack and Graham Sheppard.

Graham Pack spoiled the Terrington party with two good wins.

Runcton Holme A retained top spot with a hard fought 10-0 win against Heacham B.

Jerry Irving, Tim Hines and Martin Sup did the damage, but not without a few scares.

Steve Hales pushed Martin to five ends as did Mary-Ann Woodhouse against Tim.

Ambit Projects leap-frogged Walton Highway B into third place with a 7-3 win against Heacham C.

David Whitby and Jeff Chung scored maximums and Chris Ely added one win over Mick Minns.

Charlie Hammond and Malc Diggins scored one point each and Heacham also won the doubles.

Graham Warren and Nick Osborne starred for Runcton Holme in their 9-1 win against Spin Doctors.

A John Wiggs solitary win against Dave Wearing stopped the whitewash.

Peter Fysh, Peter Nunn and Keith Richardson ensured Swaffham Terriers remain in the top six with a 10-0 win against Ringstead.

Stephen Stafford, Paul Himeniuk and Richard Henricks battled hard but to no avail.

Two-man Wasps travelled to Green Fingers and left with a well-deserved draw. Callum Brown was undefeated for Wasps and David Hughes added a win against Stuart Frost and combined for the doubles.

Gordon Penny and Ray Drew managed a win each and were gifted the three points with Wasps not having a third player.

 

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