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WOMENS SENIOR BRITISH LEAGUE (1ST WEEKEND)
Lois Peake and Letitia McMullan were both involved in the first session of the Womens British League held over the weekend of 27th/28th September at Tipton Sports Academy.

Lois was playing at number one for Fusion Wags in Division 1 and after the first round of matches they are leading the division having remained undefeated. If they can continue this good form into the second session they have a good chance of promotion to the Premier division. Individually Lois won 9/10 of her matches.


Letitia is representing Pink Pong South West in Division 2 also playing at number one and in a very close series of matches they are currently lying in second place behind Draycott East Midlands 2. With both teams having the same points and sets for and against, they are only separated by games difference. Letitia also had a good weekend winning 8/10 matches. So it is all to play for in the second session which takes place on 7th/8th February in Doncaster.


SAINBURY’S SCHOOL GAMES
Table Tennis was one of 12 sports that made up the Sainsbury’s school games held on 5th – 7th September in Manchester. Both Letitia McMullan and Lois Peake took part in both team and individual competitions at the Manchester Regional Tennis Centre. Various areas of England were represented along with teams from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

In the team event England (South East) and England (South West) both won their respective groups with South East overcoming Wales 4-0 in the semi-final while South West defeated Northern Ireland by the same scoreline. Lois was in a strong South East team which included number one junior Tin-Tin Ho while Letitia played for South West who had number two junior Maria Tsaptsinos in their side.

The final saw a win for England (South East) by 4 games to 2 despite a good win for Letitia over Yuki Wat . So a gold medal for Lois and silver for Letitia in the team event.
In the individual event Lois had a comfortable passage from her group winning all her games 3-0.

Letitia got off to a good start in her group with a three set win over Holly Williams before losing a close four set match to Olivia Churchill. This meant that she needed to win her last match against Rebecca Plaistow (Scotland) three straight to get through the group stages. Having won the first two games it looked a possibility but Rebecca managed to win the next three games to scupper Letitia’s chances of progressing to the knockout rounds.


Lois progressed to the quarter-final where she had a close five set win over Elizabeth Roberts (Wales) 11-6, 9-11, 12-10, 5-11, 11-9 to set up a semi-final clash with Maria Tsaptsinos. The first game proved crucial with Maria just edging it before going on to win 14-12, 11-6, 11-8.


A bronze medal for Lois to go with her gold in the team event. The final was won by Tin-Tin Ho who beat Maria 11-13, 11-9, 11-3, 11-5.


SENIOR BRITISH LEAGUE (Division 3 South)


The first of four sessions took place over the weekend of 20th -21st September at Fareham Acadamy comprising of two matches on each day. Generation 2 played Horsham Blades 1 and York Gardens 4 on Saturday with mixed results.

After a 1-7 loss against Horsham Blades with Vincent Cheung saving the whitewash, the afternoon match resulted in a 5-3 win over York Gardens with all players contributing to the win. After being down 2-3 Letitia McMullan, Vincent Cheung and Yaj Vashee all won their respective games to secure the victory. Vincent won both his games and was deservedly made man of the match.


Sunday started off with a hard fought 4-4 draw with Fusion 3, Ed Slot and Letitia McMullan winning both their matches to secure the point. The final match against Foresters 1 resulted in a 6-2 win with Ed and Ross Saxby both picking up two wins and Letitia and Vincent one each.


It was good to see the youngsters contributing to the success of the team and after the first session the table is as follows:-

    P W D L F A Pts
1 Horsham Blades I 4 4 0 0 27 5 8
2 Portsmouth 4 3 1 0 27 5 7
3 Horsham Spinners 4 3 1 0 23 9 7
4 Generation 2 4 2 1 1 16 16 5
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Fusion III

4 1 1 2 12 20 3
6 Cippenham II 4 1 0 3 7 25 2
7 York Gardens IV 4 0 0 4 10 22 0
8 Foresters I 4 0 0 4 6 26 0

 

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