Table Tennis talent shines at March and District Table Tennis Championship

PUBLISHED: 12:25 09 March 2011

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FENLAND’S finest table tennis talent was on display at Neale-Wade Community College on Sunday during the March and District Table Tennis Championship.

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Around 40 senior and junior players competed in the event with Steve Mason beating last year’s winner John Blyth to pick up the men’s single title. Alison Edge retained her ladies’ singles title by defeating Val Kelly.

Callum Brown was crowned under-18s boys’ singles and doubles champion after teaming up with Liam Irlam to defeat the pair of Ryan Ringer-Duffy and John Palmer Junior. It capped a heartbreaking day for Ringer-Duffy who also lost to Brown in the singles final.

MARCH & DISTRICT TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP - FULL RESULTS

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Senior Winners – Knock-Out

Men’s Singles Steve Mason R/U John Blyth; Ladies Singles Alison Edge R/U Val Kelly; Men’s Doubles John Blyth; Paul Reed R/U Liam Irlam, Callum Brown; Ladies Doubles Val Kelly, Abbie Stacey R/U Sue Pitcher, Mandy Ringer-Duffy; Mixed Doubles Alison Edge, John Blyth R/U Val Kelly, Steve Mason; Veteran Ladies Alison Edge R/U Val Kelly; Veteran Men’s John Blyth R/U Steve Mason; Vintage Vets Trevor Furlong R/U Terry Rudd; Super Vets Mike Bradshaw R/U Steven Kent; Restricted Singles John Palmer Snr R/U Val Kelly; Restricted Doubles John Palmer Snr, John Palmer Jnr R/U Jordan Mason, Ryan Ringer-Duffy; Plate Winner Callum Brown R/U Ray Dolan.

Junior Winners – Round Robin

U/18 Boys Singles Callum Brown R/U Ryan Ringer-Duffy; U/18 Boys Doubles Liam Irlam, Callum Brown R/U Ryan Ringer-Duffy, John Palmer Jnr; U/15 Boys Singles Ryan Ringer-Duffy R/U Bradley McGarvie; U/15 Boys Doubles Ryan Ringer-Duffy, Jordan Mason R/U James Kelly, Bradley McGarvie; U/12 Open Singles Abbie Stacey R/U Jordan Mason.


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