Table tennis: Newman charge fires Thringstone to win
A straight maximum for Maurice Newman helped Thringstone to a 6-4 win against Northwood in Division One of the Leicester & District League.
Unicorn beat Knighton Park firsts 7-3 with Mark Scutts and C Foo leading the way.
Electricity firsts demolished Holwell with Matt Hobday, Andy LeButt and Dave Gannon on form.
Desford beat Newfoundpool 7-3 with doubles for Tony Smith, Sohail Caratella and Anil Yogi.
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In Division Two, Ajax are still unbeaten. Their latest success was a whitewash of Abbots seconds with Aiden Walsh, Mick Allsop and Jon Williams doing the business.
Two-man Blaby beat Goons 6-4, John Winsper the man of the match with a maximum, while Electricity thirds were 6-4 winners over Regents Sports.
Arnesby seconds and Great Glen had to share the spoils in Division Three. Man of the match for Glen was Kevin Truman, whose maximum included a good win over Dave Small.
Regents Sports seconds were 7-3 winners against Nomads seconds, Rob Price recording a full house. Steve Andrews got two for Nomads.
Newfoundpool beat two-man Leicester Tax 6-4 thanks to a maximum from Tony Gil.
Nomads thirds managed a draw with Knighton Park ninths in Division Four. Stephanie Burley scored a good maximum for the Nomads.
Desford were beaten at home by Wigston Conservatives, Dave Starkie leading the way.
Regents Sports thirds were beaten 6-4 by Blaby & Whetstone.
Desford thirds triumphed 6-4 at Abbots thirds, with the man of the match award going to Steve Lomas.
Abbots won 9-1 against Regent Sports fourths, Fahed Sacoor and Jabar Singh with maximums.