Deighton teams set sights on climbing
and the match.
Kingsmith Fountain Of Youth have been hampered by injury and illness of late and they suffered another heavy defeat to a Marsh Con C team of Ed Bowen, Bob Sanderson and Neil Dawson.
Paddock consolidated their second placed position with an excellent win over Kingsmith PW.
In the remaining match in this division, Kingsmith Engineering D trio John Langfield, Mike Jagger and Chris Williams each won two sets in beating Woodfield Park B for whom Derek Moorhouse could not be beaten on the night.
In Division Three, Marsh Con D made it six wins in a row thanks to maximums from Alan West and Glyn Normanton in their win at Deighton Leisure Centre G.
Scissett WMC B just shaded the match 6-4 against New North Road Baptist Church B where Daniel Hamer making a season debut for the Church side won all his sets.
The Scissett team were on the wrong end of the same score line as an injury to Doug Holt in the second of his three sets did not prevent his U3A A team from gaining a result.
Other matches in this division went in favour of Deighton Leisure Centre F over U3A B and Elland achieved their first positive result of the season as they shared the points with Kingsmith Engineering E.
In Division One Wilshaw B easily accounted for Marsh Con B before their impressive recent run of form came to an end at the hands of the Marsh Con A team in a rearranged match from week two.
Tony Stead (1), David Wood (2), Ian Tweedale (3) and a Stead and Tweedale doubles were the scorers for Marsh A in a 7-3 win.
The scheduled round of matches also saw Marsh Con A claim the points as wins for Tweedale (3) and Wood (2) helped them overcome Scissett WMC A.
For the second week running, Wilshaw A were hampered with an injury to Neil Crosland in his first match against Greetland’s Chris Lowson.
Although he gamely carried on without success, this didn’t prevent Wilshaw A coming away with a 7-3 win.
Deighton Leisure Centre A and B teams both registered victories against Woodfield Park A and Kingsmith Engineering B respectively.
The Deighton A team just edged the sets by a 6-4 score line although the game scores of 23-12 in their favour suggest a more convincing win.
Deighton B did have a comfortable win, beating the Kingsmith B team 9-1.
Deighton Leisure Centre Table Tennis Club will be doing their bit for Children In Need by donating all the receipts from their Friday and Saturday coaching and practice sessions this week in support of the charity.