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LATEST MATCH REPORTS...


LONDON LADIES AWAY TO SURREY 02.11.2014

Inter CountyOur last match against Surrey was very tight and ended in a draw. This was always going to be a hard contested match and we needed to try to get ahead this time and make it harder for them to catch us up in order to get the win.

Natalie 4/4
Sarah 3/3
Kirsty 2/4
Donna 2/4
Avril 2/4
Sue 2/4
Kerry 2/4
Amy 2/4
Charlotte 2/2
Angie 0/4
Corinne 0/4
Linda 0/2



The 1st leg we managed to go ahead 5-6, each frame was tight as no one wanted to lose their game.

The 2nd leg we only managed to win 4 frames going 12-10 behind. Not a good time to give away frames but we seem to consistently do this and find it difficult to make a comeback.

The 3rd leg we managed to pull back 6 frames making it 17-16 to Surrey. The atmosphere was tense and it was exciting to watch as both teams were doing all they could to gain the advantage and try to pull away.

The 4th leg we managed to gain an advantage and went 17-18 ahead, this was our chance to make it really count. Avril was really unlucky to go in off the black ball, pool can be an unforgiving game at times.
We managed to win 5 frames and only just lost 23-21.

Well done to the whole team, Surrey games are always close, and there will always be a next time.

Women of the match was awarded to Natalie who impressed me so much with her long pots and good positional play which was why she won all her 4 frames.



Sue Studman
Ladies Team Captain


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