End of Season Match Report 12/04/2012

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Mebs Virani
Sat 14 Apr '12 @ 6:36pm


The season finally came to an end and all promotion and relegation issues have now been settled.

Hoath A are the champions of the Premier division singles league.
A 7-2 win over Hoath B was enough to secure the title after Iron Room A were defeated 4-5 by Herne Bay B but they still finished runners-up.
A 3-1 win over the Bay in the doubles was enough to give Iron Room the doubles title,with Hoath A runners-up.
Herne Bay B finished bottom to round off a miserable season while Chestfield Warriors 1 seem destined to join them in relegation.

A 6-3 win by Rough Common over Blue Lawn was enough to give them the 1st division title but condemned Blue Lawn to relegation.
Iron Room B finished their fixtures with a powerful 9-0 win over Herne Bay C that saw them finish in second place,3 points behind Rough Common and promotion to the top division.
Iron Room beat Bay C 3-1 in the doubles but it made no difference to Bay C,who had already secured the doubles title,but it gave Iron Room runners up.
Blean A joined Blue Lawn as the second relegated team.

The 2nd division Singles League winners and runners-up had already been settled but but Warriors 3 and Warriors 2 have yet to settle the doubles league issue.
Both sides have two games to play and face each other in one of them.
Warriors 4 failed to win a game all season and finished at the foot of the division and will almost be certainly joined by Blean C. They are 11 points behind Blean Lions and despite having a game in hand over the Lions they are likely to finish in the bottom two.

Dizzy Heights completed their league programme with just one defeat and 7 points ahead of Warriors 7 to claim the 3rd division title.
Warriors 7 finished 3 points clear of Warriors 5,but the latter side emphatically took the doubles title by 9 points from Dizzy Heights.
Heights managed to scrape runners up spot by one point from Herne Bay I.
Blean E were unable to manage a win all season and finished last and they look certain to be joined by Herne Bay H.

The outcome of the Division 4 title came down to the final match of each of the top sides had to play.
Faversham C won their final game 5-0 as anticipated,putting pressure on Faversham D to win their final game against Dizzy Heights B 5-0 to finish level.
Lara Rodday beat Matthew Clayson 3-0 but Ethan Braden lost surprisingly 1-3 to Alison Butler.
Rodday beat Butler but Braden failed against Clayson.
Rodday and Braden took the doubles but the loss of two points was enough to give the singles title to Faversham C,who also took the doubles title.

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