One Hit Wonders on target to win title

One Hit Wonders defeat Bullets 7-3 to remain on target to finish as league champions.

Table Tennis
Table Tennis

Thirteen year old Kate Cheer finally lost her 100% record, leaving her team mate Marc Burman as the only unbeaten player in the premier.

Kate went down to Bullets captain Tomas Pomej.

Results for Wonders. Three for Marc Burman, two for Kate and one for Bertrand Siu with Marc and Bertrand winning the doubles over Bullets, Tomas Pomej and David Champneys.

For Bullets two for Tomas Pomej and one for David Champneys.

Dynamos Dennis Hayden (3) Matt Caddy (3) plus the doubles for Dennis and Matt saw a 7-3 score line against Bats team of Bob Hoare, Samantha Monk and George Mariner who each won one.

A team effort saw Thunderbolts defeating Burgess Tigers 6-4. with a treble for Andrew Sharland, and one apiece for Eric Smith and David Metcalfe with the doubles going to Andrew and Eric.

For Tigers two each for Mike Day and Angus Ogg.

An unusual result between Cuckfield and Hand Em High was owing to the fact that each side could only field two players.

Cuckfield Bev Godfrey and Paul Read each won one while for Hang Em High Michael Bridger won two. With the match result hinging on the doubles Paul Read and Bev Godfrey were the winners over Michael Bridger and Toby Champneys and also match winner’s three games to two.

Division One

No stopping leaders The X Men who defeated New Lads 10-0 but a disastrous evening for second placed Bashers who lost 10-0 nil to Wanderers who move into second place and as forth placed Magiks also won with maximum points Bashers drop to forth.

X Men Tim Grant, John Bridger and Jake Allonby won all the games against New Lads Luke Allum, Peter Booth and Noah Loncar.

Wanderers Phil Harvey, Ray Parker and Marcin Andrzejewski also won all their games against Bashers Annabel and Kate Bridger and Brian Taite with the Bridger sisters just losing the doubles 8-11 in the fifth against Phil Harvey and Ray Parker.

Close matches with a deceiving score line saw Magiks defeat Paddlers 8-2.

A treble for Mel Sims and two each for Alistair Blue and Tony Pells with the doubles going to Mel and Alistair.

For Paddlers two wins for Nooch Staplehurst.

A good 7-3 win for Spin Masters over Parents Unite saw trebles for both Thirteen year old Charlie Hough and Chris Slade with Tom Smith winning one.

For Parents Unite one each for Carol Hough and Peter Dunsby with the doubles going to Parents Unite 13-11 in the fifth.

A very close five all draw was the result between The Wild Bunch and Gangsters.

Star for the Wild Bunch was Luke Gallagher with a treble with Tom and Luca Christophersen winning one each.

For Gangsters two apiece for Vincent L’Estrange and Nilo Danugo.

The doubles with a win or a draw at stake saw Nilo and Vincent defeating Luke and Luca 12-10 in the fifth to deny The Wild Bunch a win.