Young Mollie dismantles Pegg Scaffolding players in King’s Lynn league

Mollie Patterson who beat Wayne Mason this week.'1.2016
Mollie Patterson who beat Wayne Mason this week.'1.2016
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IBA Ltd KLTTA week 18

Young Mollie Patterson put in a stellar performance for Heacham in their match against Pegg Scaffolding this week.

Not content with beating Gary Hewitt recently, the 13 year-old followed it up with another maximum this week, beating Wayne Mason, Martin Skipper and Johnny Reavell.

With James Patterson adding a win against Reavell the match ended 6-4 for Peggs.

A 10-0 win for Ziggys against Wasps took them back to the top of the Premier League with Wisbech Wizards only a point behind after beating St. James 7-3. Brett Heppenstall and Brian Hill performed the magic for Wizards with only two men against Alan Jones, Mark Pearman and Owen Turner.

Topspynn look threatening in third place with a game in hand after demolishing Wisbech 10-0. Karl Brown, Richard Johnson and Ross Brown did the business for Topspynn. Maximums from Martyn Allen, Richard Mussett and Jim Defty gave them a 10-0 win against Wisbech Hawks.

It looks like we put the mockers on Rob Rix this week as he lost his first league match of the season against Nick Osborne. With backup from David Whitby and Lewis Baldock, Ambit Projects won 6-4 against Runcton Holme who had John Mingay and Osborne with two wins apiece.

Heacham A had Leigh McDonald and David Woolley in maximum mood against a battling Swaffham Terriers. It was left to Peter Fysh to respond with Terriers’ sole point with a good win against Mick Ruffles.

Paul’s Driving School had their top two Phil Brown and Paul Barrett unbeaten against a plucky Runcton Holme B side. Clive Sandal and David Lane scored a point each against Ashley Starling with the match finishing 8-2.

Mike Cooper was top man for Greenfingers in their draw against Spin Doctors. Roger Chilvers and Peter McDonagh picked up two wins each and Les Brockhurst beat John Carney to tie the match.

Danny Vertigan put up a fight for Blades against Wasps ‘2’ beating David Hughes and Terry Rudd. It was left to Igor Scekalevs to lead Wasps to an 8-2 win with an unbeaten performance.

l The KLTTA Championships take place this weekend at Lynnsport.

Start times, Saturday: Cadets 9pm. Juniors 10pm. Division One 12.30pm. Over 50s 11pm. Over 60s 10pm. Handicap events 2pm. Sunday: Veterans 9pm. Open Singles 11pm. Ladies 1pm.

Players must be ready to start playing at these times. Barring unforeseen circumstances, play is expected to finish around 5–5.30pm on Saturday and around 7–7.30pm on Sunday.

Tables on page 108.