Phoenix edged at Kingsway


KINGSWAY Phoenix ‘B’ played Tot­ting­ton at Kingsway Park High School. Although the score ended up at six games for Kingsway Phoenix and 12 games for Tot­ting­ton, there were a lot of very close games that Kingsway Phoenix just could not fin­ish off.

The dif­fer­ence in points of 315 to Kingsway Phoenix and 369 to Tot­ting­ton shows how close a lot of games were, but in the end the bet­ter team won.

Karl Green­haugh won all six of his games and Steve Ing­ham four for Tot­ting­ton. The best show­ing for Kingsway Phoenix was Min Liow and Philip Turner who won four each, two games of which were played to­gether.

A good night of tough bad­minton played in the spirit of the game.

A lo­cal Old­ham derby be­tween Kash­mir ‘A’ and Old­ham ‘A’ was played at The Rad­clyffe School.

Kash­mir ‘A’ won by 12 games to six but again the over­all points dif­fer­ence of Kash­mir ‘A’ 341 and Old­ham ‘A’ 310 is less than two point per game.

An evening of hard fought games led to the best team on the night win­ning. The best show­ing on the night for Kash­mir ‘A’ was Nabeel Rehman win­ning all six of his games and Im­ran Khan win­ning five (four games won to­gether as part­ners).

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