Lauren Spink remains unbeaten in Grant Matthewson Norwich and District Table Tennis League

In the Grant Matthewson Norwich and District League, Wensum A moved eight points clear at the top of Premier A with three maximum points wins.

Lauren Spink still remains unbeaten in the league this season for Wensum A after 15 games played, a magnificent achievement. Briston A have slipped into the relegation zone after suffering an 8-2 defeat to Wensum E. Frank Hayward took all his singles for Wensum E including an impressive 12-10 fifth set victory over Briston No 1 Wayne Mason.

Premier B leaders Electricity were given a fright by mid-table Taverham B when trailing 3-5. They won the final two games to salvage a hard-earned draw. UEA B look to be their nearest title challengers, with games in hand, won a close match 6-4 against Hellesdon that included an excellent performance from Lewis Ewers whose easily won maximum was the difference between the two sides.

In Division 1, in a close-fought match Wensum H came out 6-4 winners over Drifters, with Wensum's Holly Stubbings catching the eye with a maximum against some very experienced opponents.

In Division Two Telephones D, away to Taverham D, were 5-1 up and seemingly cruising to a four point win, but after the tea break rejuvenation Taverham dug in and fought-back for a share of the points. Rosebery Road MYC had a similar occurrence against Gothic 'D' where wins for Bob Stevenson, Mike Gill and Mick Andrews earned a hard fought draw. Wensum 'J' stalled the Ex Choristers revival beating them 7-3 with maximums from Tony Park and Paul Brown. Remploy 'A' gained a vital win against Dynamic Rams 6-4 taking the last 3 singles to win the 3 points.


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In Division Four Tankards proved far too strong for the Wensum L team winning convincingly 9-1.

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