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Trimwise off to a flier

PUBLISHED: 08:00 19 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:19 05 July 2010

THE opening matches of the Lowestoft Table Tennis Season were played last Monday from groups two and three of the League Cup David Curtis Memorial Trophy.

THE opening matches of the Lowestoft Table Tennis Season were played last Monday from groups two and three of the League Cup David Curtis Memorial Trophy.

This competition uses an individual handicap system allowing players with different abilities to compete on an equal level and often produces exciting games that require considered tactics and composure from both players.

These matches were no exception managing to deliver everything they promised.

Waveney Trimwise left LCC Shakers trembling after an imposing 8-1 start to their campaign with Debra Faulkner and Paul Wright scoring maximum points while only the tenacity of the Shakers Simon Landles prevented a Trimwise whitewash.

Harry Waller and Ernie George helped themselves to a healthy portion of the Arrows taking three games apiece and securing the win for the Piranhas.

The Sidewaves opened well against the visiting Merlins taking five of the first six games and effectively putting the game beyond the reach of the Mutford side.

But the Merlins rallied to prise the remaining games from Sidewaves and secure valuable points.

For details on league table tennis in Lowestoft or coaching sessions call Alan Peek on 01502 589895

Results: Sidewaves 5, Merlins 4, Trimwise 8, Shakers 1, Piranhas 7, Arrows 2.


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