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The CA beat the SCA

[<<] [>>] by Fergus McInnes at Meadows Croquet Club, Edinburgh [^] -> bottom
4 September 2011 2011 (International)

The CA beat the SCA 21 - 6 to win the Glasgow Quaich

There were 27 games: three doubles and 24 single.

Results

Doubles

1 Morrison & Murdoch lost to Hills & Kellett -6
2 McInnes & Wilson lost to P Scarr & Watts -13
3 Stephenson & Duguid lost to Wicks & D Scarr -18

Singles

1 Campbell Morrison lost to Jonathan Hills -16
2 Brian Murdoch lost to Phill Scarr -10T
3 Martin Stephenson beat Jack Wicks +16tp
4 Fergus McInnes lost to Dennis Scarr -16
5 Alan Wilson beat Derek Watts +6tp
6 Hamish Duguid lost to Neil Kellett -7T
7 Campbell Morrison lost to Phill Scarr -26
8 Brian Murdoch lost to Jack Wicks -25tp
9 Martin Stephenson lost to Jonathan Hills -26tp
10 Fergus McInnes beat Neil Kellett +7
11 Alan Wilson lost to Dennis Scarr -1T
12 Hamish Duguid lost to Derek Watts -23
13 Campbell Morrison lost to Jack Wicks -6tp
14 Campbell Morrison lost to Jack Wicks -9tp
15 Brian Murdoch lost to Jonathan Hills -11
16 Brian Murdoch lost to Jonathan Hills -15
17 Martin Stephenson lost to Phill Scarr -6T
18 Martin Stephenson beat Phill Scarr +5tp
19 Fergus McInnes lost to Derek Watts -19
20 Fergus McInnes lost to Derek Watts -5
21 Alan Wilson beat Neil Kellett +16
22 Alan Wilson beat Neil Kellett +7
23 Hamish Duguid lost to Dennis Scarr -24
24 Hamish Duguid lost to Dennis Scarr -22



 

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