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National Cadet League Results – 25th Mar 2018

Teams from Ashford competed in the final day of the National Cadet League (Under 15’s) at Cippenham Table Tennis Club in Slough, Berkshire.

This season we have 2 Ashford teams (-2 on 2016-17) across two divisions in the NCL.

Ashford A – Division 1

Team: Ayush Buche, Amit Bose, Harry Searle

First up was a 2-4 loss to Kingfisher A, with Ayush winning both his games.

This was followed by a very tight 3-3 draw against Cippenham A with both Ayush and Harry beating Douglas Claridge Hanson 3-2.

Next up was a 0-6 defeat to Crusaders A – the top side who won all 30 of their matches on the day.

Then another 3-3 draw this time with Crusaders C featuring 2 wins for Ayush and one for Amit.

The final match resulted in a 2-4 loss to second place Crusaders B.

Overall the team achieved a fifth place position.

Ashford B – Division 3

Team: Parin Shah, Sam Piesley, Joseph Jafari, Oliver McKay

The first match was against Cippenham B (the eventual league winners). We lost 1-5, but it was much closer than the scoreline suggests. Sam narrowly lost both his matches 2-3.

Next up was a 4-2 win against Chiltern A, with wins for Parin, Sam and Oliver.

Then followed another 4-2 win against Hillingdon A, with wins for Oliver, Joseph and Sam.

The final two matches finished in victories, first a 5-1 win against Oxford B and then a 6-0 win against Hillingdon B.

So for the third round in succession, Ashford B finished 2nd in Division 3 – again narrowly missing out on top spot.

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Mark Roper About the Author: Mark Roper is the club’s junior development officer responsible for teams in the girls Junior British League, National Cadet League, National Junior Leagues teams, ETTA county and inter league tournaments, friendly matches with other clubs and promotional events with local cubs, brownies and Spelthorne schools.

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