Draws Galore For New Milton Players (Week 14 Results)

The New Milton Table Tennis Club’s teams drew five out of their eight matches in the Bournemouth and District league and won the other three, this being the first time this season that they haven’t lost any of their matches.

The F team tied with the G team in their Div 3 local derby, having lost to them in the first round. The G’s cause wasn’t helped by them turning up a player short.

Strangely enough, the other three draws all came in matches against Lynwood teams. The A team did particularly well to hold Lynwood A to a draw in the Premier as they had to call up two players from Div 1 mainly due to holiday absences. Alan Gordon and 12 year old Matthew Daish gave good accounts of themselves by winning one each, and dependable regular Phil Handy notched up yet another Premier hat-trick.

phil handy

Phil Handy remains unbeaten in the Premier league this year. Full results are below:-

Lynwood A 5,  New Milton A 5
(Alan Gordon 1, Matthew Daish 1, Phil Handy 3)

New Milton B 5, Lynwood B 5
(Shaun Newcomb 1, Matthew Daish 2, Zoltan Karip-Barath 2)

Winton YMCA B 4, New Milton C 6
(Martin Jerome 2, Max De Kment 2, James Lewis 2)

New Milton D 5, Lynwood C 5
(Terry Jenvey 1, Roy Hobbs 1, Chris Pusey 2)

New Milton E 7, Bmth Sports M 3
(Simon Golding 2, Max Doohan 2, Dave Sutton 2)

New Milton F 5, New Milton G 5
(F Team: Lewis Reading 1, Ian Linney 1, Malcolm Nash 0)
(G Team: Bobo Jiang 3, Andrew Daish 1)
NB: The G team turned up a player short.

Winton YMCA F 1, New Milton J 9
(Keith Kensley 1, Malcolm Douglas 2, Mike Roberts 2)
NB: Winton YMCA turned up a player short.

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 07/02/2013, in 1. News, 2. League Reports. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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