HOLMES Chapel-based Victoria Club will hope to bounce back in the final week of the Mid-Cheshire Table Tennis League’s Super League season.

They slipped to a disappointing 7-3 defeat to Sparks, meaning they can only watch as the battle for the Division One title goes down to the final game.

Tigers and George Abbott Butchers sit level on 96 points ahead of the last round of fixtures.

Should both teams win, Tigers will claim the spoils by virtue of having won one more game than their rivals.

Both teams are away from home, with Tigers facing the Wreckers while the Butchers visit Lemmings.

The sides are both full of confidence having picked up whitewash victories last time out – Tigers thrashed Raptors while George Abbott Butchers hammered bottom side Winsford by the same scoreline.

The other game in Division One saw Wreckers and Lemmings battle out a 5-5 draw, with Terry Turner undefeated for the former.

In Division Two, Cobras are in pole position for the title after beating Sticklebacks 8-2.

They can now only be caught by third-place Lab Rats, who have a game in hand on them.

Cobras and Lab Rats face off in the final round of fixtures and two points for the former will be enough to crown them as champions.

Lab Rats won 10-0 at Vikings in the last round while second-place Bears beat Hawks 7-3.

Victoria Club’s seconds need just two points from their final fixture against Snakes to be assured of the Division Three title.

A 9-1 win over Rangers moved the Holmes Chapel side to the brink of the title, 14 points clear of nearest rivals Kinetics, who beat the Romans 7-3.

Third-place Snakes could only manage a 5-5 draw against Wolves but they have a game in hand on the Victorians.