IT was back to league action for North Devon Table Tennis players this week - and to a familiar story - the top three teams from both divisions winning again. But it was a different story at the bottom, especially in Division 1, where Holsworthy A's big w

IT was back to league action for North Devon Table Tennis players this week - and to a familiar story - the top three teams from both divisions winning again.But it was a different story at the bottom, especially in Division 1, where Holsworthy A's big win over fellow strugglers Tornados means that only five points now separate the bottom four teams. Simon Parrish is a new name on the maximums list after winning all three of his games for Holsworthy.Hopefuls' first ever league win puts clear daylight between themselves and Loxhore, at the bottom of Division 2. Alan Cheung was unbeaten and was well supported by Tony Grenfell, back after some years away from league action, and captain Mike Fawcett. John Toms took two for Loxhore and with Nigel Childs scored their first doubles win of the campaign.Div 1: Smashers 3, Smugglers 7 ( R Latif 3 ); Misfits 4,Artics 6 (M Sussex, A Beal 3); Combe IA 6,Adjudicators 4 (P Laverty 3); Tornados 2, Holsworthy A 8 (S Parrish 3).Div 2: Holsworthy B 1, Castle Knights 9 (I Rice, K Rice 3); Hopefuls 7 (A Cheung 3), Loxhore 3; Littleham 7 (M Stevens 3),Sweenies 3; Dolphins 0, Cruisers 10 (D Bond, D Andrews, K McIntosh all 3); Herons 6 (R Gale 3), Rowdies 4; Loxhore 1 Holsworthy B 9 (R Montague, R Bunning 3).