St Ives A completed their season with a 10-0 whitewash of Redruth A in the West Cornwall Table Tennis League. The team of John Bassett, Mike Fisher and Wayne Vincent were in fine fettle. Mike was pushed to five ends by Bernard Harvey, and Paul Thomas pinched an end from John Bassett.

St Austell A also had an easy 9-1 win over their C team.

In the first division, St Ives B are very handily placed to take the title following their 9-1 away win over Harris Mill B. Yul Tammo was the best Mill player, taking ends off Curry Vincent and Matthew Trevorrow, before beating Matthew Nunes in five ends.

People's Palace D seem to be cracking under the pressure of living on the edge at the top of the table. They only managed a 6-4 away victory over Redruth B, who were playing Richard Piggott in the place of the unavailable Gerry Barnicoat. Brian Lawrence and Brian Nicholls both lost to William Carnell and Andrew Reynolds, but the two Brian's were lucky to get the better of Richard, who was unlucky no to pinch a win. The ever reliable Neville Thomas steadied the ship with a hat-trick and the doubles with Brian Lawrence.

In the second division, Cape Cornwall are making a late charge up the table. They became the first side to do the double over People's Palace F this season when they made the long trip to Truro and recorded a 6-4 win. The old man of league table tennis, Gordon Hoyes, could only work up enough energy to gain one win, the other oldy, Fred Ingram, had an even worse night and lost all his games.

It was left to Mark Thomas to win all his games to give the result a bit of respectability. David May and Tom Rashleigh won two each, with one win from Scott Meagor. Cap then went on to have a 9-1 home success over Redruth C.

Mylor Bridge B had an 8-2 victory over People's Palace G, who only fielded two players. Peter Filer managed one win and then he and Howard Martin then won the doubles in four ends.

Mylor Bridge C had two good wins in the third division. Firstly, at home to People's Palace K. Luk Bristow gave Al Heuston and Ken Norcross something to think about, but the experience came through in the end. The Palace team of Luk, Huw Vicary and Loz Hendra all managed on win each, for a 7-3 result. Mylor then travelled to Bridge D to gain an 8-2 win. Ryan Reed was their irritant, with wins over John Northcroft and Ken Norcross.

Other results - Premier Division: People's Palace A 9, Mylor Bridge A 1; Falmouth Docks A 8, People's Palace B 2.

First Division: Bridge B 7, Harris Mill B 3; Falmouth Docks C 8, Penpol 2; People's Palace E 3, Falmouth Docks D 7; Penpol 0, Harris Mill A 10.

Second Division: Falmouth Docks D 5, Bridge C 5; Redruth D 8, People's Palace G 2; Harris Mill C 2, St Ives C 8; Harris Mill D 5, Falmouth Docks D 5.

Third Division: Mylor Bridge D 3, Cape Cornwall B 7; St Ives D 8, People's Palace H 4; Penryn College 5, People's Palace K 5.