Stradbally League table tennis hots up

With the finishing line in sight for a number of teams and some crunch games on the run in there makes for a nail biting finish to the premier division as Portlaoise, Carlow and Athy battle it out for overall champions of the midlands.

With the finishing line in sight for a number of teams and some crunch games on the run in there makes for a nail biting finish to the premier division as Portlaoise, Carlow and Athy battle it out for overall champions of the midlands.

Ballyroan’s consistant form have them in a comfortable lead from Killermogh in Division 1 while in Division 2 Ballyroan lead from Cloughjordan and St Canices (Kilkenny).

In the junior divisions where the top 2 meet in a final there is close competition with Division 1 being a real cliff hanger where Mountrath, Ballyroan and Carlow battle it out for the final.

Mountrath lead from Ballyroan in Division 2 with Carlow providing consistant form in recent times to challenge for a final spot. Division 3 leaders Rathdowney are closely followed by Killermogh.