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NMTTL Mid Season League & Cup Report 2018/19

Dear Club Secretary/Team Captain,

Handbook Amendment 1 page 28:  (September 2018)
Division 4, Winchmore Hill 3 – Home night is TUESDAY.

Handbook Amendment 2 page 25:  (December 2018)
Please note that Dave Wilson has stood down from his role of Club Secretary of Ellenborough TTC. Our thanks and best wishes go to Dave for all his work for the club during his period in the role. Dave has informed the league that his successor is Colin Miller. Please delete Dave Wilson’s details from Ellenborough TTC.

Colin’s can be contacted by email at: Colin Miller

Our thanks and best wishes go to Colin for taking over from Dave.

League Round Up

Premier Division:

Mayfield 1 v Mayfield 2: it was a close run thing with Mayfield 1 just winning 5-4. Rhyan Nelson of Mayfield 2, who plays well against pimples, won in five games against Remi De Lynen taking a tense final game 16-14. Remi who uses pimples on his backhand to great effect also has a devastating forehand attack. Richard Vowles a fast improving player was playing up from team 4 for Mayfield 1. He won an important set against Martin Wells in five games. The evergreen Jonathan Proffitt playing for Mayfield 2 won two sets - against Richard Vowles and Romayne Stewart. His match versus Remi went all the way to five games with Remi coming out on top:  11-9, 9-11, 14-12, 7-11, 11-7. Jonathan still plays with ‘classic’ type rubbers as opposed to the tensor type that a number players now use.

Mayfield 1 v Heathcote 1: Mayfield 1 won a close fought match 5-4. Remi De Lynen won all his three sets, supported by Romayne Stewart winning two. Heathcote 1 fielded a strong side of Lukasz Lewandowski, Nana Ansah and Sanga Quamina. Lukasz won against Romayne and Alix Bill with Nana and Sanga also winning against Alix.

Heathcote 1 v Ellenborough 1: Ellenborough 1 are in third place on 62 points. Semi Idowu, Andrei Lapo, Bruce Yang and Kwai Kam are formidable opposition with a variety of styles for their opponents to deal with. In their match against Heathcote 1, Semi, Andrei and Bruce played. It was as expected a very close match with six of the nine sets going to 5 games. Semi won an important set against Nana, with Andrei winning two. Bruce is a combination player (different type rubbers on either side of the bat), which can make it difficult for his opponent to read his game. All of his sets went to 5 games – he lost to Sal Ahmed and Sanga Quamina, but beat Nana Ansah. Sanga Quamina won all his sets with Sal Ahmed winning two giving Heathcote 1 a 5-4 victory.

Tottenham 2 are the surprise team in the division so far – they finished bottom last season, but now have the addition of the much improved Mido Mohamed from Tottenham 2 in their squad. Klodian Shaqiri and Amin Saibi have also worked hard on their game since last season. As a result Tottenham 1 have climbed to 5th place with 48 points. This is about the same number of points they got for the whole of last season. Woodside Park 1 are lower than they normally would be in 6th position on 42 points, but are a strong team and are expected to climb higher. The remaining four teams, Mayfield 4, Bounds Green 1, Mayfield 3 and Ellenborough 2 have only 6 points between them and will all be fighting hard for points in the second half of the season to avoid relegation.

Mayfield 4 v Ellenborough 2: Gary List, Richard Vowles and Mitesh Dhanani each won two games to record a 6-3 victory for Mayfield 4. On a plus note for Ellenborough 2, Gordon Izatt was in fine defensive form to win all his sets, but Richard Vowles pushed Gordon all the way to the fifth game before Gordon was able to gain the upper hand.

Bounds Green 1 v Mayfield 3: The home team had the impressive young player Tom Black to thank, he won all three of his sets. Two of Tom’s sets went to the final game. In his match against Mark Hanrahan the score was: 13-11, 11-6, 8-11, 9-11, 17-15. George Sanders had a win over Oktay Halil, but Mark Hanrahan and Paul Buey two wins each with Oktay Halil’s win against Ian Herriott secured the win for Mayfield 3 by 5-4.

Woodside Park 1 v Tottenham 1: Tottenham won this very close contest by virtue of the performance of Klodian Shaqiri. Against Dave Scollan he was 2-1 down before coming back to win 12-10 in the 5th. Against Ashutosh Pant, Klodian went 2-1 up before Ashutosh came back to level. Klodian showed resilience against such a fine player as Ashutosh to take the final game 11-8. Klodian also won against Toni Cavich. Mido Mohamed having his first match for T1 took a game off Dave Scollan and Toni Cavich. Amin Saibi won against Dave Stollan, but was pushed all the way by Toni to the 5th before claiming a 5-4 victory for his team.  

Mayfield 2 v Ellenborough 1: There were four close sets in this match with the home team winning three of them. Rhyan Nelson against Bruce Yang: with Rhyan’s reputation playing against ‘funny rubber’ he must have been surprised to find himself 2-1 down against the tricky Bruce Yang. The fourth game was a long one with Rhyan eventually keeping himself in the game by winning 18-16. He then took the final game 11-5. This proved to be Rhyan’s high point of the match as he lost to both Semi Idowu and Andrei Lapo. The other wins for Mayfield saw Martin Wells win against Bruce in five games and Jonathan Proffitt win a hard fought set against Semi Idowu in five. Andrei Lapo was in flowing form to win all his sets, but against Martin Wells he looked to be home and dry leading 2-0 before Martin came back to level. Andrei just got home 11-8 in the fifth to give Ellenborough 1 a needed 6-3 win.

Mayfield 4 v Tottenham 1: With six of the sets going to five games this match was always going to be close. Gary List won two very close sets in five against Klodian Shaqiri and Amin Saibi. Klodian also lost another close set against Simon Block 11-9 in the 5th, but did gain a win against Richard Vowles. Amin Saibi just squeezed home against Richard in five and won against Simon. But it was Mido Mohamed winning all his sets who gave Tottenham a 6-3 victory.  Mido has gradually found his feet in this top division. His match against Gary was an epic battle. With Gary leading 2-1, Mido came back to win the remaining games.

Bounds Green 1 v Ellenborough 2: Michael Miller done well to get a win from his match with Alan Pearse, as did Ian Herriott for his win against Milen Maglov. But it needed Dawud Khan to beat the opposition number one player Gordon Izatt to have a chance of BG1 gaining a victory. Dawud is a fine attacking player and Gordon in a rarity in that he is an excellent attacking player who can also defend very well. Dawud took the 1st game 11-5 with Gordon winning a close 2nd 13-11. Dawud became favourite by winning the 3rd 11-9. The thing about playing a defender is that they slow the game down with each point taking longer to win. It can get to the attacking player if they start to lose patience. Gordon took the final two games 11-7 11-9 to all but seal victory for his team. Milen and Alan won a set each to secure victory for Ellenborough 2.

Mayfield 3 v Woodside Park 1:  It proved not to be enough for Mark Hanrahan and Paul Buey to win two sets each. Oktay Halil tried hard for his team but WP1 were just that bit better on the night with Dave Scollan two sets, Hooman Najian two sets and Toni Cavich gaining the all-important 5th set to give WP1 a 5-4 victory.

Premier Averages

 

Division 2:

With only seven points between them the top three teams, Heathcote 2, 66 points, Ellenborough 3, 63 points and Ellenborough 4, 59 points, will battle it out to be champions in the second half of the season. Heathcote 2 are unbeaten so far but have not been able to get much daylight between themselves and both Ellenborough teams. They have a well-balanced squad with a mixture of experience and youth. In Captain Steve Codrington and Richard Bond comes the experience, complemented by the youth of Daniel Howard and Adam Lohiya.

Heathcote 2 v Ellenborough 3: played in the early part of the season Heathcote 2 won this match 6-3. Ellenborough 3 were without Jeremy Clarke-Williams on that occasion so the return match at Ellenborough in January should be interesting. Ellenborough 3 have a squad that on paper looks to be as good as Heathcote 2, with players such as Jeremy Clarke-Williams, Tumay Ekrem, Anatol Gasiorowski, June Nelson, Dave Wilson, Terry Wilson and Elman Rustamov.

Third placed Ellenborough 4 have a squad of seven players who all have contributed so far. Ian Francis is a highly rated player along with an improving Abdul Olagboyega, plus Gill Toumbas, Steve Cross, David He, Peter Bayman and Thanos Morphitis, make up this strong group of players. They have comfortably won all their matches apart from Heathcote 1 and Ellenborough 3, where they lost 5-4 and 7-2 respectively. In 4th place are a new club to the league, Suburb 1. They have ten players registered who have all played and won this season.

Suburb 1 v Winchmore Hill 1: in October Suburb 1 won a close match 5-4. Vassilis Chamalides and Raman Uppal combined to win two sets each along with one for Sumit Shah to give Suburb 1 victory. Winchmore Hill 1 were understrength for this match. Suburb 1 club secretary Richard Grethe deserves much credit and praise for all his good work in developing the club.

In 5th and 6th place are Mayfield 5 and Winchmore Hill 1. These two teams were winners and runners up last season, which shows the depth of strength in division 2 this season. The remaining teams; Mayfield 6, Tottenham 2, Bounds Green 2 and Potters Bar will be going all out to avoid relegation in the second half. Mayfield 6 perform better with their captain Ben Payne playing as he is difficult for opponents to play against with his style of play/anti-spin backhand.

Bounds Green 2 v Mayfield 6: The match turned out to be hard fought affair with all players contributing with wins. It was Bounds Green 2 who won the match 5-4 with Simon Jameson and Martin Jones winning two each and Alan Lipton one. Vivek Shah won two for Mayfield 6 beating Simon and Alan, but he could not overcome Martin Jones who is a much underrated player. The attacking Gavrielides and Lester Courtinho won a set each with wins over Alan and Martin respectively.

Winchmore Hill 1 v Mayfield 5: WH1 are surprisingly lower in the division than they would have expected to be. With the addition of the young player Scarlett Anders they are a much stronger team to play against. She has played 4 matches so far this season and has beaten some tough opponents including Jeremy Clarke-Williams and Tumay Ekrem. She won two of her sets in this match. Against Adrian Pini she won in 5 games; she also beat Jack Bender in three. However, against Alan Lamprell she was up against one of the best defenders ever to play in the NMTTL. Alan won the first two games before Scarlett rallied to take the 3rd game, but Alan came back to win the 4th game and take the set. Winchmore Hill 1 won the match 5-4 with Fred Burdett contributing with 2 wins over Jack and Adrian. Mike Lynch won against Adrian in five games. Alan Lamprell won all his three sets for Mayfield 5.

Tottenham 2 v Potters Bar 1: This match turned out to be PB1’s only victory in the first half of the season with them winning this match 5-4. Andrew Boast was in great form in taking all his three sets. John DeWitt and Nick Mgbemena are having their first taste of division 2 after being promoted from lower teams. They are finding it harder than division 3, but still enjoyable. Unfortunately Paul Glyde and Andrew Boast were on their top form with only Nick getting a win against Paul. Colin Ford was not at his best on this occasion, had he been Tottenham could have suffered a heavier defeat. John beat Colin in three, as did Nick, with Robin winning a much closer match in five games.

Mayfield 5 v Suburb 1: Mayfield 5 put out a strong team for this match with Julian Buckton joining forces with Jack Bender and Alan Lamprell. Suburb 1 who have a large squad of 10 players, fielded David Grunberg, Rishi Sinarain and Richard Armes. Alan Lamprell won against Rishi Sinarain and David Grunberg, but lost against Richard Armes. Julian also beat David, but lost to Richard and Rishi. Jack beat Richard, but lost to David and Rishi. Therefore, Suburb 1 defeated Mayfield 5 by 5-4. David Grunberg’s win against Jack Bender was a long hard match with Jack winning the first two games before David gradually came back into the match with his excellent defensive play to win the last three games. Rishi Sinarain, who after losing to Alan Lamprell, produced the performance of the evening to come back and beat Jack and Julian both in five games.

Ellenborough 4 v Heathcote 2: Ian Francis was the star of the show for Ellenborough 4 winning all his sets. In his match with Daniel Howard he was two games down. The third game was hard on both players, Ian won it 16-14. Ian then seemed to have the momentum and won 6-11, 9-11, 16-14, 11-7, 11-7. Abdul Olagboyega had a very good win against Richard Bond, but Heathcote 2 ran out 5-4 winners with Steve Codrington and Daniel Howard winning two each and Richard Bond picking up one at the expense of David He.

Ellenborough 3 v Ellenborough 4: Jeremy Clarke-Williams was in rampant form in this match winning all his sets. Against Ian Francis it was expected he would have to pull out all the stops. He was 2-0 down and looking like he was going to lose in straight games against Ian. But Jeremy is a past master at making come-backs. He won the remaining games to win: 7-11, 5-11, 11-3, 11-8, 14-12. Anatol Gasiorowski and Tumay Ekrem gave good support to Jeremy by winning two sets each for a 7-2 victory to Ellenborough 3.

Tottenham 2 v Bounds Green 2: The home team felt some relief at winning this match, but did not expect to win 7-2! A score of 5-4 either way would have been acceptable to both teams, but that’s the way it goes some times. The match score in games was 23-16. John Fitzgerald had to dig deep in all his sets to get his wins. Robin Smythe won against Simon Jameson and Dan Shoop in five games, but lost to Martin in five games. John DeWitt played some excellent table tennis to gain his two wins. Against Dan it was a see-saw affair before John gained control at the end to win:  8-11, 11-9, 11-3, 8-11, 11-8. Against Martin Jones John won more convincingly in three games. Due to the length of time it took to play the match two tables had to be used towards the end.

Potters Bar 1 v Mayfield 6: Neither of these teams can ever be accused of not putting up a fighting performance – six of the nine sets went to five games. Ben Payne was having an outing for Mayfield 6. Against Paul Glyde, Ben was finding it difficult to impose his game, but at 2-2 he got clear to win the final game 11-5. It was much the same against Colin Ford, but this time he had to come back from 2-0 down to win in five. Against Andrew Boast Ben found himself 2-0 down again before staging a fightback. Ben got back to 2-2 but Andrew held something back in reserve to win the final game 11-9. Despite all their efforts in this match PB1 came away losing 6-3. Andrew and Colin were able to win additional sets against Lester Courtinho, but it was Haresh Barber who came to the rescue of Mayfield 6 winning all three sets with Lester winning against Paul in five.

Division 2 Averages

 

Division 3:

The question is can Tottenham 3’s closest rivals mount a challenge to catch them up? With only 7 league matches for each team to play none of the top teams can afford to slip up.

Tottenham 3 v Winchmore Hill 2: the October match between the top two teams, produced a 5-4 result in favour of Tottenham 3. Four of the nine sets went to 5 games with Tottenham 3 winning three of them. Grace Stair is a determined player. She showed this in her performance against Allamdeep Bhangoo, winning 12-10 in the fifth. She showed the same form in beating Colin Bateman. However, against Paul Cooper she was up against a player of great experience, variety and consistency - Paul won in four games. Paul remained undefeated in the match, but Derek Yung won in five against Allamdeep and in straight games against Colin to lift the home team’s spirits. Lewis Devonish provided the other point to give Tottenham 3 their win.  It should be another close match on February 25th.

SPS 1 v Bush Hill Park 1: Jacob Barron was in fine form winning all of his sets and dropping just one game to Geoffrey Woodend. Ashley Smokler also beat Geoffrey in four. It was left to Jonathan Barron to seal the win for SPS1 with wins over Geoffrey Woodend and Steve Harris. Steve May claimed two wins for his team over Ashley and Jonathan along with a win for Steve Harris over Ashley in five games.

Bounds Green 3 v Mayfield 7: These two teams are close in standard to each other and the match score of 5-4 reflected this. Richard Graneau and Michael Charvonia won 2 sets each with Chan Vithani winning one. But it was Chris Callan winning all three along with one from Naveed Khan that gave the visitors something to cheer about from this match.

Mayfield 8 v Tottenham 3: Mayfield 8 are another team with a good squad of players: Tony Woo, Tony Botelho, Ashok Shah, Rob Costa and Angelica Landry. Their team for this match was Tony Woo, Tony Botelho and Angelica Landry. Tottenham 3 had Derek Chung, Grace Stair and Toby Svensson playing. Tony Woo and Tony Botelho each won against Derek Chung and Grace Stair. Grace and Derek each won against Angelica. With the impressive defender Toby Svensson winning all his sets this meant that Mayfield 8 narrowly lost 5-4 to Tottenham 3.

Bush Hill Park 1 v Ellenborough 5:  These teams are in 8th & 7th places respectively. They played each other in November with Bush Hill Park 1 winning 5-4, but Ellenborough 5 were a player short. Harold Clark won all his sets with Gunter Biemel winning the other set against Steve Harris, in his first season with Bush Hill Park 1. Ellenborough 5 should improve on their first half performance to get a bit closer to SPS 1.

Ellenborough 5 v Winchmore Hill 2:  WH2 had quite a strong team out with Paul, Lag and Allamdeep playing. Paul Cooper was unbeaten in this match giving his team a 5-4 victory. Only two players this season have been able to get the better of Paul, Aman Kanwar of Bounds Green 3 and Steve Harris of Bush Hill Park 1, leaving Paul 5th in the averages on 83%. The hosts showed character in fighting all the way for every point with two wins from the experienced Harold Clark and a win each for Gunter Biemel and Soodabeh Yazdani. In Soodabeh’s match with Lag, it went all the way to the 5th game with Lag just pipping Soodabeh 11-9.

Mayfield 7 v SPS 1: The mid table positions in this division are taken by Mayfield 7, Bounds Green 3 and SPS 1. In this encounter the home team won 5-4. Jacob Barron won all his sets, but was pushed to five games against Chris Callan. Dinesh Chouhan against Jonathan Barron was probably the best match of the evening with it going to five games. Jonathan won: 12-10, 12-10, 3-11, 10-12, 11-6. Jonathan’s match with Andrew Cheal saw Andrew winning in 3 close games: 11-8, 12-10, 13-11.

Bounds Green 3 v Bush Hill Park 1:  Aman Kanwar was the star player for BG3 winning all his matches. Against Steve May, it was not a walk in the park as Aman had to come back from two games down to win 12-10 in the 5th. Steve May did manage to win his other sets against Richard Graneau and Chandresh Vithani. But two wins for Chandresh and one for Richard gave BG3 a 6-3 win.

Mayfield 8 v SPS 1:  The home team had Tony Woo, Rob Costa and Angelica Landry in their team. One set stood out from all the others in this very close match, it was between Rob Costa and Jacob Barron. Rob won the first game 17-15, he then lost the next 11-3, to then win the third game 16-14! Rob must have thought at that point that he had done enough, and deserved to win the set. But table tennis is not like that, you have to win that third game! Unfortunately for Rob, Jacob came back and won what must have been a great match to watch: 15-17, 11-3, 14-16, 11-5 & 11-6. Rob did get to win a game over Jonathan Barron in five games, but he could not breach Ashley Smokler’s defensive barrier to lose in four games. Angelica Landry won her second set of the season so far by beating Ashley in four games. Tony Woo won two sets, but it was Jacob Barron who did the damage by winning all three to give SPS 1 a 5-4 win. Jacob has improved his game greatly since last season and has only lost two sets so far this season, against Lag Antoniades and Kam Wahab, both of Winchmore Hill 2 in October. This leaves Jacob second in the averages on 90%.

A friendly match was played in October between Bush Hill Park 1 v Tottenham 3. The match was played in the handicap cup format of 6 singles and 3 doubles. Both teams enjoyed a competitive match played in a very friendly spirit with tea and biscuits being served throughout.

Division 3 Averages

 

 Division 4:

The experienced Southgate Compton 1 are at the top of the division on a healthy 56 points from their 8 matches. They have two of the division’s top players in Peter Radwell and Ian Webb in their team, so realistically it is likely that there will be four teams in contention for the runners-up spot. Ellenborough 7 are not too far away on 49 points in second. Winchmore Hill 3 are third on 47 points.   Brian Price is in this team, he has only dropped one set out of the 18 played, to the unbeaten Peter Radwell of Southgate Compton 1.

Winchmore Hill 3 v Ellenborough 7: When these two teams played each other in November WH3 were without Brian Price. Ellenborough 7 took full advantage to record a 6-3 victory with Ron Smith winning all three and supported by two wins for Charlie Izatt and one for Cara Skinner. Michael O’Leary two sets and John Lynch one for Winchmore Hill 3 was some compensation for them.

Ellenborough 7 v Mayfield 9: Ellenborough 7 have a mixture of three ladies and three gentlemen in their squad - having to give everyone a game and at the same time maintaining second place is a credit to them. Captain Ron Smith is a steady player on 80% in the averages. Sureyya Adin is gradually improving her game dropping only one set from nine so far. In Rosetta Delisle they have another consistent player. These three players defeated Mayfield 9 in November winning 8-1. It is a plus for Mayfield 9 that despite this defeat they are only five points behind Ellenborough 7 on 44 points. Mayfield 9 have six players in their team, Captain Ross McCleary has played in all the games so far and has won 20 from 24. Norbert Rasiah and Tony Watts have done their bit to push the team up into 5th position.

SPS 2 v Ellenborough 6: E6 are on 44 points in 4th place. In November they took on SPS 2, with the hosts winning by the narrowest of margins 5-4. Paul Cooper won his sets against Paul Kail and James Litherland, but against Colin Miller it proved to be more difficult. Paul led 2-1 before Colin came back to win in five games. Stephen Lesley also won two sets with Peter Winter adding the all-important 5th set for SPS 2.

Tottenham 4 v SPS 2: Jethro Denahy came back from 2- 0 down against Paul Cooper to take the set in the 5th game. Jethro went on to beat Peter Winter and Anthony Marsh. Trish Beazley was having her first match of the season after a long layoff. Trish has not played table tennis for a number of years due to injury. She is back fit enough to play again. It was a tough match against Peter Winter, but Trish won in the 5th game. Paul Cooper won two against Trish and Malcolm with Peter Winter also winning against Malcolm. Trish beat Anthony Marsh to seal a 6-3 win for the home team.

Southgate Compton 1 v Winchmore Hill 4:  WH4 picked up their first win of the season against an under strength Southgate Compton 1 side with Dom Philp winning all his sets. Joe Wilkinson and Henry Rudd-Clarke won a set each to give Winchmore Hill 4 victory.

Winchmore Hill 3 v SPS 3: The bottom team SPS 3 are still awaiting their first win of the season. In their very first match of the season, they came very close to it when they lost 5-4 to Winchmore Hill 3. There was an intense battle between the two number ones, Brian Price and Jackie Turner, which Brian eventually won 14-12, 12-10, 11-13, 14-12.

Southgate Compton 1 v Mayfield 9: In what proved to be a close match Peter Radwell won his three sets. Tony Watts and John Jones had a mammoth battle before Tony eventually won: 9-11, 15-13, 5-11, 11-9, 14-12. Ross McCleary won two against John Ginn and John Jones with Norbert Rasiah also defeating John Ginn. John Ginn won against Tony Watts - John Jones gave his side a 5-4 after he beat Norbert Rasiah.

Ellenborough 6 v Winchmore Hill 4: Trevor Mansell was in good form winning all his sets – against Joe Wilkinson he was put under pressure when their match went to five games. James Litherland and Paul Kail won a set each to give Ellenborough 6 a 5-4 victory. Dom Philp won two with Tom Curtis and Joe Wilkinson winning the others for WH4.

SPS 3 v Tottenham 4:  Playing for SPS 3 were Philip Bennett, Steven Helman and Jackie Turner. They took on the Tottenham 4 team of Malcolm Springthorpe, Trish Beazley and Jethro Denahy. Jackie won against Trish and Malcolm, but could not overturn Jethro, who has improved his game in the summer months. Steven Helman won in five games against Malcolm Springthorpe, but lost to Trish Beazley in five games. Tottenham 4 have a bigger squad than last year due to Jethro Denahy and Dennis Tossell moving down from the 3rd division to join Trish, Malcolm, Jenny and Roy.

Division 4 Averages

HANDICAP CUP ROUND 1 GROUP RESULTS TO DATE

1st Match Fixtures - Week Commencing 05th November 2018

Tottenham 2 v Winchmore Hill 2

3-6

Group 1

Mayfield 4 v Mayfield 9

7-2

Mayfield 5 v SPS 1

6-3

Group 2

Winchmore Hill 3 v Ellenborough 7

2-7

Suburb 1 v Mayfield 8

3-6

Group 3

Winchmore Hill 1  v Southgate Compton 1

6-3

Bush Hill Park 1 v Mayfield 6

4-5

Group 4

SPS 2 v Heathcote 2

4-5

Tottenham 3 v SPS 3

8-1

Group 5

Mayfield 1 v Ellenborough 5

2-7

Heathcote 1 v Winchmore Hill 4

5-4

Group 6

Mayfield 7 v Ellenborough 4

5-4

2nd Match Fixtures - Week Commencing 03th December 2018

Tottenham 2  Mayfield 4

6-3

Group 1

Winchmore Hill 2 v Mayfield 9

7-2

Mayfield 5 v Winchmore Hill 3

6-3

Group 2

SPS 1 v Ellenborough 7

8-1

Suburb 1 v Winchmore Hill 1

2-7

Group 3

Mayfield 8  v Southgate Compton 1

4-5

Bush Hill Park 1 v SPS 2

4-5

Group 4

Mayfield 6 v Heathcote 2

4-5

Tottenham 3 v Mayfield 1

7-2

Group 5

SPS 3 v Ellenborough 5

3-6

Heathcote 1 v Mayfield 7

3-6

Group 6

Winchmore Hill 4 v Ellenborough 4

5-4

How the groups stand with two matches played

 

Group 1

Played

Won

Points

 

 

Group 2

Played

Won

Points

1

W Hill 2

2

2

13

 

1

Mayfield 5

2

2

12

2

Mayfield 4

2

1

10

 

2

SPS 1

2

1

11

3

Tottenham 2

2

1

  9

 

3

Ellenborough 7

2

1

  8

4

Mayfield 9

2

0

  4

 

4

W Hill 3

2

0

  5

 

Group 3

Played

Won

Points

 

 

Group 4

Played

Won

Points

1

W Hill 1

2

2

13

 

1

Heathcote 2

2

2

10

2

Mayfield 8

2

1

10

 

2

Mayfield 6

2

1

  9

3

Southgate C 1

2

1

  8

 

3

SPS 2

2

1

  9

4

Suburb 1

2

0

  5

 

4

Bush Hill Park 1

2

0

  8

 

Group 5

Played

Won

Points

 

 

Group 6

Played

Won

Points

1

Tottenham 3

2

2

15

 

1

Mayfield 7

2

2

11

2

Ellenborough 5

2

2

13

 

2

W Hill 4

2

1

  9

3

Mayfield 1

2

0

  4

 

3

Heathcote 1

2

1

  8

4

SPS 3

2

0

  4

 

4

Ellenborough 4

2

0

  8

 

FINAL GROUP MATCHES
3rd Match Fixtures - Week Commencing 07th January 2019

Mayfield 9 v Tottenham 2

Group 1

Winchmore Hill 2 v Mayfield 4

Ellenborough 7 v Mayfield 5

Group 2

SPS 1 v Winchmore Hill 3

Southgate Compton 1 v Suburb 1

Group 3

Mayfield 8 v Winchmore Hill 1

Heathcote 2 v Bush Hill Park 1

Group 4

Mayfield 6 v SPS 2

Ellenborough 5 v Tottenham 3

Group 5

SPS 3 v Mayfield 1

Ellenborough 4 v Heathcote 1

Group 6

Winchmore Hill 4 v Mayfield 7 

The above fixtures will be played on the home night of the team named first. These can be found on page 28 of the League handbook. If the home night is changed the captain of the home team they must inform their opponent in good time by giving adequate notice of the change.

The winners and runners up of all 6 groups will go through to Round 2 (last 16) together with the FOUR highest 3rd placed teams from the groups.

The winner and runner up of each group will be decided on the total number of MATCHES WON. If teams are level in matches won, then the decision will be determined by SETS won, i.e., 6-3 = 6 sets to 3 sets.  If a further calculation needs to be made the Handicap Cup Secretary will make a final decision based on games/points won.

Please note that if you would like to send in a match report, either cup or league, please forward it by email, or by person to any of the League Committee members. It can then be included into the End of Season Report that will be published in April 2019.

 

Our best wishes to all clubs and players for a happy and peaceful New Year.
For and on behalf of the NMTTL Executive Committee,

John Fitzgerald.

 

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