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Week 28

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This week in the Guildford Table Tennis League the First Division hosted an almighty battle between Merrow D and E. Five all it ended with a midnight finish.. An unprecedented seven  matches went to five sets-view the full score sheet on three to deuce in the fifth .Star of the evening  was Scott Ayers who remained unbeaten for the D’S with Skipper John Grant, for once,  pointless, although He went down at deuce in the fifth in two of them. Nigel Oh and Ce Guo got two each for the E’s whose title hopes took a dent  with this result.     

The  Fourth Division saw a top four clash  between Abinger B and Bramley E. A brilliant unbeaten evening  by Jim Faulkner laid the foundation for an 8-2 win for the Abinger outfit to keep their faint title hopes alive.  David Barraclough  offered some resistance with two, although Bramley did  lose two   five setters  at deuce. Cody B went within three points of Woking B with a 9-1 win over Godalming P to, again, throw the eventual winner of the Division in the melting pot.

Second Division, and another cracking match between Aftermath C and Godalming G with plenty  of cut and thrust the order of the evening with  a draw a fair reflection of events .Dave Harden got it all together with a maximum in hard fought games. Christ King and Paul Fenton got pairs for Godalming plus  the game of the evening, the doubles, which was a classic at deuce in the fifth -Sealing a 15 match winning streak in doubles matches  for King and Fenton.

In the Junior League J2 won their first match with a 4-1 win over EVO. Joss Beedie won his first singles of the league campaign early on, setting the scene for the eventual result. Spin Wizards are all but guaranteed first place in the inaugural GJL League