The overall Division 1 winners

London Academy NJL final standings

Author:
Paul Stimpson

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Division 1

The surprise package of the day was RBKC A, who have previously finished in fifth place on Days 1, 2 and 3. However, they were the top team on Day 4, finishing with 17 points, ahead of Weald and London Academy A both on 16 points, with Weald ahead of London Academy, as they beat them.

Valerio Bucci, the No 1 for London Academy A, remained undefeated on the day, with 8/8. Timmy Walters, No 1 from Darenth A, won 9/10.

However, for Division 1 only, medals were awarded based on the whole season, not just Day 4. Weald were the overall champions for the season on 70 points, with London Academy in second place with 64 points. Weald’s team over the season was Arthur Bracken, Shem Lejarde, Lewis March and George Marsh.

Division 2

Horsham Spinners, who were understrength on Day 3 and got relegated into Division 2 for Day 4, fielded a very strong team on Day 4.

John Strang at No 1 won all 10 of his matches & received excellent support from No 2 Sam Watts & No 3 Oli Thorne, who both won 9/10. Oli impressed, as he beat seven players ranked above him.

So Horsham Spinners ended up on 28 points and the second best team, Brighton City A, had 20 points. Alessio Marrocco, the No 2 from Brighton City A, won 8/10, only losing his two matches vs Spinners players.

Division 3

Twickenham Brunswick A also finished with 28 points on Day 4. They won Division 4 on Day 2 & then won Division 3 on Day 4.

Their No 1 Finlay Feil had 9/10 wins, their No 2 Harshil Shah won 8/9 & their No 3 Arya Lim Amiri won 9/9. RBKC B finished in second place with 19 points & their No 1 Francesco Bonato won 9/10.

Division 4

London Academy B won Division 4 with 23 points. Brighton City D were second with 20 points. Josh Jackson, the No 1 from London Academy D led the averages, with 10/10 & was closely followed by team-mate Robert Ionascu at No 2 with 9/10 and by George Jackson, the No 1 from London Academy B with 7/8. Kian Mulenga, the No 3 from Brighton City D, also won 9/10.

Division 5

RBKC I won Division 5 with 16 points from a possible 27. They were closely followed in second place by Twickenham Brunswick C with 15 points.

Adam Gold from Twickenham Brunswick C got the highest average, with 5/6, but he sat out of the third match. In joint second place were Annie Williams & Hamish Walters from RBKC I and Liam Gordon from RBKC J, who all won 7/9.

Please note that for Day 4, Divisions 5 & 6, previously 2 divisions of 4 teams, were merged into one division of 4 teams, as 4 teams did not attend.

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