Table tennis: Syston Casuals in great form
Syston Casuals were 7-3 winners over Knighton Park 3rds in Division One thanks to a Jason Woodfield maximum.
Thringstone beat Knighton Park 4ths in a close match, 6-4, a straight maximum for Maurice Newman plus a brace for Barry Taylor making the difference.
Knighton Park's first string trounced Desford by the maximum score with Karen Smith, Adam Cross and Eddie Lyons in good form.
Northwood were 6-4 winners over Howell. There were two successes each for Matthew Briggs and Kevin Parker.
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A Tony Smith maximum was not enough for Desford, who lost 7-3 to Northwood.
Electricity 1sts were 8-2 winners over Abbots Road 1sts, Dave Grundy with a maximum, while Dave Gannon got a brace for Abbots.
Two Knighton Park teams clashed in Division Three and it finished 9-1 for the eighth team over the sixth. Geoge McClurkin and Jack Mooney claimed maximums while Rod Taylor prevented the whitewash.
Park's seventh team got home 6-4 against Leics Tax's first string. Man of the match was Bruce Johnson with a straight maximum for Tax.
Maximums for Alex Mason and Kevin Trueman led Great Glen to a 7-3 win over Electricity 4ths.
Nomads 2nds were also involved in a close match as they beat Regents 2nds 6-4. Steve Andrews claimed a hard-fought maximum for Nomads.
In Division Five, Leics Tax 2nds beat Park's 10th team 9-1. Maximums for Steve Gill and Mick Harvey helped Nomads 4ths beat Magna Travellers 7-3.
Knighton Park's 10th team overcame Abbots Road 5ths 6-4. Man of the match was Abbots' Trevor Drury, with a maximum.
Park's 11th team and Leicester Police drew. Nomads 5ths were 9-1 winners at Regents Sports. Andy Burnham and Dave Croucher managed maximums.