Cold Norton B and Woodham A continue to bear down on Mapledene A who currently top the leader board of the Burnham & District Table Tennis League, whereas perennial champions Fambridge slip back as they drop points at Maldon.
Two teams from Hutton and a team from Chelmsford were crowned winners of their respective Chelmsford Junior League divisions this week with all three having won all of their fixtures so far this season and taking unassailable leads with two weeks of action remaining.
Holders Netts A have been dumped out of the Braintree Table Tennis League team knockout cup at the first hurdle.
Windsor Kestrels will feel entitled to open a champagne bottle or two this week as they celebrated their first win of the season in Division Two of the Clacton League.
In cruising to their third 10-0 home win of the season, division one leaders OCA A stretched their record to 16 matches and two calendar years since their last CDTTL home loss
There are close matches, very close matches and very, very close matches - and the Division Three clash in the Clacton League between Windsor Magpies and Walton E certainly fell into the very, very close category.