Top three win in Division One of Mansfield and District Table Tennis League

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Player-of-the-match Dean Brookes helped the leaders Zygabye A stay top with an 8-2 victory over Ravenshead Riots.

Brookes turned in a faultless performance to win all his singles 3-0 and also, with Joe Zygadlo, won the doubles 3-0.

Junior Stoddart maintained his 100 per cent record and led the Ravenshead Rascals to an 8-2 victory over Zygabyte B to keep the Rascals unbeaten for the season and still the favourites for the title.

Jacksdale A maintained their 100 per cent record, winning four out of four so far this season to keep them in touching distance of the top two.

Player-of-the-match Kalpesh Bhatt led the team to a 7-3 victory over Jacksdale C.

The title at the halfway stage is looking like a three team race, with Zygabyte A three points ahead of Ravenshead Rascals, who have a game in hand.

In Division Two, Zygabyte Old Bats stayed top with a strong performance against Hucknall 50+, and remain unbeaten in 2015 with three wins out of three in January.

Player-of-the-match Matt Williams was the only player to win all his games, but was backed up well by Rob Vaughan & Glynn Payne in this win.

Boothy’s moved up to second and are now only six points behind the leaders with two games in hand, with a 9-1 win over Ravenshead Rebels.

Player-of-the-match Stuart Chadwick and Bob Angus both scored maximums for Boothy’s with Rod Sampson winning two matches.

But spare a thought for Jim Westwood who won Rebels’ one point, but it could easily have been three as both his defeats came in very tight five game matches.

New Cross Snipers beat Ravenshead Ravens 8-2 to move third. Erlands Skels, in only his secnd match for the Snipers got player-of-the-match winning all his games and winning the doubles with Tony Swain. Andy Bunting won the two points for the Ravens.

The Division Two title is also still very open and could go anywhere with Old Bats six ahead of Boothys and seven ahead of Snipers.