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TABLE TENNIS: Teams back on the table in Grantham league

Table Tennis news.
Table Tennis news.

Grantham and District Table Tennis League has restarted after the festive break.

Cranmer A, with Colin Richardson on 80 per cent, now lead Division One by 13 points over Links Taxis. At the bottom, Arbons A and BT look like facing relegation.

In Division Two, Navenby and Betas are neck and neck at the top, whilst down at the bottom the two Ancaster teams, C and D, are head to head to avoid relegation. Navenby’s Richard Pullen has only lost once so far.

DVS Crowns lead Division Three, chased by Newark and Classics, but Crowns still look favourites for the title.


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