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Richard Sanville won the National Forest AC Handicap Tournament

[<<] [>>] by Mick Haytack at Ashby Croquet Club [^] -> bottom
16 June 2013 2013 (AC - Handicap)

Ten players with handicaps ranging from 3-11 played in mostly glorious weather with the odd shower on Saturday.. There were five Ashby players, one from each of Nottingham, Colchester and Hamptworth and two from Australia. The final set of matches paired Richard against Tim and Arthur against Bob with all four players having a chance of lifting the trophy. Richard used his bisques well to beat Tim in quick time, then had to watch anxiously as Arthur quickly went to peg with his first ball then broke down with his second. Bob slowly clawed thing back but Arthur eventually prevailed and Richard became the first Ashby player to win this event. Jenny Biggs once again provided first class catering and the handful of spectators managed to stay awake for most of the proceedings. Tim earned a handicap reduction to 3.5.

1st Richard Sanville 80% (beat Arthur, Peter, Ann and Tim)
2nd Arthur Rowe 80% (beat Steve, Derek, Tim and Bob)
3rd Tim King 60% (beat Peter, Mick and Bob)
4th Bob Thompson 60% (beat Richard, Derek and Mick)
5th Mick Haytack 60% (beat Ann, Victor and Derek)
6th= Ann Brookes 40% (beat Steve and Victor)
6th= Derek Buxton 40% (beat Victor and Steve)
8th Victor Stilwell 40% (beat Steve and Peter)
9th Steve Thornton 20% (beat Peter)
10th Peter Freer 20% (beat Ann)



 

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