Warrington finish top in Halton Cadet competition

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The Division One winners from Warrington A

Warrington A won the top division at the National Cadet League competition held at Halton TTC.

Over the winter, 18 teams of Under-15 players came together on four weekends to compete in three divisions at the Select Security Stadium, Widnes.

Warrington A came through to win the First Division on 96, with Stockport second on 86 and Halton A third on 81.

Harry Watson of Halton A topped the league averages, winning 38 out of 40 for 95% with Connor Whitehead of Warrington A a close second on 91.7%, winning 33 out of 36. William Hoyle of Stockport was third in the averages on 78%.

Warrington A consisted of Connor Whitehead, Jordan Glendenning and Johanne Power, while the Stockport A team was William Hoyle, William Gregson and Ahab Isaac.

The Wigan team which won the Second Division

The Second Division was won by Wigan on 83 points, with Rhyl second on 78 and Halton C on 77. Stockport B started the day in top position but dropped to fourth place on 71.

Top of the averages was Abishek Bathula of Rhyl on 100%, having won all 34 matches. Shonal Kapoor of Stockport C was next on 81% with Harvey Beattie (Wigan) on 73%.

The Wigan team was Cameron Moore, Harvey Beattie and Frankie McConville. Rhyl Community TT Club were represented by Abishek Bathula, Ben Moore and Matthew Fox.

Division Three winners Halton D

A strong season from the Halton D team saw them win the Third Division. An unbeaten final day in Cheshire ensured the Halton team remained in the top after impressive displays throughout the year. On the last day the team won 28 points out of 30 available, winning by a margin of 33 having started the day 12 points clear.

The star of the show throughout the season for Halton D was No 1 player Ryan Makin. He won 33 of his 38 matches, to take second place in the league averages, behind unbeaten Thomas Bawn, from Ellesmere Port, who played 30 matches. Jack Jones of Halton was on 100%, joining the team during the season and winning all 16 matches played. Lucy McColm (24 from 28) finished third in the averages and Bradley Fox won 28 from 38 to finish fifth of players playing over 50% of matches.

Ellesmere Post and Chester TT Club, in their first season in the league as a new PremierClub, performed well to finish as runners-up. Thomas Bawn and Ryan Colclough were joined by young players Maddie Mcdonald, Harvey Bawn and Logan lee for the last day.

Karen Tonge
May 5, 2015

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