The Nexa Law Oswestry and District Table Tennis League is back in full swing after the Christmas break.

Caereinion A lead the way in Division One, but Morda Tigers, in second, can go level on points with the leaders if they win their two games in hand.

Division Two is even closer, with Llansilin A and Kinnerley Crusaders level on points at the top.

Criftins are hot on their heels and can draw level if they win their two games in hand.

In Division One, leaders Caereinion A started the new year with a draw at Morda Eagles. In a high-quality match, Wyn Williams beat Marcin Stepkowski in his first competitive game this season.

Caereinion then had a more comfortable evening against Kinnerley Knights, winning 9-1.

Morda Tigers had a tricky night at Kinnerley Knights but emerged 8-2 winners. Jason Hughes produced a man of the match performance in winning his three games.

Morda A beat Llansilin Drovers 8-2 away. Allen Roberts took the honours on the night for Morda and Harvey Kynaston won two out of three for The Drovers.

The Drovers were also at home to Morda Eagles and lost 9-1.

In Division Two, Kinnerley Crusaders entertained Llansilin A in a top of the table clash. The Crusaders edged it 6-4 in a pulsating match. The home side all won two out of three single matches.

Llansilin’s Aaron Morris held his nerve to win his three games in five sets and teamed up with Pat Lovell to pinch the doubles.

The Crusaders also beat Morda Rhinos 8-2. Skipper Phil Botley making a rare appearance for Kinnerley won two out of three games.

George Osborn looks a real prospect for The Rhinos, he has all the shots and only the very best in the division have beaten him this season.

Criftins won 10-0 at Llansilin B. It was a short night as both teams were only able to field two players.

In a mid-table contest, Kinnerley Royals won away 6-4 at Morda Lions.