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Wymondham win top of the table clash

Defending Breckland League champs Wymondham faced potentially their toughest game of the season away to rivals Connaught “A”. If Connaught were to jumpstart their title challenge this was a must win match for them on their own mats but it was Wymondham who emerged victorious winning three of the four games for an 8-2 away win. Hayley Osborne, Andrew Jackson & Chris Mann got the visitors off to a good start beating Diane Quadling, Owen Secker & Mike Minshull 16-10 and Laura Hawksworth, Jack Marshall & Debbie Sparham completed a perfect first half for Wymondham beating Dave Aldous, Jim Squire & Paul McDonald 18-10. The second half saw another Wymondham win with Billie Barker, John Jeffery & Jon Sparham beating Sheila Bragg’s triple 17-10 but Connaught “A” got a consolation win as Mike Parsons, Richard Harrison and new signing Simon Willies beat Steve Easter, Owen Cranston & Melvyn Barker 17-15 in the closest game of the night. Connaught “A” faced another tough match away to Carleton Rode and came away with only a 6-4 win despite winning on three mats. The home sides only win of the night was a big 23-10 result for Steve Hawkins, David Blundell & Neil Davidson against Bob Oatway’s triple but the shots gained, giving Rode 58 shots against Connaught’s 55, proved enough to earn the match points. For Connaught “A” Mike Minshull’s triple won 17-11, Paul McDonald’s triple won 14-11 and Simon Willies’ triple won 14-13. In the leagues other game this week Thetford earned their first win of the season beating visitors Shropham 8-2 in a high scoring match. David Walker, Caralyn Walker & Peter Harvey led the way with a 27-6 win while Clive Elke’s triple won 20-12 and Kieran Suffolk’s triple won 19-10. This weeks results leaves Wymondham top of the table after four straight wins, Connaught “A” are level on points with them but have played two games more with four wins and two defeats so far.

Chris Mann Potters 21 

16-10 win for Wymondham's Chris Mann 

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