Perfection from Ceyms C as they prepare for life in a new league

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- Credit: Steve Parkin

Ceyms C have finished their season in the Norwich and District League Premier B with a perfect record.

An emphatic 10-0 win over Gothic C meant Ceyms finish the season with 22 wins from 22 games.

Wensum D consolidated second spot with a 7-3 win over UEA B, thanks to skipper Steven Stolworthy providing a maximum, including a 12-10 finish in the final leg and the victory over UEA's Tom Lo.

Dynamic Rams took all four points after beating Harriers C 8-2, thanks to a Dave Charles maximum. Phil Waity took a couple of wins for Harriers.

In Division One, Foxwood G have earned a place in Premier B next season, whilst Electricity and Gothic D are relegated.


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NCC A faced the bottom team, Gothic D, in their final game of the season and won 7-3. For NCC, the in-form Paul Price got another maximum and Peter Betts weighed in with two wins and Yvonne one, losing the other two narrowly, both in five sets. Steve Andrews played very well for Gothic, battling hard to win two. NCC A now have to await their fate as other teams play their games in hand.

SFC B lost 6-4 to SFC A in a competitive derby at St Faiths Centre. The A team thought there was trouble ahead as they went two down. Andy Cullum was on hand to stop the rot and eventually took all his singles to stamp out the B side threat, ably assisted by Paul Arthurs clinching victory against B team's Andy Beane and the three points to arrest the B team's challenge in the table.

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Wensum F took all four points against Foxwood H, finishing 8-2 winners. Wensum just edged the doubles in the fifth set for that extra point.

In Division Three, Taverham D have now sealed the second spot and will join Ex-Choristers in Division Two again. Tankards will finish in third place.

Taverham E drew 5-5 with Dynamic Rams B. The home team raced to a 3-0 lead, but the visitors fought doggedly and won the last two singles to earn a well-deserved draw.

Special mention to John Williams (Taverham) and Richard Rump (Rams) for a corker of an opening game and to Georgina Sunter (Taverham) who scored a maximum, which included a fine victory over Jack Gurton (Rams).

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