League Report 06/01/2011

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Mebs Virani
Sun 09 Jan '11 @ 6:23pm

At the halfway stage of the league programme in Division 2,Whitstable Natives B head the table with 8 wins out of eight matches. Their scalps include emphatic results over the two sides below them,Chestfield Warriors 2 and Blean A. Warriors are 7 points behind Natives but played a game more,while Blean are just a point behind Warriors and have a game in hand. The only side that could challenge these 3 sides are Herne Bay G,who are 9 points behind Blean but face a daunting outstanding fixture against the leaders.
At the other end Chestfield Warriors are facing an uphill battle to break out of the relegation zone.With just one win in seven games they are lodged at the bottom,5 points adrift of Blean Lions. The latter are a point behind Herne Bay H and these 3 sides face a stiff test in the second half to ease any relegation fears.

Two sides remain unbeaten in Division 3. Leaders,Faversham B,have completed 7 victories and lead Chestfield Warriors 5 by 4 points with a game in hand.Both sides were scheduled to meet in December but bad weather forced a postponement and the eagerly awaited showdown will have to wait. Josh Algar of Warriors has continued his sensational run,unbeaten in 23 matches and looking in devastating form in this division.Chestfield Warriors 4 and Herne Bay I are both 12 points behind Warriors 5 but will have to produce something special in the next half if they are to make any impression on the top two.
Things still look bleak for Blean D as they still search for their first win of the season.With just 15 points from 7 games and 12 points behind Warriors 6 they will need a radical change in fortune if they are to avoid relegation.Both Warriors 6 and Natives C are two points behind Choughs F but both have 2 games in hand over Choughs and this could prove crucial in their bid for survival.

Chestfield Warriors 7 are the current leaders of Division 4 but by only one point from Dizzy Heights A. The duo of Connor Russell and Adam Jones have been very impressive in their debut season of league table tennis but have been overshadowed by the Heights duo of Thomas Zhu and Yu Zhu.Both are unbeaten this season and have taken their side a point ahead of Faversham C,for whom Kevin Bourner,Mark Thomas and third player,Colin Blythe are all unbeaten. Both sides have 2 games in hand over Warriors 7 and should have played each other in December but the game was postponed so the two sides will have to wait till the second half for this confrontation.
Choughs G and Warriors 9 occupy the bottom slots in this division,with the luckless Warriors still to register their first win but have the advantage of a game in hand over Choughs.

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