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October 28th

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Bramley B, in the First Division, notched their first success of the season with a narrow 6-4 win over Aftermath B. The reliable Geoff Nevitt was unbeaten for Bramley with James Sellen picking up a duo for Aftermath. Godalming C moved to the top of the table with a 9-1 mauling of Cody A, who have started the season very poorly. Tony Harrild and Alan Hoyle were unbeaten with Feifei Pei only losing out to Peter Anthony. Merrow E is determined to not get anywhere near the relegation battle after last season’s disastrous end to the season. They eased into the top half of the table with a 6-4 defeat of College Hill B. Martin Sharp, for College Hill, was unbeaten but Scott Ayers and Robin Street each bagged braces.
The two unbeaten teams in the Second Division, Ash B and Allianz shared the points with Alan Gess the star performer with a maximum for Ash. Clayton Green and Manoj Shah both won twice for Allianz. That draw allowed Woking LTC B to reclaim top spot with a 7-3 win over Bramley D. Daniel Koenigsberger, Owen Poelijoe and Ahmad Matoorian all won twice for Woking but none could get the better of Steve Cheeseman. Aftermath D and Burymead D shared the points with Gary Adkins the hattrick hero for Aftermath. Jack Harrington won twice for Burymead.
In the Third Division Woking LTC C won their first time at the same time inflicting the initial defeat on Ash D, 6-4. Brian Hartles won all his matches for Woking with Mike Glen bagging a duo as did Bob Murrell for Ash. This opened the way for Godalming F to sweep to the top of the table after a whitewash of Bramley E. Danny McGranaghan, Gordon Grover and Fred Florance were the victorious trio. Cranleigh A moved into a challenging position with a 9-1 win over College Hill D. Peter and Angela Coventry were unbeaten with Chris Ray only being bettered by Peter Caudrey.
The top two in the Fourth Division, Godalming H and M met with the H team securing an 8-2 win. Shula Laws was unbeaten with David Livingstone and Helen Ross both losing out to Mick Stanners. Godalming J could also feature in the battle for promotion with their 6-4 win over Cranleigh B possibly being crucial. Tony Laws with a trio and John Upham with a pair were the Godalming heroes with Chris Ray, playing for his normal side, grabbing a pair. Woking LTC D is moving up the table after a 7-3 defeat of Bramley F. Malcolm Hollett and Mervyn Newell secured full houses for Woking with. Cody B suffered their first defeat, 6-4, against Godalming K. Alan Lewell picked up there for Godalming with Paul Thomas assisting with a pair. Ken Thompson won twice for Cody.
At the top of the Premier Division the two Burymead teams continue to slug it out. Both won 9-1 in their latest matches. The A team entertained Merrow A and Phil Snelson and Gordon Holmes won all their matches with Holmes getting the better of Martin Townshend 23-21 in the fifth. Townshend got Merrow’s only point inflicting the sole defeat on Ramesh Bhalla. The B team beat Merrow D with Matt Pernet and Chris Bush unbeaten and Richard Tanner missing out to Jason Tendler. College Hill A beat Challoner A 7-3 with Jorge Vasquez getting a full house and Phil Harrison a duo. Graham Watts won twice for Challoner.