BATTS, Ormesby and Brighton all have a possibility to ensure their place within the prime 4 of the Premier Division when the league splits by profitable their fixtures this Saturday.
All three sit on the prime of the league having received 4 of their 5 matches to this point this season. Nonetheless they every face robust opposition with Fusion, TableTennisDaily and Drumchapel Glasgow standing of their approach.
Ormesby will make the journey to Bristol to face TableTennisDaily (TTD). New to the league this 12 months TTD have picked up two spectacular wins, and shall be trying to bounce again from a 7-0 defeat to BATTS final trip.
Callum Evans, Tom Maynard and Dan Ives will line up on the PingPod in opposition to final season’s league runners up. Anthony Kent, TTD Workforce Supervisor is aware of the power that the visiting aspect possesses.
He mentioned: “Ormesby have nice squad depth, so we all know whoever they put out shall be an actual problem however we’re able to tackle the league leaders and it’d be nice to trigger an enormous upset in our final residence fixture earlier than the division splits.”
David McBeath would be the north-east aspect’s primary alongside fellow Englishman Ben Piggott and Jose Enio Mendes from Portugal. Mendes comes into the tie in good kind having picked up a participant of the match award in January for his efficiency in opposition to North Ayrshire.
Chris Doran, Alexis Douin and Ralph Pattison will look to increase BATTS’ glorious run of kind as they host Fusion in Saturday’s early match.
Beginning at 13:00 Fusion look to be with out both of the Trumpauskas father-son duo which have made up their squads to this point this marketing campaign. Their trio is ready to incorporate membership regulars Shaquille Webb-Dixon and Robert Pelc. Tianyi Yu is because of make the step as much as play their first Premier Division sport of the season.
Drumchapel Glasgow are nonetheless attempting to find their first win of the season, and can face a troublesome activity as they welcome Brighton TTC to Scotland. The house-side will hand a debut to Joe Mulhern who shall be joined by Garry Dodd and Danny Bajwa.
Terry McLernon MBE, membership founder, praised Mulhern forward of what is going to be a memorable afternoon.
He mentioned: “It’s nice to have Premier Division desk tennis again at Drumchapel once more. The crew have discovered it difficult this season however the expertise shall be worthwhile.
“Younger Joe will make his debut this weekend which we’re all wanting ahead to. He’s been working onerous and deserves his probability – I’m certain he’ll study quite a bit from the sport.”
All fixtures shall be streamed live on TTE.TV, you can even catch-up on earlier rounds and watch all of the motion once more.
The one remaining spherical six tie between Ormeau and North Ayrshire shall be performed on Saturday twenty fifth February.
Picture credit score – Michael Loveder
Saturday tenth February
BATTS v Fusion – 13:00
TableTennisDaily v Ormesby – 14:00
Drumchapel Glasgow TTC v Brighton TTC – 15:00