Battle for table tennis titles hots up

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With only three weeks of the Milton Keynes Table Tennis League season remaining, Premier Division leaders MK Spinners lost their first game to Greenleys Legends 4-6.

Legends only had two players, but Dinil Poulose won his three games, Ian Doughty two, and the doubles success gave them the win. However, Spinners are still 23 points ahead of nearest rivals Respect 1st Consulting Tigers and look certain to retain their league title.

In Division One, OU Pavilion have opened up a 10 point lead at the top thanks to an 8-2 victory over MK Pumas, Kelvin Choong and Feng Li both with maximums. Nearest rivals MK Powers and MK Phoenix could only draw 5-5.

MK Bandits have gone five points clear in Division Two after a 9-1 victory against MK Nobs Mob, with Ivan Brown and Andy Jenkins both winning three games for Bandits.

NP Lagondas and OU Dragons are fighting it out for top spot in Division Three after both teams won 7-3 last week, Jim Brogan with a treble for Lagondas and Ping Lo likewise for Dragons.

Only two teams in the whole of the league still remain unbeaten – OU Falcons in Division Four and Greenleys Cardinals in Division Six who look certain of promotion, being 30 points ahead.