Big win­ning mar­gins recorded in round two

Wangaratta Chronicle - - Sport - TA­BLE TEN­NIS

ROUND two of the Wan­garatta Ta­ble Ten­nis As­so­ci­a­tion’s short spring com­pe­ti­tion was played on Novem­ber 8 and some big win­ning mar­gins were recorded.

In A grade, Nathan Vin­cent Fenc­ing thrashed a lack­lus­tre Som­er­set Comms, 8-3. Kim Brown fi­nally re­turned to form to take three sin­gles rub­bers, as did Nathan Vin­cent, while Klaus Kazen­wad­del chipped in with one. For the losers, Rob Voss and Lau­rie Burt could only man­age one sin­gles win apiece.

The other A grade match saw Con­sta­ble Con­nor run out easy 7-4 vic­tors over Brown­les Builders. Dou­bles were shared and de­spite John Wright tak­ing three sin­gles rub­bers, Corey Dagoli, Andrew Lind­ner and Greg Bar­row steered Con­sta­ble Con­nor home with two sin­gles wins each.

In B grade, a short­ened match saw West End Lotto cruise home 4-1 win­ners over Blue Raven. Gus McKen­zie eas­ily took both of his sin­gles rub­bers, Bore Chen added one sin­gles win and a dou­bles win stole the cake. For Blue Raven, Doug Man­nion was the sole sin­gles win­ner.

Bo­ralma Berk­shires thumped Kate’s Cot­tage 8-3 in the other B grade match. Jeff Austin was the stand­out with three sin­gles wins, and Luke Kelly and De­clan Gid­dings added a valu­able two sin­gles wins each. For the losers, Dun­can Bell and Dave Wohlers limped in with one sin­gles rub­ber each.

In C grade, Con­sta­ble Con­nor took their match against North East Chi­ro­prac­tic Cen­tre 3-2, thanks to a nar­row dou­bles vic­tory. Nathan Bell and Austin Lind­ner shared the sin­gles wins with one apiece, while Mick Fawkner fought hard for two sin­gles rub­bers but lacked sup­port in the vi­tal dou­bles match.

North East Agri­cul­ture and In­dus­trial had a very close tus­sle with Wang Homemak­ers, go­ing down 2-3 thanks once again to a nar­row dou­bles loss.

Matt Cur­ran and Mal Vick­ery each had a sin­gles win but were out­classed by Jor­dan Roberts who took two sin­gles rub­bers for the win­ners.

The re­main­ing C grade match re­sulted in an easy 4-1 win to Som­er­set Comms over Morris Bros, with Jane O’Byrne con­tin­u­ing her good form tak­ing two sin­gles rub­bers and the im­prov­ing Barb Binks adding an­other. Julie Lind­ner was the sole scorer for the los­ing side.

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