Premiership still close
WITH only one round remaining of the Monday night fixture competition at the Leichhardt Park Table Tennis complex in Campbell Street, Rockhampton, a few teams still have a realistic chance of snatching the premiership and a solid victory could make all the difference.
Grant Pettett and Daniel Wilton have a five-point break and will be difficult to reel in, however, the second-placed combination of Jeffrey Jordan and Matthew Elliott could easily emerge as serious threats while youngsters Kerrod Coughlan and Joseph Yeomans are definitely in the hunt as they follow by a mere three points.
With only four points separating the next four sides a tight finish is on the cards.
Patricia Green and Paula Hockings sit in fourth spot, one point off the pace.
The Friday junior fixture winds up this week on the firstpast-the-post system and the stage is set for an incredible finish with several teams quite capable of taking out the flag.
Mickey Udompol and Dean Van Itallie hold the lead on 16 points, however, Joshua Gregson and Peter Yeomans are only one point in arrears a solitary point to the good of Jason Hockings and Russell Taylor.