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February 3rd

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Godalming E, in the Second Division, has, at last recorded their first win. Playing fellow strugglers Bramley D they edged the match 6-4. Bramley did have the star act in Steve Cheeseman who was unbeaten but Mike May and Julien Rousseau both notched braces to take Godalming off the bottom of the table. Aftermath D have now slipped into the bottom two after a 9-1 hammering from Ash B who surely look destined for promotion after breaking the hundred points barrier. On this occasion Martin Gilbey and Mike Levey were undefeated with Alan Gess only losing out to Gary Adkins.
In the Premier Division Godalming B and Godalming A shared the points with Reece Placid, playing for the B team, being unbeaten. His victims included Adam Laws and Andreas Pusch who each won twice for the A team. Merrow A showed no mercy to their D team sweeping to a 10-0 win. This match marked the long awaited return of John Robinson. Martin Townshend and Mike Fisher joined him and now expect the A team to sweep up the table. Challoner A picked up a 7-3 win in a tight match against Broadmoor. Peter Millard won three times with Trevor Spraggs getting a duo as did Ian Cole for the losers. Burymead B continue at the top of the table after a 7-3 win over Merrow B. Both Richard Tanner and Chris Bush were unbeaten for the champions in waiting.
In the First Division the most interesting focus is at the bottom of the table with Cody A edging into the bottom two after a 7-3 defeat from Merrow E. Scott Ayers was a hattick hero for Merrow with Robin Street winning twice. Bramley A got the better of Woking LTC A 6-4 with Ron Stracey and Nick Gould bagging braces for Bramley matched by Kevin Barkham and Ahmad Matoorian for the losers. Ash B continue to valiantly chase the top two. An 8-2 win over Aftermath B being the most recent result. Terry Osborne was again unbeaten with Paul Myers and George Earle each winning twice. In mid-table Aftermath A got the better of College Hill B 6-4. Steve Pearce, Albert Cheung and Simon Turner all won twice for Aftermath with Martin Sharp also victorious twice for College Hill.
In the Third Division College Hill D will be content with their draw against a strong looking Ash D outfit. Derek Hubbard notched two successes for College Hill with David Mackinnon and Jackie Rice also being successful twice for Ash. This has allowed Cranleigh A to narrow the gap to the top three after a whitewash of Merrow G. Peter Coventry, Angela Coventry and Mark Lockyer picked up the points. Aftermath E has settled back into second spot after a 7-3 win over College Hill D. Jim Roberts and Dave Thomas were unbeaten for Aftermath. Godalming G will be content with their 6-4 defeat against leaders Godalming F. Peter Cousins won twice for the G team with Danny McGranaghan, Gordon Grover and Fred Florance all bagging braces for the F team.