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Week 12

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This week in the Guildford Table Tennis League we look at the Fourth Division’s battle for supremacy, with Cody B still unbeaten and top by some margin, but their serene progress was stunted somewhat as middle of the table Woking C took four points, with Andrew Bramwell taking three. Further, out of the four five setters Cody scraped three. Another Woking side, the B, also had a good week with a 7-3 success over Godalming N cementing a solid third place in the table-Malcolm Hollett reigned supreme denying Rob Chatwell his maximum for the beaten side. Woking D didn’t fare so well losing 8-2 to an Abinger side still in the hunt for the medals-Louse Scott, who has performed magnificently this season and the wily  veteran Jim Faulkner took maximums.

The Third Division saw an amazing result between the top two. Emanuel and Godalming J,9-1 to the Church side. Keith Brown, Stephen Schofield and Shaun Robertson proved unbeatable on the night in a major upset.

In the Second Division Godalming E improved their title hopes with  a 7-3 win over Aftermath C opening up a seven point gap at the top. A feature of their  success this year is the form of Jason Minoo with a 90 percent average, he took a maximum but was taken to  five by James Sallen who for once failed to score a point. Adit Gandhi and Danny McGranaghan proved able backing for the Godalming side. Cranleigh continue to hold their own with a 6-4 victory over a good Godalming G side with pairs from Angela and Pete Coventry and Brain Amos a newcomer  who has already made his mark.

College C’s woes continue at the foot of Division One as they succumbed 10-0  to Merrow D. Meanwhile another Merrow side eased into second place by  a ten point margin, the E’s  taking Godalming D 7-3 although Charlie Cunningham managed a pair against  Merrow’s  Nigel Oh,   David Joyce and Ce Guo.