Both claimed the maximum 13 points available last Thursday against RBC Lions and Baker Tilly, respectively.
RBC Lions captain Alistair Cowper was his team’s only player to gain any points, narrowly losing 3-1 to Jorge Vera of DMS.
Baker Tilly captain Richard Reading and teammate Josh Gosling managed to claim their only points of the evening too, both losing 3-1 against the mother and daughter duo of Claire Roscoe and Mischa Kluyver at A and C string, respectively.
These results moved Undecided up to second and DMS to third with only three points separating the top three. AON Red Tornadoes are still clinging to their top spot, which was secured with a 4-1 matches victory over last week’s second place team KPMG Kman.
AON’s A player Gabe Rabess overcame Jackie Geils 3-1, AON’s B Steve Smith proved too strong for Seb Poznansky, winning in three games. But KPMG Kman’s Alex Johnson pulled off a great win in the C spot against the experienced Justin Robinson of AON 3-0.
Johnson said, “I didn’t think I had it in me to play like that. This just makes me want to play more.” Junior Alexandra Artuch claimed the D string for AON for the overall match win and just to rub it in the doubles also went AON’s way.
There was also a mid-table clash between KPMG Kobras and UBS. With Kobras getting the better of UBS last week, this time it was UBS’s turn to take control.
This was the tightest pairing of the night, with the C string going the full distance, and Eddie Nolons for the Kobras closing out the match in the fifth and final game 11-9.
A, B and D positions went UBS’s way with 3-1 victories for David Finch over Erik Fell, Aaron Moench over Jarydd Moore, and Paul Broderick over Gautham Ganeshan. The doubles was won by KPMG Kobras, which gave them seven points for the evening against UBS’s 11.
This allowed UBS to move up one place to fifth.