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Table tennis trophy night

PUBLISHED: 11:00 20 June 2008 | UPDATED: 07:28 01 August 2010

The Beccles and District Table Tennis League held its annual presentation evening to honour all the winners and runners-up from the 2007/8 playing season.

The Beccles and District Table Tennis League held its annual presentation evening to honour all the winners and runners-up from the 2007/8 playing season.

The King's Head public house, Woodton, a sponsor for the league, was the venue and Alan Cook of Alan Cook Accommodations presented the trophies.

This year landlady Sarah Gibbs provided a quiz which provided good entertainment. It saw Woodton Magpies gain free entry into the league next season. The Magpies have won the quiz two years running.

The league annual meeting is being held at Hales Village Hall on Wednesday, June 25 starting at 8pm.

The winners and runners-up from the season were: Premier League winners: Withersdale Rejects. Runners-up Hales Ants. Division One League Winners: Woodton Magpies. Runners-up Hales Eagles.

Knock-Out Handicap Cup Winners Hales Eagles. Runners-up: Withersdale Rejects. Knock-Out Handicap Plate Winners: Hales Hopefuls. Runners-up: Framingham Gull.

Open Singles winner: James Skilleter (Rejects). Runner-up: Barney Garrod (Ants). Open Doubles Winners: James Skilleter (Rejects) and Oly Howes (Gnats). Runners-up: Barney Garrod (Ants) and Adrian Key (Ants).

Junior Under 21 Singles Winner: Tom Herne (Nutters). Runner-up: Joe Herne (Nutters). Open Handicap Singles Winner: Joe Herne (Nutters). Runners-up: Steve Griffee (Ants).

Over 60 Handicap Singles Winner: Adrian Key (Ants). Runner-up: Doug Cheer (Magpies). Under 60 Handicap Singles Winner: Steve Griffee (Ants). Runner-up: Tom Herne (Nutters).

Pot-Luck Doubles Winners: James Skilleter (Rejects) and Doug Cheer(Magpies). Runners-up: Greg Collett (Rejects) and Alf Stubbs (Magpies). Open 11up Singles Winner: James Skilleter (Rejects). Runner-up: Greg Collett (Rejects).


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