Champions show no mercy to early strugglers in Norfolk Squash League
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.
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.
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