As best Bs in in­ter-club clash

Bath Chronicle - - SPORT -

The Bath Ta­ble Ten­nis League di­vi­sions are start­ing to take shape af­ter six weeks of ac­tion. In the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion, in an in­ter-club game, Old­field A de­feated their B team 26-18. Dean Has­kett was the star with Jamie Phillips also gain­ing a max­i­mum to keep the A team top. Chip­pen­ham A and Old­field C are close be­hind with over 100 points each. Bath­ford A edged past Chip­pen­ham C 20-17 with Al­bert Bol­huis in charge. Scott Cooper-in­spired Chip­pen­ham B recorded a 25-12 away win against tenth-placed Yat­ton Keynell A, which lifts them above their C team into sev­enth; be­low them are the two Bath In­vaders teams. Rad­stock are top of Di­vi­sion 1 af­ter a con­vinc­ing 27-14 away win against Yat­ton Keynell B. Bit­ton are hot on their heels in sec­ond with a 25-11 home win against tenth placed Bear Flat A; Alan Papier was man of the match for the home team. Chip­pen­ham D and Key Cen­tre A are in the chas­ing pack for the top two places. It was the fourth-placed vis­i­tors Keys who came through 25-14 thanks to Brett Pol­lard. Break­ing the 100-point bar­rier was Rad­stock B with a 23-18 vic­tory over Ensleigh A, though it was teen Ol­lie New­ton starred for Ensleigh with a nine-point max­i­mum. Bot­tom side Bath­ford C recorded an ex­cel­lent away win against Old­field D. Colin Thomas was ably sup­ported by Rus­sell Cole and Ri­card Wick­ham as the Bath­ford team won 24-15. Bath­eas­ton A are mount an early ti­tle charge in Di­vi­sion 2, de­feat­ing tenth placed Ensleigh B 30-6; Nigel Ped­ley lead­ing the way, while Rad­stock C claimed a key vic­tory over sec­ond-placed Key Cen­tre B 26-14. Bath­ford B are gain­ing ground on the top six with vic­tory over fourth­placed Old­field E in a closely fought 24-21 win. Young Greg Row­land bagged him­self man of the match, sup­ported by Glen Avery and teenager Evan Hold­ing. Bear Flat B hold fifth af­ter a 22-15 win over Bath­eas­ton B, for whom Phillip Gen­tle starred with nine points. Rel­e­gated May­field regis­tered an away win against Bear Flat C to keep hold of sixth. They were made to work hard for their 22-18 win and were helped by Nigel Wool­ley’s max­i­mum. Chip­pen­ham E’s 21-17 home win en­sured Yat­ton Keynell D would stay bot­tom for an­other week. The home side had Garry Young to thank with a max­i­mum.

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