Match Reports 20/10/2011

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Sue Harris
Tue 08 Nov '11 @ 9:38am

Mebs (info)
H/Bay E don't play doubles plus at the moment we only have 2 players as Mark Walton has had a heart attack

Sue

frank lee li
Tue 25 Oct '11 @ 7:38am

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Mebs Virani
Thu 20 Oct '11 @ 7:18pm

CANTERBURY & DISTRICT TTA PRESS REPORT 20/10/2011

2nd Division side,Herne Bay E,have made a useful start to their league programme.
Against Chestfield Warriors 2,they faced a stiff opening match but got off to a good start through Mick Micklethwaite beating John Wickings in straight sets.
Eric Cawkill hit back strongly for Warriors,beating Jim Burns 3-0,while Linda Wickings finished on the wrong side of a 3-2 score to Sue Harris.
Burns piled further misery on John Wickings,winning 3-1 and Micklethwaitetook the Bay into a commanding 4-1 lead by beating Mrs Wickings,3-1.
Cawkill continued his excellent form with a 3-1 win over Mrs Harris but Burns replied with a close 5 set win over Mrs Wickings.
Mrs harris and John Wickings battled out an intense 5 setter which saw the Warriors player scrape it in the decider.
The two undefeated players on the night,Micklethwaite and Cawkill,fought out the final tie of the night. The game went to 5 sets before Cawkill emerged winner but Bay came out 5-4 winners in the singles match.
Warriors swept to a 3-0 win in the doubles.
Bay’s next game against Choughs C proved to be complete disaster. With only two players they slumped to a 1-8 defeat,with Burns getting the only win over Heather Robertson and they also lost the doubles 0-3.
Normal service was resumed in their clash with Warriors 4,sweeping to an 8-1 victory. Only John Metcalfe was able to muster the solitary win over Mrs Harris,which needed 5 sets. Bay’s abysmal record in doubles continued with a 0-3 loss.
The current top side in Div 2 is Chestfield Warriors 3. Unbeaten in three matches they have at this early stage of the season opened up a 9 point lead at the top.
They began with a 7-2 win over Warriors 4,with Jake Coombes registering a treble despite being pushed to a 5th set by Bob Hassam.Connor Russell and Dirk Froebrich both lost to John Metcalfe.
Against a two man Blean Lions,Coombes lost against Barry Hull in 5 sets but Froebrich and Russell saw off both Hull and Alan Dilnot to post an 8-1 win.
Warriors completed their third match against Herne Bay G with a resounding 8-1 win. Froebrich was the only casualty,losing 1-3 to Graham Waters,but Coombes and Russell completed their trebles.
Warriors lost the doubles ties,their first defeat in 3 games.

Reigning Premier division champions,Hoath A,signalled their intentions of not relinquishing their title without a fight.
They have taken 25 points in their first 3 games and are lookingin ominous form.
They beat Hoath B 7-2,a game in which Ian Mileham came back from 2 sets down against both Mike Howard and Mebs Virani to win in 5 sets.
They whipped Herne Bay B 9-0 and a strong Heron A side 9-0 to send a chilling message to the other contenders for the Premier title

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