A second successive defeat for leaders Smugglers has made it tight at the top of Division 1 in the North Devon Table Tennis League. Just four points now cover the top four teams - Smugglers 44, Sussex Smashers 43, Artic Monkleighs 41 and Adjudicators 40.

A second successive defeat for leaders Smugglers has made it tight at the top of Division 1 in the North Devon Table Tennis League.Just four points now cover the top four teams - Smugglers 44, Sussex Smashers 43, Artic Monkleighs 41 and Adjudicators 40.Biggest win of the week went to Tornados, who beat Knights 8-2 with father and son Kevin and Ben Taylor both scoring maximums.The lead has changed hands again in Division 2 with Sweenies overtaking Rowdies on points difference after a convincing win over Hopefuls while Corinthians gave a spirited display against Rowdies and earned enough points to take them off the bottom of the table. Sweeneys 44, Rowdies 44, Herons 39.Div 1: Adjudicators 6 (Paul Laverty 3), Holsworthy A 4; Misfits 3, Smashers 7 (Dominic Sussex, Chris Brown 3); Smugglers 4, Artics 6 (Anthony Beal 3); Tornados 8 (Kevin and Ben Taylor 3 each), Castle Knights 2.Div 2: Corinthians 4, Rowdies 6 (Len Weston 3); Holsworthy B 5 (Bob Montague 3), Herons 5; Hopefuls 2, Sweenies 8 (R Ellis, Alan Briggs 3).