Mission lead way on tables

In the Dereham and District Table Tennis League, The Mission once again head up Division One.This is despite losing to 66A in the first game of the season and drawing with Swanton C midway through the first half.

In the Dereham and District Table Tennis League, The Mission once again head up Division One.

This is despite losing to 66A in the first game of the season and drawing with Swanton C midway through the first half.

Swanton A, though, are hot on their heels, despite their 7-3 loss to the leaders in early November.

Third-placed Bradenham are 12 points behind the leaders, but have a game in hand.


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In Division Two, Bintree A hold top spot, 13 points ahead of Swanton E, despite being without their number one, Mark Bishop, who has been seriously ill and hospitalised for several weeks.

Although he is on the mend, he is unlikely to make a comeback this season, but if Simon, Chris and Matthew continue their form into the second half, they will take some knocking off top spot.

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Swanton D, in third place, only two points behind their E side, also cannot be ruled out of contention.

New team, Watton, are finding the going tough at the bottom of the division, but, by all accounts, are enjoying their matches and looking forward to their first win in the second half of the season.

Division Three is currently headed up by new boys Hunworth, who are as yet unbeaten. Hot on their heels are Swanton H, 11 points adrift.

This division contains three more new teams, all of which are thoroughly enjoying their games.

Father-and-sons team Windsor Park; family team Hingham, (mum, dad and two sons), and Bawdeswell are all doing well in their first-ever competitive season and will, no doubt, improve their league positions in the second half of the season.

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