Enfield's Denise Payet won the Under-13 singles and Under-14 doubles national table tennis titles in Doncaster on Saturday

Enfield Independent: Denise Payet with her trophy from the National Table Tennis Championships. Denise Payet with her trophy from the National Table Tennis Championships.

Enfield's Denise Payet was in imperious form to win the Under-13 national table tennis singles title on Saturday.

The Enfield County School pupil also won the Under-14 doubles title with Kate Cheer - her victor in the Under-14 singles event.

Payet, who belongs to Ellenborough Table Tennis Club, breezed through the knockout stages in Doncaster without dropping an end to set up a final clash against Sophie Barlow, who had been taken to five ends in both her quarter and semi-final.

Victory was secured for Payet with a 3-1 win (11-5, 11-8, 9-11, 11-9) over Barlow.

Unable to repeat her success in the Under-14 final, Payet was beaten 6-11, 12-14, 12-10, 9-11 by second seed Cheer.

The pair teamed up in the doubles competition to beat second seeds isabelle Joubeily and Amy Blagborough 11-3, 11-4, 11-7.

Speaking afterwards, Payet said: "It’s been tiring, the schedule makes it difficult but I kept going by thinking about the medals and the trophies."

Meanwhile, Payet’s ETTC club-mate Amelia Chan reached the final of the Under-12 girls’ singles but was beaten 3-1 (11-7, 12-10, 10-12, 11-5) by Charlotte Bardsley.

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