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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


LONDON LADIES HOME TO HAMPSHIRE 12.10.2014

Inter CountyLondon Ladies County Pool Match Home to Hampshire 12.10.2014



We had the bare minimum of players and knew this was going to be a tough match as we got hammered 32-12 on our last meeting.

Even so I thought that we had to show them that we could do a lot better and it would not be a walkover this time.

Sue Studman 3/4
Kirsty Edwards 3/4
Samantha Wyatt 2/4
Angela Hobbs 2/4
Avril Mallon 2/4
Sarah Evans 2/4
Corinne Grattan 1/4
Amy Alton 1/4
Charlotte Muir 1/4
Linda Redwood 0/4
Donna Levingbird 0/4


The first leg the whole team played really well and we managed to pull ahead 7-4.
What a great start better than I could have predicted, and it stopped them from ringing that awful bell.

The second leg was a disaster we went 10-12 down, oh no dj vu all over again.
There was not much support going on, players taking cigarette breakS together only leaving a couple of players left to support those that were playing.

I gave a team talk regarding the bell and having to up our game.

The third leg we only managed to win 2 games and went 14-19 down.
Clearly not being able to replace players didnt help our cause, but I still felt that we could pull it back.

The last leg we only managed to win 3 games and the final score was 17-27.
All in all a better score than our last meeting, but clearly a lot to work on in the future.


The player of the match deservedly went to Kirsty who was determined to get it this time and played some great pool.



Sue Studman
Team Captain

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