Diss ensure they keep up bright start in squash Summer League
Diss have made a storming start to their first season in the Premier Division of the Anaco sponsored Norfolk SRA Summer Leagues picking up their second successive maximum with a 16-0 victory over visiting Bannatyne's.
It has not been the best of starts for Bannatyne's who in the first week of the season lost 13-6 at home to North Walsham despite Dom Williams beating Roger Hannant in straight games. This week Walsham were not able to build on this as they lost 13-6 at home to Broadland as Ian Cox beat Bolt 3-1 while Rob Hambrook beat Smith 3-2.
Barnham Broom recovered from their first week's defeat to beat a three man Oasis team 16-2 with Ian Thompson and Peter Hubbard both winning in straight games and Simon Howling beating Mark Thomas 3-2.
In Division One straight game victories for Peter Hubbard and Adam Goodson and a 3-2 win for Adie Martin over Henri Paul helped Barnham Broom II beat Cromer 14-5. North Norfolk just edged victory against Broadland II, winning 11-6.
The Bob Carter Centre were too strong for North Walsham II winning 13-4 and North Walsham III were also out of luck in Division Two going down 15-3 at home to Cromer II.
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Potters were never in trouble against Oasis II as they cruised to a 16-0 maximum.
Straight game victories for Tom Bobbins and Tom Hunt and a 3-1 win for Fergus Clarke helped Diss II to a 14-4 win over Broadland III.
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Finally Broadland Hunter beat Fakenham II 13-6 with Alan Markwell winning 3-1 and Chris Ashman winning in straight games.