Last Tuesday saw the presentation of certificates for round one of Exe Table Tennis Clubs Junior League, writes Richard Wellington.

To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

Division Three was made up of new players at the club and even though they were still learning the rules there was some very competitive games.

Jared Guy and Neya Jeffery both played well and won three of their six matches.

Ben Sriburi took second place with four wins from six outings, but the star of the show in Division Three was undoubtedly Adam Jenions who, though conceding seven games, won al six matches he played!

Both Sriburi and Jenions will move up to Division Two in Round Two.

Division Two was made up of more experienced players and the standard of table tennis was excellent. Billy Cresswell’s determination saw him take second place with four good wins, but was out played by Joel Potten who’s outstanding performance saw him win all seven of his matches whilst only conceding four games.

Both these players will move up to Division One where they will be up against some very good players.

The experienced players in Division One really showed how competitive table tennis can be with some close fought games.

However, it was Conall Jackson who did very well to claim second place whilst Wojeciech Cyron, one of the clubs best junior players, claimed top spot in the top Division winning all his matches and conceding just a single game with Jackson the one player to enjoy some success against him.


Join our newsletter