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English CA beat the Scottish CA 17-13

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4th September 2007 (International)

The annual match between the Scottish and English Croquet Associations was held this weekend at the Meadows Club in Edinburgh.

The (English) CA retained the Glasgow Quaich with a 17-13 win. Detailed results are below (Scottish names first). A full report is on the SCA website www.scottishcroquet.org.uk/reports.htm

Day 1, 1 September 2007

Doubles

Chris Dent & Fergus McInnes bt Ray Lowe & Graham Whitehouse +22 TP (Dent)
Bruce Rannie & Jamieson Walker lost to Klim Seabright & Peter McDermott -8T
James Hopgood & Alan Wilson bt Bob Burnett & Keith Roberts +10T

Singles

Rannie bt Lowe +26 -17 +25 TP
Dent bt Burnett +26 +23
Hopgood drew with McDermott +14 -8
McInnes lost to Seabright -20 -3
Wilson lost to Whitehouse -2T -5
Walker lost to Roberts -8 -14

Day 2, 2 September 2007

Doubles

Dent & McInnes bt Burnett & Roberts +17
Rannie & Wilson bt Lowe & Whitehouse +2T
Rod Williams & Hopgood bt Seabright & McDermott +6

Singles

Rannie lost to Burnett -8 -22
Dent lost to Lowe -4 -9
Williams lost to McDermott -23 -15
Hopgood bt Seabright +16 +16
McInnes lost to Whitehouse -1T -2T
Wilson drew with Roberts -6T +5T

Best-of-three matches, which were played in the singles between the top two on each side, counted for 2 points each; other games for 1 point per game. Hence the total score was SCA 13, CA 17.

Ray Lowe's handicap came down from 0.5 to 0



 

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