Tough for Heywood
Heywood Sports Squash teams have got off to a sluggish start in their summer league campaigns.
The first team recorded a loss against Barnham Broom going down 14-3 with Jack Bell picking up a consolation win at third string.
The following week they also faced a below-strength Oasis team with both sides missing their number one, Neil Cross and Mark Nicholls respectively.
Diss won this encounter 16-5 with straight game victories and the bottom of the order from Bell and Dan Calver. Tom Bobbins won 3-2 at first string. Oasis' one win came from Ali Ponder who fought back from 2-1 down in games to beat Andy O'Toole 15-10 in the fifth.
Meanwhile the third team are still looking for their first win as they were beaten by Barnham Broom and Broadlands both 3-1.
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Diss recorded wins at the top of the order in both matches through Bell and Bobbins.
Next week the Suffolk League team host Lexden in what should be a hot battle. Thursday night, 7.40pm. All spectators welcome.
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n Heywood Sports Five-a-Side Football League moved into the second half of season five and this week saw Saracens knocked off the top of the league table after being beaten by the in-form Finningham White Horse.
They inflicted Saracens' third defeat of the season going down 9-6.
This has made way for AFC Timmy and The Cock Inn to move into joint first place on 24 points.
AFC Timmy blasted seven past Mitre I while The Cock Inn received a 5-0 walkover win while the league looks for a 10th team.
The match of the night was between CBFC and Brockdish King's Head where the latter went down in an extremely tight match losing 5-4.
The final match of the night saw Park Hotel get back to winning ways by beating Notts Forest 6-4.
Anyone interested in playing in the league, whether it is for the remainder of season five or to sign up for season six (or for further information), they should contact Jack Bell on 01379 643088.