No stopping North Norfolk as another run ends

Runaway leaders North Norfolk picked up their third maximum of the season with an emphatic 16-2 victory over the previously unbeaten Bannatyne's II in Division One of the Anaco Norfolk Summer Squash Leagues.

Tim Perry and Kevin Blake both won their matches in straight games, while there were 3-1 victories for Devendra Mahatme and Martin Guppy, who beat Jake Bond 9-7 9-7 2-9 9-3 in the first string match.

The only other unbeaten team in the division are Barnham Broom II who won 13-5 at Cromer.

The home team's captain Henri Paul did win his match in straight games, but 3-0 wins for Adam Goodson and Adie Martin over Ben Herrieven and Alex Foster respectively put the visitors firmly in control and they wrapped up their victory when Luke Plumridge beat Richard Keeble 9-7 7-9 9-2 4-9 9-0 in the first string match.

Fakenham are the only unbeaten team in Division Two after their 16-0 maximum against East Anglia II, but Cromer II are in second place after picking up their third maximum of the season, beating league newcomers Oasis III 16-1.

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Veteran John Chandler won his fourth string match 3-1 while Martin Sanville, John Baker and Matt Copeman all won in straight games.

Potters II were the third team in the division to take a 16-point maximum but their 16-5 victory over the previously unbeaten Barnham Broom III was closer than the score suggests.

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Richard Soanes just did enough to beat Jon Getley in the fourth string match, eventually winning 2-9 9-7 2-9 9-7 9-7, while Darren Green was also taken to five games by Steve Cooper before coming out on top 9-4 3-9 9-4 4-9 9-5.

Graham Fackman beat Stuart Bowes 3-1 in the third string match while Paul Field won the first string match against Wesley Hicks 9-5 9-5 9-7.

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