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Edinburgh Tournament

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11-16 August 2003 (AC - Mixed)

Event 1, Open Singles (The Cramond Cup): John Beech.
Event 2, Advanced Play for players of handicap 4 or over (The Ian H. Wright
Trophy): Fergus McInnes.
Event 3, Advanced with Bisques for players of handicap 8 or over (The Silver Jubilee Salver): Allan Hawke. Event 4, Handicap for players of handicap 14 or over (The Walter B. Laing
Cup): Walter Brown.
Event 5, Handicap Doubles (The Norton Wright Trophies): Rod Williams and Charlotte Townsend. Event 6, Unrestricted Handicap, X (The Edinburgh Croquet Cup): Robert Lay. Event 6, Unrestricted Handicap, Swiss (The Milne Trophy): John Seddon. The Lauder Bowl (player getting furthest without winning an event): Richard Delmas.

The following handicap changes occurred. (The asterisked players are not CA members according to the 2003 Directory.)

Mary Barnes: from 14 to 16

Walter Brown: From 20 to 18

Richard Delmas: From 18 to 16

Robert Lay: From 14 to 12

Fergus McInnes: from 5 to 4.5
John Seddon: from 9 to 8

full report, on the SCA website.


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