League Report 07/04/2011

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Mebs Virani
Sat 09 Apr '11 @ 4:40pm


The season now approaches the final chapter and several issues have now been settled in the various divisions.
In Division 4 the race for the singles title has come down to two sides,Faversham C and Dizzy Heights A.Faversham are ten points behind Heights but only have one game in hand over them.with one game left to play heights need just one point to clinch the title.Faversham need nine points from their last two games to steal second. spot ahead of Chestfield Warriors 7.
Heights A are also top of the doubles league and need to win their final doubles game to be assured of the title.

Faversham B have won the 3rd division singles title with two games still to play,ahead of Chestfield Warriors 5,who are assured of second place.
Faversham need 4 points from their last two doubles game for the doubles title,again ahead of Warriors 5.
Blean D look almost certain to go down from Div 3 but who will join them is still uncertain as there are a possible 5 teams who are yet in danger

Whitstable Natives B are the singles champions of Division 2 while Blean A have taken runners up spot.
Blean finished level on points with Warriors 2 in the doubles league but lost the title on games average.
Warriors 3 seem almost certain to be relegated with Herne Bay H,while Blean Lions need just two points to be safe.

Chestfield Warriors 1 completed their 18th victory of the season to wrap the Division 1 title,with key player Dennis Cannon maintaining his 100% record and give them promotion to the Premier Division. The race to join them is still undecided and rests between second place Herne Bay C on 96 points with one game to play and third placed Herne Bay E on 94 points with two games to play and both sides have to play each other in the final game of the season.
Warriors are assured of second place in the Doubles league but should contenders Choughs B lose one of their remaining two doubles game Warriors could steal first place.
Choughs C and Blue Lawn Lilac Time finished in the bottom two and are relegated while Herne Bay D escaped the drop by virtue of beating Blue Lawn 5-4 in their final game.

The fate of the Premier Singles title is set to go to the wire. Hoath A are 8 points behind Herne Bay A and have a game in hand.If Hoath beat Heron A without dropping any points Bay and Hoath go into the final game against each other with just one outcome possible-the winner of the match takes the title.
These two heavyweights face the same prospect in the doubles league,with the winner of their doubles encounter taking the title.
Rough Common seem almost certain to be relegated from the Premier division and unless Hoath C can virtually take maximum points from their last two games they look certain to go down.

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