1 March 2016

By John Biddiscombe

Tsunami move in on the title

The win means that none of the chasing teams can catch the Guildford side, so now Tsunami only need to successfully complete their remaining fixtures to clinch the title.

Cyclone meanwhile had to endure back to back home matches on Saturday as the squeeze to fit in the remaining fixtures take hold.

To the teams credit after losing the first match 1-3 against BA they managed to win their 9th set of the day to register a bit of an upset,beating Dorking 3-2

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