Cavendish Table Tennis Club enjoyed another exceptional season in the Eastbourne Table Tennis League.
The D team (above left) became division six champions and the A team won the Police Cup in emphatic style.
Winson Cheung (18), William Goodstone (12), Ryan Gregory (14) and Tim Russell (13) proved too strong for the rest in division six and finished 40 points ahead of the E team who finished runners-up in their first season. Ty Bruce (14) impressed with a 75 per cent win rate and won all three against the division five champs.Cav D only lost one match against the division five winners St Michael’s A (Lewes) 6-4.
William Goodstone won the most promising junior player award at the league presentation. William won 44 matches from 48 and nearly all of those were beating experienced adult league players.
The A team had a mid table finish just 11 points off the title winners Eastbourne Borough E. But in the Police Cup final they came back from the dead to beat division four champions Polegate B. They came back from 1-4 down to win 5-4 with Dan Russell (16) and Ed Stokes (16) winning the cup for the second time and Sam Jack (19) winning it in his first final.
Club coach Will Holt said “The club has developed massively over a short period of time and is now an ETTA Premier Club.
“There is junior coaching available on Wednesdays at Hampden Park Sports Centre and junior squad coaching and league matches are played on Friday nights at Cavendish Sports Centre”.
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