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Hurlingham May Weekend Open Level Tournament

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2-4 May 2009 (AC)

Results

Block 1

Winner: Jeff Dawson (Woking) 8 wins
Second: David Mumford (Woking) 6 wins

Also ran: Chris Farthing (5 wins); Andrew Johnson, Gary Bennett, Michael Hann (4); Jerry Guest, Nigel Polhill, Michael Town (3); Malcolm Bigg (2).

Block 2

Winner: Ian Parkinson (Watford) 7 wins
Second: Alex Jardine (Tunbridge Wells) 5 wins

Also ran: Kevin Carter (5 wins); Richard Hoskyns (4); Peter Wilson, Paul Watson, John Reddish (2); Anthony Dix (0).

Block 3

Winner: Gabrielle Higgins (Hurlingham) 6 wins
Second: Liz Wilson (Fylde) 5 wins

Also ran: Richard Jackson, Bob Stephens (4 wins); John Culhane, Peter Quinn (3); Tony Forbes (2); Colin Southern (1).

Block 4

Winner: John Bowman (Hurlingham) 5 wins
Second: Peter Spiller (Hurlingham) 5 wins
Third: Nicholas Furse (Merton and Surbiton) 4 wins

Also ran: Gina Lewis, Denis Cross (4 wins); David Wickham, Jonathan Toye, John Bowcott (3); Pat Jackson, Anne Stephens, Susan Davies, Tim Moriarty, John Lonsdale (2); Nigel Graves (1).

Notes

Between those with the same number of wins, the winner is decided by who beat whom when they played together.

Handicap Changes

Gabrielle Higgins 3 to 2.5
Ian Parkinson 0.5 to Scratch
Chris Farthing -2 to -1.5
Alex Jardine 2.5 to 2
Nigel Graves 8 to 9



 

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