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England retain the Home Internationals for the fifth time in a row

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pictureDavid Maugham elevates the trophy

by Jonathan Kirby at Heaton Park, Manchester
17-18 June 2006 (International)

  matches won rubbers won games won
England 3 11.5 25
Scotland 2 8 16
Ireland 1 5.5 12
Wales 0 5 11

David Maugham won all 3 matches at 1

Chris Williams won all 3 matches at 3

Ian Lines won all 3 matches at 4

Bruce Rannie won all 3 matches at 5 (Match v Patel was single game as was Healy v Prichard decider)

Round 1

Scotland beat Wales 3-2

Keith Aiton beat Sam Tudor +17tp +17tp
Jonathan Kirby beat Ian Burridge +26tp +17tp
David Magee lost to Chris Willams -4 -26
Chris Dent lost to John Evans -9 -14
Bruce Rannie beat William Prichard -1AT(20-21) +1T(19-18) +1T(19-18)

England beat Ireland 4.5-0.5

David Maugham beat Mark McInerney +26tp -17 +26
James Death drew with Simon Williams +7 -19tp
Jack Wicks beat Ed Cunningham +20 +1
Ian Lines beat Andrew Johnston +19tp +17
Samir Patel beat Gerard Healy +16 +8qp

Round 2

Scotland beat Ireland 3-2

Keith Aiton lost to Mark McInerney -26tp -25tp
Jonathan Kirby beat Simon Williams +21tp +23tp
David Magee beat Ed Cunningham +20 +1
Chris Dent lost to Andrew Johnston -26 -24
Bruce Rannie beat Gerard Healy -16 +14 +9

England beat Wales 4-1

David Maugham beat Sam Tudor +24tp +26tp
James Death beat Ian Burridge +26tp +5tp
Jack Wicks lost to Chris Willams +24 -14otp -2
Ian Lines beat John Evans +25tp +26
Samir Patel beat William Prichard +25tp +25

Round 3

England beat Scotland 3-2

David Maugham beat Keith Aiton +26tp +26tp
James Death beat Jonathan Kirby +23sxp -16tp +11tpo
Jack Wicks lost to David Magee +22tp -23 -16
Ian Lines beat Chris Dent +26 +25tp
Samir Patel lost to Bruce Rannie -7tp (single game)

Ireland beat Wales 3-2

Mark McInerney beat Sam Tudor +14 +21tp
Simon Williams lost to Ian Burridge -11tpo -26tp
Ed Cunningham lost to Chris Willams -3 -3
Andrew Johnston beat John Evans +1 +5tp
Gerard Healy beat William Prichard +22 (single game)



 

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