Heacham hold high flyers Topspynn to draw

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Joint leaders of the IBA Premier Division are Avengers and Topspynn with last year’s champions, Ziggys, finding themselves propping up the league.

A Heacham side without James Patterson were good enough to hold high flyers, Topspynn to a draw this week.

Mark Dare, Mollie Patterson and Jordy Gabriel combined to hold the still unbeaten Ben Avery and two point man Richard Johnson. Surprise of the night was Karl Brown failing to score.

Pegg Scaffolding had Wayne Mason in unbeatable form and a point each for Johnny Reavell and Martin Skipper was enough to hold St. James to a draw.

Owen Turner and Serafim Melo added two wins each for St. James and Mark Pearman joined in to take the doubles.

Another close match saw Avengers pip Wasps 6-4 with Don Dixon and Richard Mussett scoring two wins each and joining up to take the doubles. Jim Defty joined the party with one win.

Steve Mason led the Wasps with two fine wins and Liam Irlam and Steve Goodale added a win apiece.

Wisbech’s Jerry Irving, Mark Littlechild and Tim Hines had two wins each against Wisbech Hawks to record a 6-4 win.

Craig Pack was in fine form scoring a well earned maximum and combining with Graham Shepperd to add the doubles.

Nick Pack showed some fine shots and is starting to feel his feet at this level.

Paul’s Driving School head Division One after a convincing 9-1 win against Swaffham Terriers.

Phil Brown and Paul Barrett remain unbeaten and Ashley Starling was only beaten by Peter Fysh. Peter Nunn and Lewis Watson battled hard without reward.

Early pacesetters Wasps 2 were brought back down to earth by Ambit Projects who had Rob Rix, Graham Rogerson and Jeff Chung in great form.

The Wasps team of David Hughes, Terry Rudd and David Patrick had some close games but failed to score.

Greenfingers recorded a shock 6-4 win against a two-man Runcton Holme side.

Graham Keeley scored a fine maximum and Mike Cooper had an excellent win against Nick Osborne.

Melvyn Jupp was top man for Runcton with wins against Cooper and Ray Drew.

A Mick Ruffles maximum for Heacham A plus two wins each for Melissa McDonald and David Woolley gave them a 7-3 win against Spin Doctors.

Gary Wiggs, Peter McDonagh and John Wiggs fought hard for their points.

New team Blades, who were created from the junior Friday night coaching scheme, recorded their first win of the season with a 9-1 result against Runcton Holme B.

Alex Bragg and Adam Sharif scored maximums and Max Smith was only beaten by Runcton’s Bryan Parsons.