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The last North Devon Table Tennis League games of the season saw a draw between the top two Division 1 teams.

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Paul Laverty fittingly finishing his campaign with a treble for runners-up Adjudicators, but it was not enough to seal a win against the in-depth champions Torrington.

The Division 2 title already decided, Bandits completed their fixtures with a 7-3 win over Littleham, who failed by just one point to escape bottom place - if only they had started their season the way they finished!

Hopefuls took the runners up spot with a 9-1 win over Dolphins, triples going to Len Weston and Ben Morris, with David Bromfield saving the whitewash for Dolphins.

In the Ramsey Trophy semi-final, Littleham made full use of their handicap to beat Smugglers 6-3.

Well done to Dave Stone, Mike Bellew and Alan Pomeroy, who will now meet the winners of the semi-final between Torrington B v Adjudicators, to be played tomorrow Thursday.

Division 1: Torrington A 5, Adjudicators 5 (P Laverty 3).

Division 2: Dolphins 1, Hopefuls 9 (L Weston, B Morris 3); Hartland 6, Untouchables 4 (M Overson 3); Littleham 3, Bandits 7 (J Gawrisch, B Crompton 3); Torrington B 3, Herons 7 (N Sussex 3).

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