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A Team Report: London vs Berkshire 12/06/11

Inter CountyLondon A 23 - 21 Berkshire A
JFKs, 12th June 2011

This was as close as they get. We lost the first set 5-6 but pulled it back in the second. Although Berkshire never managed to quite catch up from that point, they were on our tails all the way and very nearly snatched a draw.

The first 3 frames were all break-and-dishes, only one of which (Joe) went our way. Vikas somehow managed to snooker himself on the black but came out of the snooker to pot it anyway (and not an easy one with the black over the bag). There were at least 7 other first-visit dishes in the match, and shared equally between the teams.

Berkshire are a force these days so it would be good to have the Region secured before we have to go to their place on the last day of the season (something which would have been extremely unlikely without a win in this match).

Other notable moments included Rob and myself both losing frames by going in off the black, a terrific zig-zag snooker escape by Sean to win his first frame, and Joe and Adam both getting a bit of luck to win one of their 4 frames... luck which they earned by playing so well to win the other 3. They were joined on 4/4 by Jon Runghen who gets the man of the match award for solid play throughout including a superb if scary finish to bring in the deciding frame. Special mention for Adam as well though for winning all his frames in only his second match in the As.

Surrey come to Peckham next month and we've got some improving to do. The fact that 3 players won all their frames but we only scraped the win tells its own story. Four of us failing to get 50% is not going to be good enough in the long run. But there's no reason not to believe that we can raise our game that little bit which is needed.

Individual scores

Rob Chalmers 0/4
Joe Prince 4/4
Jamie Fay 1/4
Sean Halligan 2/4
Darren Baker 3/4
Chris Snyman 2/4
Adam Coppen 4/4
Frank Costello 2/4
Rupert Ward 0/4
Nigel Smith 1/4
Jon Runghen 4/4


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