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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


LONDON LADIES AWAY TO HAMPSHIRE 18.05.2014

Inter CountyWe knew that we needed to beat Hampshire in order to have a chance of reaching the National Finals. We were all up for a hard fight but we let ourselves down badly.

Charlotte 3/4
Corinne 2/4
Angie 2/4
Sarah 2/4
Kirsty 1/4
Sue 1/4
Kerry 1/4
Amy 0/4
May 0/4
Claire.S 0/4
Donna 0/2

Reserve
Lisa 0/2

The first leg started really well as we went 6-2 up but we lost the last 3 games making it 6-5 to us.

The second leg was a disaster, we won 1 game from the 11 putting us 7-15 down.

The third leg we lost the next 2 games and the team moral was so low and support almost nonexistent you would have thought we had already lost the match.
I pulled the team aside and gave them a team talk to try to boost their morale. We only managed to win 2 games putting us 9-24.

The last leg was just as bad and the final score was 12-32.

We were all so disappointed with our performance as we know that we can all do so much better and have done in previous matches.

I would like to welcome Lisa Massheder to the team who played well in her first match for us.

I had told the team at the end of the match that I was not going to award a player of the match but on reflection I will and it goes to Charlotte.

Lets hope that we can turn things around and get our support and morale back for our next game against Surrey.

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