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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


Match Report Berkshire HOME 12/03/2017

Inter CountyAfter missing out last month the girls were ready to perform and eager to secure as many frames as possible to ensure a top position at the end of the season. After our team talk morale was high and we were ready to play.

The first set was bound to only go one way with high determination and the high standard expected from the girls moving forward. We won our first set 10-1 which was a sign of things to come!. Berkshire were aware they were coming up against a highly motivated side and changed to a more tactical approach to their frames bringing the second set back slightly but with London winning 7-4.

After being able to slow us down slightly with the game total now at 17-5 the ladies were keen to get over the finishing line and went on to smash the next again 10-1. With the match now at 27-6 the last set was about securing those frames.

The last set saw the match finish at 35-9 which was a great and much needed victory for London Ladies. Lucy Nettleingham was appointed Player of the match with not only securing 100% of her games but doing so in style with an amazing clearance in the last set showing just what our players are capable of.

Looking forward to a hard match next month against Hampshire on 9th April – the girls are well practised and ready to pursue another victory on our belt.

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