YORK RI 'A' stayed top of York and District Table Tennis League division one after Paul Robertson and Filip Wojtkowiak steered then to an 8-2 triumph over York RI 'B'.

Topspin York remained in contention, with Joe Wright and Jonny Wooldridge unbeaten as they thumped York RI 'C' 9-1.

Clarence 'A' 9-1 are still seeking their first win of the season as they suffered a 9-1 reversal against Coneysthorpe 'A', with Martin Lowe and new signing Lennart Lukosch proving too strong.

A fine treble from student Calum Goodwin was the highlight as Coneysthorpe 'B' and University 'A' shared the spoils in a 5-5 draw.

Division two leaders Clarence 'B' whitewashed York RI 'D' 10-0 while Rachel Greener and Rich Harrison starred as Bootham 'A' defeated York RI 'F' 9-1 to register their first win of the season.

A maximum from Mark Hughes could not prevent Poppleton sliding to a 6-4 defeat against Strensall 'A', for whom Dave Robinson and Mike Robinson contributed braces.

Bootham 'B' secured a 7-3 victory over University 'A' thanks to an unbeaten performance from Ian Hilton.

A treble from Graham Hatfield made the difference as Clarence 'C' edged a close encounter with Shepherds 'A' 6-4, and a maximum from Ady McClaren was the highlight in a 7-3 victory for York RI 'E' against Ryedale@RI.

In division three, Paul Greenwood and Mark Antrobus were unbeaten as York RI 'G' won 8-2 at Clarence 'F', while Terry Nicholson and Dave Hough starred as Strensall 'B' thrashed Clarence 'D' 9-1.

BT 'A' showed no mercy as they crushed a two-man South Bank 'A' 8-2. York RI 'H' edged a close encounter with Clarence CIU 'B' 6-4 but Paul Seeking took the plaudits with a fine win over the talented youngster Arthur Sorley.

Despite a treble from Jan Suchecki, Clarence 'E' recorded their first win of the season, defeating an understrength Clarence CIU 'A' 7-3.

In division four, BT 'B' and South Bank 'B' fought out a tense 5-5 draw with man-of-the-match Dom McHugh unbeaten.

A fine treble from Chris Bauer was not enough to prevent Wigginton & Haxby 'C' suffering a 7-3 reversal against high-flying University 'C', while Steve Webster and Nigel Baker were on top from as Shepherds 'C' cruised to an 8-2 win over University 'D'.