Jays Knocked Off Their Perch! (Week 10 Results)
The New Milton Table Tennis Club could only muster three wins out of nine matches in the Bournemouth and District League last week. It was bad enough for the J team when they lost 4-6 to Nimrod C in Div 5, but the K team disobligingly lost 0-10 to title contenders Winton YMCA E, who leapfrogged over the J’s by one point.
The brothers Handy both recorded excellent hat-tricks; Phil earning a point for his A team in the Premier, and Frank’s treble helping his G team to a maximum-pointer in Div 3.
For the second week in a row, “Captain Fantastic” Terry Jenvey inspired his D team to a 7-3 victory in Div 2, aided and abetted by a treble from Chris Pusey.
A special mention also for Svet Ignatov who played up a division to win two games for the E team in Div 3 and then racked up his second hat-trick in a row for his H team in Div 4. Full results are below:-
New Milton A 4 Bmth Sports E 6
(Umit Kaya 1, Phil Handy 3, Brian Bickell 0)
Bmth Sports F 6 New Milton B 4
(Shaun Newcomb 1, Matthew Daish 2, Julie Smillie 0)
New Milton C 2 Bmth Sports G 8
(Max De Kment 0, James Lewis 1, Alan Gordon 1)
Bmth Sports L 3 New Milton D 7
(Terry Jenvey 3, Roy Hobbs 0, Chris Pusey 3)
New Milton E 5 Merton F 5
(Simon Golding 2, Svet Ignatov 2, Bev Scott-Johns 0)
Merton E 2 New Milton G 8
(Frank Handy 3, Simon Daish 2, Peter Daish 2)
Ringwood C 3 New Milton H 7
(Matthew Winter 2, Svet Ignatov 3, Les Smith 1)
New Milton J 4 Nimrod C 6
(Malcolm Douglas 2, Geoff Biggs 1, Richard Ursell 0)
Winton YMCA E 10 New Milton K 0
(Sue Wootton-Freeman 0, Max Clark 0, Sibyl Bartlett 0)
Only one more week to go and that is the first half of the season over.
Posted on 06/12/2012, in 1. News, 2. League Reports. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
We were not disobliging! We did our best against a much more experienced team. Could do with encouragement, not put-downs, Malcolm.
Sibyl, Div.5 Team K
Sorry if I gave you any offence by my use of the word “disobligingly”, Sibyl – it was just meant to be a light-hearted and tongue-in-cheek reference to the fact the 4 points helped Winton YMCA E to dislodge the NMTTC J team from the top of Div 5, and I ‘m sorry that it didn’t come across in that way to you. It was certainly not meant as a “put-down”, and you will see from my past reports that I often try to encourage the K team players.
That team included a youngster playing his first match – thanks a bunch Malcolm.
Sue Wootton Freeman