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February 24th

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College Hill D, in the Third Division, have endured a difficult season and relegation appears certain but they have managed to get the better of Bramley E 6-4, who are doing even worse and sit bottom. Bramley, unfortunately, only had two players with one of them, Bob Holmden, being unbeaten. At the other end of the table Aftermath E and Cranleigh A shared the spoils. Jim Roberts and Dave Thomas won twice apiece for Aftermath with Angela Coventry and Mark Lockyer also recording duos for Cranleigh. The draw leaves Aftermath the likely runners-up in the division. The top slot must be destined for Godalming F who whitewashed College Hill E with Danny McGranaghan, Gordon Grover and Fred Florance getting the points.
The top of the First Division also looks settled with Godalming C wracking up another 10-0, this one against Woking LTC A. Tony Harrild, Alan Hoyle and Fei Fei Pei have played all the matches. Burymead C remain second after a 7-3 success over College Hill B. Richard Parke and Joel Clancy notched all the points for Burymead. Ash A’s outside chances disappeared after suffering a 10-0 defeat at Godalming D. At the bottom end of the table Cody A eased away from the relegation slots with a 7-3 win over Aftermath B. Paul Shakespeare picked up a full house with Peter Anthony and Paul Mission each getting braces. Bramley A showed little mercy against their B team with a 7-3 win featuring a hattrick from Peter Palmer in only his second appearance after a long term injury. Tony Morse won twice for the A team as did Geoff Nevitt for the B team.
In the Second Division Allianz are manfully trying to close the gap to the top two who postponed their match last week. Allianz beat Aftermath D 8-2 with Manoj Shah unbeaten. Steve Simnett and Clayton Green both lost to David Harden. The defeat for Aftermath pushes them closer to the bottom of the table. Bramley D shared the points with College Hill C. Steve Cheeseman notched a full house for Bramley with John Diggens contributing a couple of wins which was matched by Brian Smithers for College Hill. Challoner C remain in deep trouble with a loss 7-3 against Burymead D the most recent reverse. Jack Harrington was unbeaten for Burymead with Tony Bartlett bagging a brace. Jason Gee won twice for Challoner.
In the Premier Division Merrow D managed a rare win, 6-4 against Broadmoor. Jason Tendler was the star performer for Merrow with a full house whilst Chris Hazlehurst bagged a pair. Ian Cole managed two for the losers. Merrow B thrashed College Hill A with a 10-0 scoreline. Bipin Majithia, Andy Meads and Richard Seymour made up the winning outfit. Burymead A remain in second spot after a 9-1 thrashing of Godalming B. Gordon Holmes and Derek Holman were unbeaten with Phil Snelson winning twice. Godalming A also won 9-1 against Merrow A. Adam Laws and Alain Choo-Choy won all their matches with Robin Honey winning twice.
In the Fourth Division leaders Godalming H wre pushed all the way by their clubmates the L team. Shula Laws, David Livingstone and Helen Ross all won twice for the H team as did Alan Lewell for the L team. Cranleigh B edged past Emmanuel 6-4 with Chris Ray recording yet another maximum. Tim Hobbs weighed in with a pair which was matched by Clive Mattin for Emmanuel.