Champions show no mercy to early strugglers in Norfolk Squash League

Thursday, December 6, 2012
3:39 PM

Potters, Bannatyne’s and reigning champions East Anglia II took the honours this week in the Premier Division of the Norfolk SRA Squash League while the three teams at the bottom – Broadland, Bob Carter Centre and former champions Barnham Broom – were all well beaten.

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East Anglia II showed no mercy to bottom of the table Barnham Broom, as they eased their way to a 20-2 victory which left Barnham still looking for their first win of the season.

Bannatyne’s entertained The Bob Carter Centre and won 17-5 with Max Dawson and Kevin Harvey both winning 3-1 and Paul Gedge and Ali Dawson both winning in straight games. Potters beat Broadland 14-7 as Paul Field and Jamie Goodrich both won in straight games and Rob Hambrook beat Steve Moxey 3-1. For Broadland Paul Atterton and Mark Thomas both won their matches 3-0.

North Walsham are setting the pace in Division One and they made it four wins from five starts with an 18-7 victory over North Norfolk.

Diss have also only lost once this season and they won 16-10 away to East Anglia III. James Ramm and Jack Bell both won 3-1 and Tom Bobbins came from 0-2 down to beat Hadleigh Farrer 5-9 8-10 9-4 9-4 9-3 in the first string match.

Newly promoted Fakenham had a good 19-7 win at home to Barnham Broom II. Nick Fairbrother and Martin Jolley both won 3-1, Nick Todd-Hunter won 3-2 and at No.1 Adam Sinkins beat Stuart Sutton in straight games. Adam Goodson was his team’s only winner.