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Top seed Chris Cockburn retains his open singles title

PUBLISHED: 16:25 07 March 2017

The open singles saw number one seed Chris Cockburn of Marauders retained his title with a 3-1 over Wattons Stephen Clubb.

The open singles saw number one seed Chris Cockburn of Marauders retained his title with a 3-1 over Wattons Stephen Clubb.

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Wymondham and District Table Tennis League recently held its annual tournament.

The open singles saw number one seed Chris Cockburn of Marauders retain his title with a 3-1 over Watton’s Stephen Clubb.

It was the two losing semi-finalists from the men’s open singles who competed for the veterans (over 40s) title, with last year’s winner Stuart Laws defeating fellow Saints player Jeremy Cocks 3-0.

Cockburn and Laws teamed up to take the doubles, defeating Phil Waity, also of Saints, and Cocks, 3-0 in the final.

Also achieving doubles were William Cugnoni (Ashwellthorpe Atoms) and Dan Milburn (Ketts Park) in their divisional events.

Watton’s Debbie Drew achieved a treble, winning the handicap singles, ladies singles and mixed doubles, with fellow Watton player Kevin Dumble.

Thanks to NMG for generously sponsoring the league.

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