Drumchapel Table Tennis Club regained the Scottish League title at the weekend, and are aiming to win an historic third British League title this weekend.

The Drum beat Murrayfield and drew with North Ayrshire to secure their second Scottish League win.

And they can become the only Scottish club to win both titles this weekend when they travel to Widnes based side Halton TTC.

They are in pole position, unbeaten so far having won nine of the ten matches, and drawing the other.

And if results go their way they can clinch the Premier Division and qualify for the European Competition next season in the process.

In the first set of matches against Murrayfield on Saturday the club excelled, with Liu Song, Craig Howieson, Tao Shi, Calum Main and Sepehr Bidari all winning their matches.

That meant they now had a two point gap on their nearest rivals Murrayfield at the top, knowing a draw would be enough to secure the league.

Song and Bidari won their matches either side of Calum Main’s loss, with Song up in the fourth match to make it 3-1.

However Bidari and Main lost their next two matches, securing the draw for Drumchapel.