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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


Report: London C vs Kent C 09/08/09

Inter CountyLost 20 - 24

Kent C have only been beaten twice in the last 3 years so this was always going to be a tough fixture.

We came with 3 reserves. 2 Players couldn't make it after all but that would still have been fine if the upper teams hadn't messed us about and taken 3 players. We were saved by Frankie Costello and Chris Riley helping out. Many thanks for that.

We got off to a poor start. I'm not sure how much of that was to do with the unsettling start, I was too busy trying to catch up with the paperwork.

The session scores were:

4 7
4 7
6 5
6 5

So we were actually in a better position at the half way stage than they were in the away match and we did mount a comeback but it wasn't quite enough. Even towards the end I thought that we would come away with a draw but it wasn't to be.

Individual performances were:

3/4 Graham Thompson
3/4 Frankie Costello
3/4 Adam Everett
3/4 Jeremy Ruffer
2/4 Chris Riley
2/4 Akar Necati
2/4 Michael Clayton
1/4 Lee Mager
1/4 Peter Panayiotou
0/4 John Munro
0/4 Peter McCafferty

It's quite interesting that Kent has the same numbers of 3s, 2s and 1s but they has one zero and one four when we had two zeros. That was the difference between the two teams.

I've seen various comments in the Forums about playing safe unless you are 95% sure but, from what I can see, it is the shots that should come off and don't that are the problem. Mostly people lose frames they shouldn't because they muck up, like I did at Berkshire.

Jeremy Ruffer
C Team Captain

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