Yorkshire and the Humber Reviews 2018
Table Tennis Competition - Results
Ian Denton from Dearne Valley contact centre was the surprise winner of the mens singles in the recently held Hassra regional Table Tennis Event as he scored a shock singles final victory over multi regional and national champion Phil Cawser
The event received a pleasing entry of 40 members and play commenced in the men event with 7 groups of either 4 or five players who played a round robin within their groups with the winner and runner up of each group qualifying for a main event knockout whilst the remainder of entrants qualified for a plate knockout
Top seed Cawser eased through to the semi final where he faced another former champion in Ian Teale and saw Cawser take an 11-3 11-4 11-3 victory to book his place in the final while Denton beat reigning champion Andy Lee 11-5 11-5 11-2 in their semi final.
The final was a thriller and went to five games but on this occasion it was Denton who pulled away in the decider to record an 11-8 8-11 13-11 10-12 11-4 victory and book his palce in the national finals along with Cawser.
Results Latter Stages
P Cawser beat L Samuel 11-3 11-2 11-1
I Teale beat G Normanton 11-4 11-5 11-3
I Denton beat A Short 11-2 11-1 11-2
A Lee beat D Lewis 11-6 11-6 11-4
Cawser beat Teale 11-3 11-4 11-3
Denton beat Lee 11-5 11-5 11-2
Denton beat Cawser 11-8 8-11 13-11 10-12 11-4
The mens plate saw Anjum Shakeel of Bradford Debt Management beat Mohammed Pandor of PIP in Bradford 11-3 11-6 11-2 in the final.
There was also a mens doubles event which saw Ian Teale and David Wood beat Cawser and Mahmood Patel in the final.
The ladies event attracted an entry of 6 players who played a round robin which was won by reigning champion, retired member Jackie Wood who retained her title from newcomer Faye Benning from Bradford SC PIP.
Wood and Benning also picked up the ladies doubles when a three team round robin saw them take the title from Yvonne Kill and Leigh Waller.
Horsforth GC event Y & H Golf Society Competition-Results
Superb course and weather was good to us once again, warm rain for a while a bit of a novelty.
1st Andy Swalwell 41 pts
2nd Brendan French 37 pts
3rd John Seymour 36 pts