SPARKS and Tigers sit jointly atop Division One with 15 points each after week two of the Mid-Cheshire Table Tennis Super League.

Tigers enjoyed a comfortable 10-0 win over bottom side Winsford, while Sparks ran-out 6-4 winners over fellow high-flyers George Abbotts Butchers.

Sparks’ former league singles champion Shaun Hall played his first game in Mid Cheshire for three seasons, and won all three of his matches.

The Butchers were unfortunate when James Eaton was taken ill while leading against Ray Worthington and had to concede his remaining sets.

John Perry combined with Hall to win the decisive doubles over George Abbott and Brian Johns, 11-8 in the fifth.

Meanwhile, Victoria Club 1 had a second 5-5 draw, this time away against Wreckers, for whom Terry Turner was at his imperious best, winning three.

Martin Thomson and Keith Mitchell both won two and Brian McGee one for the Vic Club, while Helena Dennett beat McGee in four-sets and combined with Turner to win the doubles in five to ensure the draw.

Elsewhere, Lemmings battled to a 5-5 draw at Raptors, with Steve Stockton winning all three of his singles,

Mark Darlington won and Lemmings also won the doubles to earn the draw.

In Division Two, Cobras raced to a 9-1 win over Manweb to head the Division with 17 points.

Manweb’s only point came in Andy Woodyatt’s 4-set win over Pete Battisson.

Bears kept up their challenge with an 8-2 win over Vikings, with Paul Curley the man-of-the-match, with three wins.

In the other match, Hawks enjoyed a 6-4 victory over Sticklebacks, with John Jestin in top form with a maximum and Matt Lafferty and Dave Motherwell both contributing, with one win each.

Snakes sit top of Division Three with 11 points, with a couple of results still outstanding, after a see-saw 5-5 draw away at Kinetics.

Martin Selby was outstanding for Kinetics, with a maximum, while George el-NImr and Mike Perks won two each for the Snakes and Phil Cheek’s win over George Berry ensured the share of the 10 points.