TREFNANT-based Trinity A have maintained their lead at the top of Division One in the Llandudno and District Table Tennis League, despite the need for squad rotation.

Last week they used super sub Fred Moore, who stepped in to gain a valuable seven points in the match against Conwy A.

He narrowly lost out to Melvyn Booker and Paul Hulme, before beating Sean Lucas.

The doubles proved to be a very tight affair, especially the 18-16 game and Conwy A twice had points to win the clash before they were edged out over five games.

Stuart Dearden was the strongest player on the night, dropping only one game.

In Division Two, Amlwch C maintained their fine start to the season and they top the table following a 26-11 victory over Y Morfa C.

George Hadcock continues to lead the way for the islanders, winning nine games for the loss of only three.

He teamed up with Jason Coe in the doubles to secure a further three points.

For the visitors, Harry Jones secured seven games, while losing out five times.

Craig-y-Don B lost out 18-17 to Police B in the tightest encounter of the current season.

Peter Roberts, representing Police B, secured a maximum, although he had a walkover as John Bastin had to go early.

Both Nigel Watson and Dave Strange won two games each, but it was not enough.

Police B are now third in the table.

Y Morfa B secured a 20-14 victory over Henllan to leapfrog them into third place in the table.

Bill Wooley secured a maximum and teamed up with Steve Davies to land the doubles 3-1.

Chris Watkins proved to be the strongest Henllan player, as she won two singles matches.


Division 1: Trinity A 25 Conwy A 17.

Division 2: Amlwch C 26 Y Morfa C 11, Y Morfa B 20 Henllan 14, Craig-y-Don B 17 Police B 18