Ben keeps perfect King’s Lynn table tennis record

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Youngsters Topspynn lead the IBA Premier League after week four.

Ben Avery maintained his 100 per cent league record with a maximum against Wisbech Hawks in Topspynn’s 9-1 win.

Karl Brown also scored a maximum and Ross Brown was only beaten by Craig Pack in a very well matched five-ender. A Martin Allen maximum was backed up by two wins from Richard Mussett and a win from Jim Defty as second placed Avengers beat Heacham 7-3. James Patterson was the pick of the Heacham players with wins and Mollie Patterson added a win against Defty.

Despite a Wayne Mason maximum for Pegg Scaffolding it was two wins each for Steve Goodale, Steve Mason and Mike Crowson which elevated Wasps into third place.

Wisbech Wizards continue to make good progress this time with a 9-1 win against Wisbech.

Brett Heppenstall and Alan Ashberry were unbeaten and it was left to playing-up player Phil Brown to prevent the whitewash with a win against Grant Brighty.

Gary Hewitt made his season debut for Ziggys and a solid maximum plus one point each for Allan Nicholls and John Blyth was enough to win 6-4. Serafim Melo top scored with two good wins and was supported by Owen Turner and Howard Lupton with a win each.

Pauls Driving School are hanging on at the top of Division One despite only having two players against Runcton Holme.

Phil Brown and Paul Barrett maintained their 100 per cent league records against Runcton’s Melvyn Jupp and Steve Bailey.

Heacham A joined Pauls at the top of with a 10-0 win against Blades.

Leigh McDonald, Mick Ruffles and Melissa McDonald were just too strong for Alex Bragg, Max Smith and Adam Sharif.

Greenfingers and Ambit Projects fought out a thrilling 5-5 draw with Ambit’s David Whitby the pick of the bunch with three points. Jeff Chung scord Ambit’s other two points.

For Greenfingers Graham Keeley scored two and Mike Cooper and Stuart Frost added a win each.

It was left to Cooper and Keeley to take the doubles against Chung and Chris Ely.

Wasps 2 were back on the winning trail with an 8-2 win away to Spin Doctors.

David Patrick scored a great maximum and David Hughes and Terry Rudd added two wins each.

Gary and John Wiggs responded for the Doctors with a win each.

Runcton Holme B managed to field a full team with Bryan Parsons, Carol Parker and Clive Sandle but it was to no avail as Swaffham Terriers surged to a 10-0 win.

Peter Fysh, Peter Nunn and Keith Richardson did the damage for the Terriers.