After taking a fortnight recess due to the virus scare, the committee of the Orford and District Table Tennis decided late last week to return to play.
The Vikings team name returns this week to fill the void left by Broadwater standing down for the rest of the season.
RESULTS WEEK 3
Myndarra defeated Attunga 5.21/3.13
The upset rubber of this match was Attunga's Kelly Wortley defeating Dom Angarano, Myndarra 12/10, 11/7, 5/11, 9/11 and 11/8. Myndarra's Aaron Rowbottom won his three rubbers dropping a game to Val Wortley, Dom won two rubbers, while Ally Rowbottom defeated Pat Dwyer 8/11, 11/5, 11/5, 4/11 and 11/6.
Best for Attunga was Kelly, while Val Wortley won a rubber on a night where five rubbers were extended.
Orford defeated Tarrone 6.18/3.12
Orford's Tony Storer, Ray Young and David Rowbottom all won two rubbers while Tarrone's David Warhurst won his three. Seems that during the second round of rubbers the players put more into it as all three rubbers were extended to four games - Orford winning two and Tarrone the third.
Pt Fairy lost to Warrnambool Warriors 7.24/2.11
No doubles, early night, forget it! With five of nine rubbers extended, coupled with high game scores, both teams hit out some cobwebs.
Pt Fairy's Anthony Ciconte opened the night with a five-game win over Warrior's Neil Ford 11/8, 5/11, 10/12, 11/8 & 11/5 setting the tone for the night. Anthony lost in five to Peter Owen 9/11, 11/8, 9/11, 13/11 and 6/11 Peter went on to win his three rubbers for the night.
Warrnambool Warriors were able to win three of the four rubbers that went to four games, with Neil and David Cranwell winning two rubbers, Anthony was Pt Fairy's best with two rubbers.
Glengleeson received a forfeit from Broadwater
Tarrone v Myndarra
This close match depends on the Myndarra youngsters in Nick Bartlett and Ally Rowbottom winning two rubbers.
Aaron Rowbottom just might be their only three rubber winner if David Warhurst, Andrew McGrath and Steve Young account for the youngsters.
Warrnambool Warriors v Orford
Warriors will have an enjoyable trip back to Warrnambool after plundering the four points in a wipe-out.
Vikings v Pt Fairy
Due to virus concerns, Broadwater has pulled out of the competition, but a team has risen to fill the void. Dom Angarano, Ray Young and Bill Lyons have put their heads together and decided to have a go.
They just might have their first win with this match.
Attunga v Glengleeson
Attunga will gain valuable percentage in this match.
Myndarra v Warrnambool Warriors
Orford v Pt Fairy
Attunga v Vikings
Glengleeson v Tarrone