Avery shows why he’s ranked King’s Lynn League Premier number one player

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Ben Avery showed why he is currently number one player in the IBA Ltd King’s Lynn Premier with a fine maximum for Topspynn in their 8-2 win against Pegg Scaffolding.

Karl Brown and Richard Johnson added two wins each and only Wayne Mason responded for Peggs with KLTTA week 19 wins against Brown and Johnson.

Ziggys fielded a strong trio and not surprisingly won 10-0 against Hawks. Wizards could only field two players against a strong Heacham team and lost 6-4.

James Patterson was unbeaten for Heacham and Mollie Patterson had a good win against Brett Heppenstall. Alan Ashberry had wins against Mollie and Aaron Howell.

Heacham also beat two-man Wisbech 8-2 with James Patterson recording his second maximum of the week. Jerry Irving responded for Wisbech with wins against Howell and Vaughan Parker.

Wisbech also lost 9-1 to Avengers who had Don Dixon and Jim Defty in maximum mood. Only David Whitby could respond for Wisbech with a fine win against Defty.

St James beat Wasps 8-2 with Owen Turner and Howard Lupton unbeaten and Mark Pearman adding a win against in form Steve Goodale. Steve Mason and Mike Crowson both had wins against Pearman.

Runcton Holme made a surge this week in Division One with Nick Osborne, John Mingay and Melvyn Jupp beating Spin Doctors 10-0.

Top side Ambit Projects had a bit of a hiccup against Blades with Danny Vertigan picking up wins against Rob Rix and Chris Ely. David Whitby continued his find form to lead Ambit to an 8-2 win.

Wasps ‘2’ beat Pauls Driving School 6-4 to tie with them in second place.

Phil Brown was unbeaten for Pauls and Steve Hunt added a win against Terry Rudd. Igors Scekalevs and David Patrick scored two points each and joined up for the doubles to help Wasps to the win.

The mid-table battle saw Greenfingers beat Swaffham Terriers 8-2. Mike Cooper was top man and had good support from Stuart Frost and Graham Keeley. Peter Fysh and Peter Nunn battled for the Terriers with a win each.