Final league report and Dare/Lew Vale Cup results

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Denis Cannon
Mon 21 Apr '14 @ 7:01am

The 2013/14 winter league matches have now all been played and the winners and the final positions of all teams in the five divisions are known.

In the Premier division it has been one of the closest finishes ever with Hoath A beating their rivals Iron Room A by just a single point for the title. Hoath A had a couple of outstanding games to play before the title could be decided and their outstanding game against their own C team was an incredibly close match which the C team won 6/3, nearly costing their A team the title.

In Division one the winners were CW2 with Choughs B runners up and in Division two Herne Bay F finished top with their D side in the runners up spot. Division three saw Faversham D finish first with CW9 in second and Herne Bay K took the Division four title with Faversham F in second place.

The two handicap team competitions, the Dare Cup and Lew Vale Cup, produced an unprecedented result with Warriors Division three team CW9 winning both finals. In the Lew Vale Cup they faced Warriors Division one team CW3 and won 13/7, both Jon Nevitt and David Chapman winning five of the six sets played.

In the Dare Cup final they faced another Warriors team, CW1, and the victory was even greater with a margin of 134 points after all the singles matches had been played. This might seem poor handicapping but on the night it was a superb display by the Division three team and a below par performance by the Premier side that resulted in such a wide margin and not the starting handicap which was a reasonable 242 points.

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