Navigation

Main
(see also tabs at top of page)
· Downloads
· Web Links
· Photo Gallery
· Event Calendar
· Spots & Stripes
· Search

Members section (log in to view)

Get in touch
· Contact Us
· GLCPA Committee
· Our Facebook page


Archive
· Hall of Fame
· History of London County
· Trickshots

Users Online

· Guests Online: 10

· Members Online: 0

· Total Members: 368
· Newest Member: Doublewizard

Last Seen Users

Cocked-Hat 06:10:51
justinstobo 2 days
Mikey 3 days
Ryan22 4 days
mopster 6 days
Machine gun 1 week
The Light 1 week
kbath 1 week
HotWheels 4 weeks
The Dragon 4 weeks

  More Users 

Events

<< December 2019 >>
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
            1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31          

No events.

Birthdays Birthday(s):

Login

Username

Password



Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.

Random Quote

The Doctor to Jerry T after being handed an Interleague team shirt with “Doc” rather than “The Doctor” written on the back: “Do I look like one of the seven f**king dwarves?”

Member Poll

A cue is like an extension to your arm for many players. Some people keep their's for years while others replace them every 6 months. How long have you owned your current cue?



















You must login to vote.


LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


London vs Surrey A team report, 7th Feb 2010

Inter CountyLondon A 21 - 23 Surrey A

Disappointing not to get at least a draw out of this game, having thrown a few frames away (but don't dwell on them... one always remembers those frames better than the ones which were thrown the other way).

Having said that, for a new team, playing against a Surrey side which is still very strong despite the loss of the likes of Norris, Strivens, and Richard Lambert, this was a very encouraging result and performance.

London got off to a cracking start, taking 5 of the first 6 frames, but Surrey rallied well to win the next 5. It was
nip and tuck from then on, with Surrey finally stretching to a 22-18 lead leaving us needing the last 4 frames for a draw. The next 3 to play hadn't had the best of days, but Kyle Merrigan and Rupert Ward both managed to finish well to win their second of the match before Michael Brown pulled off a great finish under a lot of pressure (it being his first win of the match as well as a potentially match-saving one). That left Jerry Tickell under the spotlight again, and he was on for a break-and-dish when he lost position... ending up too close to one of his 3 remaining balls. Half an inch either way and it would have been simple, but while he managed to pot it had become too hard to retain position, and Jason Retter took his chance to nick the win for Surrey.

We started with 5 players from last year (all of whom finished in the region's top 20):

Jack Pople 3/4 (Man of the Match)
Sean Halligan 2/4
Joe Prince 1/4 (one of his losses being a B&D)
Rupert Ward 2/4
Jerry Tickell 2/4

4 coming up from the B team:

Rob Chalmers 3/4
Paul McHale 2/4
Kyle Merrigan 2/4
Michael Brown 1/4

and 2 former National Champions returning to the side:

Andrew Breen 2/4
Nigel Smith 1/4

London A squad members Jamie Fay, Chris Snyman, and Darren Baker had to play in the Bs this time, but their chance will come. It was hard to choose who to play in this match, and I can see that being a theme of the year, particularly as I'm hopeful that we'll have fewer absences than over the last couple of years. But with a bit of patience and understanding, and enthusiasm for playing for the county whichever team we have to play in, I'm sure that we'll be building a very solid team from this squad. It's also worth mentioning that the atmosphere around the A and B tables was one of the best I can remember at JFK's, so good work on that front to everyone.

The team is definitely up for it, and more than capable of winning the region despite this early (but minor) set-back.

Comments

#1 | foxes on March 02 2012 04:50:34
shoot a pair or any guest against the light so that dark pictures will not appear 6. Candid shots are also dramatic. These portraits exhibit more than the standard of the picture itself. vintage brautkleidervintage brautkleider In fact , many pros do this to capture intimate and remarkable moments. cocktailkleider kurzcocktailkleider kurz 7. You should be alert at all points since you can barely ask people to pose again for you. 8 '\'www.theydress.net/images/thumbnails/dress-11/MX2720.jpg\'' . Your digicam should be outfitted with appropriate memory cards or sticks to be sure that no great moment is missed. In other words schnittmuster ballkleidschnittmuster ballkleid , you've got to have an additional memory card particularly when you need more moments to preserve. The following proposals should be considered before purchasing a memory card: abendkleider vera montabendkleider vera mont a. For 3 mega pixels "a 256 MB memory storage b. For 4 megapixels "a 512 MB memory chip c. For 6 megapixels "1 gb. memory stick 9. brautkleider katalogbrautkleider katalog You are not

Post Comment

Please Login to Post a Comment.

Ratings

Rating is available to Members only.

Please login or register to vote.

No Ratings have been Posted.
Render time: 0.02 seconds
37,946,690 unique visits