Table Tennis by Paul Myers Fleet CC A have gone to the top of Division Two after beating lowly Ash E 6-4. Lawrence Dack was the man of the match winning all three and in the process helped his team remain unbeaten so far this season. The only other team without a loss are Tennis B who whitewashed bottom team Ash F, with Jack Davies, Peter Killick and Stuart Middlemiss all in superb form. Both these teams play against each other next week so watch this space to see the outcome of the clash. Ash D have stormed up the division into second place by virtue of having played more games than the chasing pack. They beat Tennis D and Ash E 8-2 and 9-1 respectively with Nigel Tustin unbeaten in both and trebles from Les Knight and Frank Winnard. Cody B moved up the table into mid-division beating Tennis C 7-3 with Kin Chan in hat-trick form. Cody D are still top of the pile in Division Four after beating Kingfisher C 8-2. The two stars in this match were George Brown and Phil Russell both unbeaten on the evening and it is really great to see them playing such a good standard of Table Tennis despite their advancing years. I’m sure that many readers of this column would like to know the secrets of their success!! Well done George and Phil. Tennis H stay in second place after a 10-0 trouncing of bottom team Frimley E. John Page, Paul Stearnes and Paul Jarvis were all in treble form. Fleet CC B moved into third place with a 6-4 win against Frimley D in which Mark Holbrook was unbeaten. In fourth and snapping at the heals of the leaders are Ash K who beat Cody E 6-4 with Dave Phillips grabbing his usual three wins on the evening. In Division Three Tennis F remain unbeaten and even at this early stage of the season look the likely Champions. Ron Wale and Ian Brown both grabbed hat-tricks in an 8-2 win over Bourne B and in the process recorded their team's fifth successive victory. Frimley B in second beat lowly Ash H 6-4 in which Anthony Connelly was in treble form. Kingfisher A and Broadmoor moved up the division into third and fourth respectively. Kingfisher A just edged out Ash G 6-4 in which Graham Marshall was the star man with a maximum meanwhile Mark Armstrong won all three for Broadmoor in a hard fought draw against Tennis G. At the other end of the table Kingfisher B beat Cody C 6-4 thanks to a Geoff Green hat-trick. Finally in Division One, Ash A have moved up the table with a couple of solid results. The first of them was a 5-5 battle against club-mates Ash B in which Ross Saxby stole the show with a maximum. In the other match they beat Frimley A 7-3 who themselves had a good result against Ash C in which Tim Nygou was grabbing his first treble in the top division. In fifth place are Shackleford who beat struggling Bentley A 6-4 with Jack Harrington and Dennis Perrett both unbeaten.