Haddenham boosts points with victory over the Imps
HADDENHAM boosted their points tally with a much-needed win over Impington 2 this week.
HADDENHAM boosted their points tally with a much-needed win over Impington 2 this week, the Mohan lads only allowing the Imps to score two legs during their 10-0 demolition.
Despite their sizeable win however, a flurry of results from elsewhere left the champions trailing in fourth place albeit with a number of games in hand.
Soham marched on with a 7–3 victory at Gazeley where three wins each from Martin Freeland and Tony Everitt - plus the doubles – secured their win. Comrades moved into second place by virtue of a 6–4 success over Impington. Mirek Pazdziok scored another maximum ably supported by two wins from Tony Comiskey and one from James Nicholls.
Further down the table, Fulbourn 2 beat Haddenham 2 7–3, mainly due to three wins from Steve Trevanion whose play inspired Jon Chapman to two victories. Danny Bates picked up another before Steve and Jon took the doubles. Hugo Brown had two comfortable wins for Haddenham but couldn’t trouble Steve.
Division 2 action saw the ever-consistent Brian Mitchell take three singles wins and then spur his partner to a doubles victory over George Wood and Mick Foreman but all of that could not save Countess from going down 6-4 to Comrades 3.
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In Division 3, the Leek family had a good night out at Haddenham 4’s expense with Tim scoring a maximum, sons Howard and David scoring two each and Tim and Howard winning the doubles. Ben Nightingale won Haddenham’s two points only losing 14 –12 in the fifth set in his other game.