JORAKEROGE secured the Worcester Table Tennis League Division Two runners-up spot by ending the season with two wins.

With Cripplegate Guild having already taken the championship, Jorakeroge defeated Hartlebury Wanderers 7-3 and Broadheath Belters 6-4.

Number one Luke Moffatt won all his singles in both matches.

In the Hartlebury match, Ken Baker and Rob Sinderberry won two singles with Brian Holyman replying for Hartlebury.

Against Broadheath, John Mytton and Sinderberry, who also claimed the doubles with Moffat, chipped in with a singles win apiece.

Hartlebury picked up two valuable points from a 5-5 draw with Cripplegate Guild.

Guild's unbeaten number one Phil Houghton defeated his opposite number Holyman in the last game to bag an equal share of the match points.

Holyman and Simon Webb won two singles for Hartlebury, while Dave Jeffries saw off Gordon Nicklin.

Himbleton C' just got the better of their A' team with a 6-4 win, thanks largely to Adam Throssell with three singles wins. Malcolm Parker added two more and Brian George accounted for Ray Rennison.

For the A' team, John Rowe beat Parker and George and was successful in the doubles with Dave Rothero.

Cripplegate Guild completed their season with a 6-4 win against Himbleton C'.

Houghton won his three singles for Guild, while Himbleton were best served by Throssell with two singles wins.

In Division Three, YMCA Elizabethans took maximum points from a 10-0 success at Strensham who narrowly missed out on winning the doubles.

Under-strength Love City Groove lost 10-0 at top-of-the-table St Martin's.

Dave Watton, Simon Gibson and Tony Harding took maximum points.

WGCC found the first chink in St Martin's armour all season after a 5-5 thriller. Only Graham Mereditch won all his matches.

Nemesis piled on the pressure on St Martin's with a 10-0 hammering of Love City Groove. Strensham recorded their second victory after a fine 6-4 win over YMCA Rookies.