Table tennis: Round-up of matches
Unicorn were 6-4 winners over Leicester Electricity in Division One of the Leicester & District League.
Both M Scutt and C Foo enjoyed maximums to lead the way.
In Division Two, Nomads and Knighton Park fourths drew, two each for Zaheer Mohamed and Cliff Smith, while Max Lewis Clarke got a couple for Park.
Ajax Wolvey were again in good form as they beat Electricity thirds by the maximum score. Aiden Walsh, Mick Alsopp and Jon Williams were in fine form.
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Two Knighton Park teams – fourths and fifths – met and it was a win for the fifths, 7-3.
Shirley Pickering, John Underwood and Oliver Dovey scored a brace each, while Max Lewis-Clarke got two for the fourth team.
Electricity thirds lost 6-4 to Unicorn seconds. A Cliff Smith maximum saw Nomads to a 7-3 win at Goons.
Ajax Wolvey were maximum-score winners at Park thirds. A good maximum for Andy Wright, backed by a brace each for Sam Ravenhurst and Russell Pettitt led their team, Electricity seconds, to a 7-3 win over Park fourths.
Abbots seconds were 6-4 winners over Blaby. There were two each for Visual Parmar and Geoff Hancock and they combined for the doubles win.
A good maximum for John Winsper helped Blaby & Whetstone to a 7-3 win over Nomads firsts.
Abbots Road seconds and Park fourths drew. Man-of-the-match was Abbots' Vishal Parmer, with a maximum.
In Division Three, Great Glen were beaten 8-2 by Park eighths as Jack Mooney led the way with a maximum.
Arnesby were 8-2 winners over Syston seconds. Dave Wagstaff and Dave Small enjoyed a maximum each.
The Rose Johnson Bowl, a four-a-side handicap competition inaugurated in 1934, is one of the longest running competitions in this area.
It is open to all teams in the county and is unusual in that neither sets nor games count, it is purely points.
Round One Results: Knighton Park 5 bt Regent Sports 1 287-263, Leicester Electricity 2 bt Leicester Electricity 1 335-315, Knighton Park 4 bt Goons 327-321, Knighton Park 2 bt Great Glen 333-299, Abbots Road 1 bt Regents Sports 2 344-308, Knighton Park 1 bt Abbots Road 3 311-306, Knighton Park 3 bt Syston Casuals 335-268, Abbots Road 2 bt Nomads 326-321.
Draw for quarter-finals: (KP = Knighton Park): KP3 v KP1, Electricity 2 v Abbots Road 1, KP2 v Abbots Road 2, KP4 v KP5