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Sport - Table Tennis: Ringstead record first win

IBA Lynn League

By Paul Barrett

IN Division One, Ringstead recorded their first win of the season by beating Heacham C 6-4.

Braces for Roger Pincott and Les Sleight, a Justin Mullins win and doubles. Braces for Mike Nobes and Sue Nobes replied.

Heacham B beat Sedgeford 6-4.

Braces for David Howell and Callum Howell, a Henry Laughlin win and the doubles. An Ian Rix maximum and David Woolley win replied.

Match comments: “Despite Ian winning all three singles, Heacham B win the doubles to win the match 6-4.”

Paul’s Driving School beat Ambit 9-1.

Maximums for Mark Pearman and Paul Barrett, Steve Hunt brace and the doubles. A Graham Rogerson win replied.

Runcton A beat Green Fingers 8-2.

Maximums for Jerry Irving and Tim Hines and a Derek Windsor win, plus the doubles.

Wins for Graham Keeley and Mike Cooper replied.

Runcton B beat Runcton C 10-0.

Maximums for Ross Brown, Philip Brown, Robert Penny and the doubles.

Runcton beat Swaffham 9-1. Maximums for Graham Warren and Nick Osborne, a Steve Bailey brace and the doubles. A Peter Fysh win replied.

Wasps beat Spin Doctors 6-4. Braces for Callum Brown, Liam Irlam and a John Timms win and the doubles.

A good John Wiggs maximum and Roger Chilvers win replied.

Paul’s Driving School beat Ringstead 10-0. Maximums for Mark Pearman, Rob Rix, Steve Hunt. Rob/Steve winning the doubles.

In the Premier Division, Heacham beat Walton B 6-4.

A James Patterson maximum, an Ian Castle brace and the doubles.

A Mike Crowson brace and wins for Peter Munch and Grant Brightey replied.

Ziggy’s beat Nets and Edges 9-1.

Maximums for Gary Hewitt and John Blyth, an Alan Nicholls brace and the doubles. An Alan Jones win replied

Pegg Scaffolding and St. James drew 5-5.

A Wayne Mason maximum, Martin Skipper win and the doubles.

Braces for Owen Turner and Chris Gay and a Chad Bassett win.

Two-man Avengers beat two man Walton A 5-4.

A Richard Mussett brace and the doubles with Andy Hunter. Wins for Graham Sheppard and Mark Littlechild replied.

 
 
 

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