In the first of the New Milton Table Tennis Club’s local derbies, the G team edged it over their F team 6-4 in Div 3, thanks to yet another fine hat-trick from the unbeaten Frank Handy. The club’s best result of the week came in Div 5 as the J team demolished league newcomers Winton YMCA F by 10-0. Also worthy of a mention is the club’s only wheelchair player Shaun Newcomb who played up in the Premier from Div 1 and won two matches, including a win over ex club mate Geoff Ware. The full results are below:-


New Milton A 8 Lynwood A 2

(Steve Hemmings 2) (David Crossley 1)

(Shaun Newcomb 2) (Geoff Ware 1)

(Brian Bickell 3) (Ian Brown 0)


Lynwood B 7 New Milton B 3

(Alan Smith 2) (Shaun Newcomb 1)

(Colin Milton 2) (Julie Smillie 1)

(Christian Carman 3) (Malcolm Floyd 0)

New Milton C 3 Winton YMCA B 7

(Alan Gordon 0) (Sean McLean 2)

(Max De Kment 1) (Richard Davies 2)

(James Lewis 1) (Darren Bellis 3)


Lynwood C 5 New Milton D 5

(Robin Bradley 0) (Robert Fagan 1)

(Philip Hadley 3) (Roy Hobbs 1)

(Peter Collins 2) (Chris Pusey 2)


Bmth Sports M 6 New Milton E 4

(John Crockett 2) (Simon Golding 2)

(Jo Kuzu 1) (Bill Page 0)

(Kelly Hooper 2) (Clive Pitts 2)

New Milton G 6 New Milton F 4

(Andrew Daish 1) (Ian Linney 2)

(Frank Handy 3) (Sylvia Smith 2)

(Peter Daish 1) (Lewis Reading 0)


New Milton J 10 Winton YMCA F 0

(Keith Kensley 3) (Simon Bowden 0)

(Geoffrey Biggs 3) (Nathan Allanson 0)

(Sam Watkins 3) (Herbert Bowden 0)


About Malcolm Floyd FCMA, CGMA

Retired Accountant. Ardent Saints fan! New Milton TTC Treasurer and Press Secretary. Winner of the ETTA Press Officer of the Year 2009. BDTTA Results Secretary.

Posted on 09/10/2012, in 1. News, 2. League Reports. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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