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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


London Seniors report, Away to Hampshire

Inter County12.4.15 Hampshire (away)
Hampshire Seniors 9 London Seniors 11
London made an impressive start against Hampshire white-washing the opponents to lead 5-0 after the first set including Jerry Tickell with a break and clear. London were motoring albeit with a couple of squad players light, and confidence was high. One or two frames slipped away but a 7-3 lead at the halfway mark was very healthy. It became 9-3 with Martin Storey who potted nicely all day winning his third frame, and man of match Glen Tingley fudging away to turn tight frames around. London thought it was virtually all over bar the shouting. Hampshire came roaring back, interspersed by an important win for Adam Hewson and the lead was cut to 10-8. When the opponent dry broke and the balls fell open Paul Gafa’ kept his nerve to dish and secure the 3 point win bonus, with frame 19 still in play. A sigh of relief all round. But a good team performance from all the players, to put London joint top of the division.
Paul Gafa’ 2/4
Adam Hewson 2/4
Jerry Tickell 1/2
Martin Storey 3/4
Glen Tingley 3/4
Allan Formosa 0/2

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