Simon Jiang stole the show in the 10th round of the Goulburn Table Tennis Club's A Grade competition, with two five-set wins over Jack Gray and Robert McIntosh.
These two victories were followed by a narrow defeat to Leon Jensen in yet another five-set match, but Jiang's efforts nevertheless helped the Eels secure a 6-5 victory over the Rhinos.
Mark Soley's 88's cemented their minor premiership credentials with a 6-5 win over the Eagles, as the best match saw Richie Jiang extended to the limit before downing Lachlan Bill in five sets.
The final A Grade match was taken out by Chintan Trivedi's Panthers 7-4 over James Turner's Bulldogs. The pivotal match in that clash saw Sam Dunn defeat Nicola Fraser in five tough sets.
In the 11th round, all three matches were won 6-5.
The first encounter saw the 88's side defeat the Eels, with seven of the 11 rubbers going to five sets. The best of these was Rod Blake's two wins over the previously unbeaten Mark Soley and fast-improving Lachlan Bill 13-11 in the fifth set.
Other five-setters saw Bill defeat both Simon Jiang 13-11 in the fifth and Isaac Mavrolelefterou by a similar close margin. The final three five-setters went to Mavrolefterou over Siobhan Scott and the 88's won the two doubles matches.
The Rabbitohs snuck home against the Bulldogs, as Michael Turner played well to defeat his brother James in four sets. This game was of a remarkably high quality, and both players had chances to take out the win.
The final match witnessed the long-awaited clash of the current Goulburn Champion Richie Jiang and four-time former champion Chintan Trivedi.
Again, the match was of an extremely high quality with the first four sets being shared two apiece. Trivedi's greater experience proved the difference in the end winning the final set in convincing fashion.
Chintan's effort went a long way towards his team Panthers winning the match over Jiang's Eagles with the added bonus of Panthers sneaking into fourth spot on the competition ladder.
In the 10th round of the B Grade competition, the Pies defeated the Jet Setters 6-5 with two five-set wins by Qiana Betts over Jamie Miles and Tommy Hailston over Leo Li.
The Storm defeated the Demons 6-5, with Peter Trama excelling with straight set wins over Phil Fraser and Kev Fitzgerald and a four-set victory over Bob Philipson.
The Dragons beat the Dockers 6-5, with Sam Dunn getting past Maddy Turner in five sets.
The Doggies snared the Sharks 6-5 with Wayne King stopping Dave Howlett in five tough sets.
Round 11 saw all matches won by a 7-4 margin.
The Jet Setters took out the Dockers with Sam Plumb beating Luke McDonald in three. The Demons slew the Dragons as Phil Fraser defeated Dave Manning in five sets.
The Pies netted the Sharks with Jamie Miles beating Qiana Betts and Leo Li both in five sets. Wayne King also overcame Qiana 11-9 in the fifth set.
The last match saw the Doggies defeat the competition leaders Storm with two five-setters going to Dave Plumb over Dave Howlett and Kev Fitzgerald over Dave Perkins.
Players and newcomers are reminded that a social Table Tennis morning is held every Wednesday 10am to noon at the John Lees Centre at Sportsway, off Finlay Road.
Everyone is welcomed to attend. All ages and abilities are catered for, and the first two visits are free.
Thursday and Friday social and practice nights are held each week starting at 7pm.
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