DANIEL Moses produced his best table tennis of the summer so far with a simply stunning performance in the most competitive Kingfisher Grand Prix event yet.

Once again his opponent in the final was close rival and Championship leader Liam McTiernan, but this time despite winning the first set, McTiernan had no answer to the delightful mix of defensive and attacking skills from Moses, who ran out a superb 3-1 winner.

Moses had by far the toughest draw on the night, dispatching third-placed Abingdon’s Lewis Waddup 3-0 in his semi-final and previous to that the highly-rated future England star Louis Price from Bristol, who was making his debut in the series by a 3-1 scoreline in the quarters.

Unfortunately with only one more week to go the points margin between himself and McTiernan at the top of the Leaderboard is too wide for him to catch up, however Moses will be delighted with his current form and clearly has a bright winter season ahead.

McTiernan’s path to the final was more straightforward, defeating Hamilton Road’s Hari Gehlot in his semi-final by a 3-1 scoreline and Roger Pritchard comfortably 3-0 in the last eight.

The other quarter-finalists were Julian Telford and Chris Price, who lost to Waddup and Gehlot respectively.

The consolation event was won by Rob Gladstone, who defeated Daniel McTiernan 3-0 in the final.