Mill Hill are the national inter-Shul table tennis champions.
Last year’s consolation event winners claimed the top title in fine style against last year’s victors Norrice Lea at JFS in Kenton.
Led by Maccabiah veteran Dov Katz, a team featuring Leslie Samuels and Alan Rayne proved too strong for the
Suburb side who fielded their own Maccabiah medallist in Adam Black.
The victorious team also recorded wins over Elstree & Borehamwood (4-1) and Woodside Park (4-0).
Radlett with yet another Maccabiah master, Jeremy Banks, pipped last year’s runners-up, Jonathan Jackson’s Elstree and Borehamwood, to third spot.
Edgware Yeshurun, represented by Graham Davies, Philip Baigel and Peter Gaunt, took the Consolation event after edging out Mill Hill B in a match that went down to the final game.
Elstree and Borehamwood’s team of Mark Collins, Oliver Assor and Jamie Saleh retained the junior crown after going through the event unbeaten. They overcame a Radlett team featuring Sam Krisman, Josh Banks and Brandon Clapich.
More than 120 players competed in the Maccabi GB-sponsored event.