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A Team Captain's report: London 30 - 14 Sussex

Inter CountyThe A team continued their winning start to the season with another
comfortable win, this time beating Sussex by 30 frames to 14 at JFKs.

Sussexís move to Brighton hasnít had the immediate impact that they might
have hoped and they arrived with a squad which was probably weaker than
last yearís.

Moving to the biggest population centre in the county has to be a good
move for the long run though, and they have already added some extremely
promising youngsters to some capable and experienced heads. They could be
excused for feeling unfortunate that the London team saved some of our best frames
for when we were playing their best players. Not that we were lucky - it
was a well-deserved result and at the end of the day, at this level where
you can expect everyone to be more than capable of taking out a dish when
itís there (and often when it isnít), 30 frames is always a fine result.

Once again it was a solid and consistent performance, with session scores
of 8, 7, 7, and 8, and, for the third month running, only one player
failing to win 2 frames.

Etienne Wagner responded to his A team call-up with an excellent 3 frames
out of 4, being a bit unlucky to concede the foul which lost him his
third. England player Danny Miller was one of 2 to win all 4 frames, along
with John Runghen in only his second match for the team.

The spirit in the team is coming along nicely too. Although the football
provided a bit of a distraction at times it was great to see the
whole team congregate around table 2 at the end (despite the FA Cup semi)
to cheer/jeer Jerry Tickell on as he was left to try (and eventually succeed)
to win the final frame and get us over the 30 mark for the first time since
June of last year. That one was the home match against Hampshire, which
coincidentally is the same fixture weíve got coming up next.


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