Haddenham top tabble tennis

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Haddenham A were granted a walkover this week, by Tring B which merely strengthened their grip on this year’s title. Bierton lie in second place 13 points behind following their prestigious defeat of Sports A, 6-4.

Haddenham A were granted a walkover this week, by Tring B which merely strengthened their grip on this year’s title. Bierton lie in second place 13 points behind following their prestigious defeat of Sports A, 6-4.

Allan Cherry was undefeated for Bierton with Chris Haines winning twice for Sports.

Haddenham B are strong in their support of the A Team taking a 7-3 win against Sports B with only two players.

Top player, Tony Gorman and rising star, Jon Abungan, both claimed three wins and took a competitive doubles 3-2 against Tim Cheek and Pete Tillotson.

Two-man Bellingdon beat two man Tring A 7-2 with wins for Stuart Brown and Laurence Chamberlain.

Division One top player, Jeff Amor played up for the Ridgeway Premier Team against Quainton A to help out Dawn Pearce and Kevin Doyle. James McCafferty, Dave Ralls and Ben Davies were a tougher opposition, however, with Quainton taking an 8-2 win.

Sports C continue to lead Division One following a 6-4 win at Haddenham C. While Cynthia Kunschke had a sparkling maximum for Haddenham, Nick Gourley, Malcolm Burr and Nobby Tennison steered their team to victory.

Second placed Sports D were made to work hard for their draw against bottom team, Tring C.

Iain Willcocks came back to form with a timely maximum for Sports but Roger Shelton prevented Paul O’Connell from also winning all three.

Sports D trail their C team by only two points. Quainton B one point behind in third place gained precious ground winning at Ridgeway B, 7-3.

Jim Styles and Paul Reynolds recorded maximums with Neil Mack taking an important point against an equally strong opposition in Brian Redrup, Graham Gittins and Eric Dutton.

Tring D celebrated a win against Bierton B with Rose Luscombe winning twice in support of her unbeaten Dad, Mark.

Bill Chapman took the other point for Tring. The Dark Horse for the Division One title, Haddenham D, managed a 7-3 win at Sports E with Mark Penn unbeaten.

Haddenham D are 21 points behind the leaders but with two matches in hand.