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Week 8

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Sat, 11/11/2017 - 12:37 -- Dave Brown
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Frimley C, in the Second Division, recorded their first victory of the season when they overcame Cody B 7-3. Vasco Correia led the way with a full house for Frimley with support from Hilary Greig who won twice. Old Woking trounced Braybrooke A 9-1 with Gordon Aplin and Steve Cheek both unbeaten and Frank Roberts winning a couple. Braybrooke bounced back to defeat a two-man Ash C outfit 6-4. Both Frank Winnard and Nigel Tustin won twice each for Ash. Frimley B beat a two-man Cody A outfit 7-3 taking Cody’s unbeaten record. Keith Russell secured all the Cody points.

Ash F, in the Fourth Division, broke their duck when they eased past Cody F 6-4. Graham Thomas secured a maximum for Ash with Roger Fletcher supporting with a duo. Vic King won twice for Cody. Braybrooke B beat Frimley E 7-3 with Gabriel Ailioae undefeated for Braybrooke with team-mate Tony McDowell bagging a brace as did Frimley’s Charles Rhodes. Frimley F overcame Tennis H 7-3 with Ted Cornell picking up another maximum for Frimley and Gary Smith winning twice in support. Michael Wolfe recorded a duo for Tennis. Crawley Ridge C re-asserted their dominance at the top of the table with a critical, 8-2, victory over promotion rivals Cody E. Yuriy Schulzhenko led the way with a maximum supported by Richard Hornby and Mark Stephenson with pairs. Fleet C shared the points with Ash G with Ash’s Bob Murrell marking his seasonal debut with a full house. In the process he inflicted the first defeat of the season on Fleet’s Alan Yeung who won his other two games.

After a very difficult start to the season Bentley A, in the First Division, completed an emphatic 9-1 victory over Tennis C. Both Trevor Spraggs and Crispian Knight notched up maximums whilst Micky Lang bagged a brace. Tennis A beat Ash B 7-3 with a maximum from Paul Myers. Eliot Tilley won a couple in support which was matched by Ash’s Paul Rumble. Frimley A inflicted the first defeat of the season on a two-man Central B outfit 6-4. No player was undefeated with central’s Andy Appleby winning twice.