Mayor's visit is a real hit
Watton mayor Keith Gilbert and his wife visited Watton Table Tennis Club's open night recently.Club secretary David Miller said: “The mayor played in a doubles match and thoroughly enjoyed himself.
Watton mayor Keith Gilbert and his wife visited Watton Table Tennis Club's open night recently.
Club secretary David Miller said: “The mayor played in a doubles match and thoroughly enjoyed himself.
“We gave a demonstration of our new tables - these are easily opened by one person, as shown by Shirley Smith, one of our stalwart captains.”
Councillors Alan Osborn and Paul McCarthy played.
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Paul, despite a badly injured wrist, played several games. Alan is a club member and plays for a team.
The Wymondham League's Senior Tournament was held last weekend.
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Division Two doubles: winners Tamas and Daniel Dalmay, r-u Kevin and Adrian Dumble.
Open doubles: Nigel Houseago and David Attridge, r-u Mats and James Olsson.
Division One singles: Andrew Grave, r-u Rob Buttle.
Open singles: Owe Karlsson, r-u Mats Olsson.
Winner over 40 vets: Nigel Houseago.
Division One winner's medal: Mike Alderson.
Over 50 vets: David Attridge.