Co Antrim 5 – 5 Glenburn

Belfast and District Table Tennis Division 1 – Co antrim (5) – Glenburn (5).

Tonight we saw Co antrim take on Glenburn at home in Division 1 of the Belfast and District Table Tennis League. The match ended with a score line of Co antrim (5) and Glenburn (5). The format for the match was a 3 Vs 3 player format.

The players that were fielded for the Home Team Co antrim in their playing order were:

Dawid sulhouski
Adam faulkner
Andrew davies

For the doubles Co antrim decided to play Dawid s & Andrew d

On the Away Side Glenburn sent a team consisting of:

William cherry
Norman nabney
Andrew loane

For the doubles Glenburn had William c & Norman n joining forces to take on the hosts.

Match Break Down:
Singles
Fixture 1: Dawid sulhouski Vs William cherry Score: 3 – 1
Fixture 2: Adam faulkner Vs Norman nabney Score: 2 – 3
Fixture 3: Andrew davies Vs Andrew loane Score: 3 – 2
Fixture 4: Dawid sulhouski Vs Norman nabney Score: 3 – 1
Fixture 5: Adam faulkner Vs Andrew loane Score: 0 – 3
Fixture 6: Andrew davies Vs William cherry Score: 0 – 3
Fixture 7Dawid sulhouski Vs Andrew loane Score: 3 – 0
Fixture 8: Adam faulkner Vs William cherry Score: 0 – 3
Fixture 9: Andrew davies Vs Andrew davies Score: 2 – 3
Doubles
Fixture 10: Dawid s & Andrew d Vs William c & Norman n Score: 3 – 2.

With the match card now fully completed the final score of Co antrim (5) and Glenburn (5) was recorded.

John Fall reporting on the match said “Great match and fair result! Dawid showed his class for Antrim unbeaten all evening but the experience of Willy and norman made this a very exciting match. Antrim introduce Andrew Davies to their line up this season and got a narrow victory over Andrew loane but he was too steady for the up and coming Adam but he made a good debut and wasn’t overawed by the occasion! Antrim needed the doubles to make a decent end to a good match played in a competitive and friendly match”.

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Original Match Card

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