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GC level singles one day tournament played at SCCC on 12.10.14 - by Jonathan_Isaacs 21/10/2014 @ 08:02

The tournament was played on an Egyptian Format & split into 2 divisions. In the case of a draw by final index level, the net combined score for each individual was taken into account.

Robin Wootton narrowly beat Luc Berthouze in Division 1 having a similar index but with a net score 1 better than Luc.
In the 2nd Division Michelle Damon was a clear winner.

The format was well received by the players and allowed us to complete sufficient games before the heavens opened.

Jonathan Isaacs
Tournament Manager

Award for Frances Low in her other sport - by John_Low 04/10/2014 @ 14:59

As many in the club will know, summer Saturday's for Frances means only one thing - and it's not croquet!

As the regular home scorer for Rottingdean Cricket Club, Frances has been awarded this year's OSCA (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) for Sussex in the Umpires and Scorers category and attends the National Awards Ceremony at Lords Cricket Ground on Monday 6th October

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- by Clive_Hayton 03/10/2014 @ 08:42

Members: Please attend this meeting if you can.

 

SUSSEX COUNTY CROQUET & LAWN TENNIS CLUB

 

NOTICE is hereby given of a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING to be held on

Saturday 18th October 2014 at 2.00 pm in the Tennis Pavilion.

 

AGENDA

 

  1. Introduction by the Chairman.

  2. The sole item of business is to consider an amendment to Rule 5 Paragraph 2 which currently reads “The JMC may call a Special General Meeting when they deem it necessary or in response to a request signed by at least 10% of the membership of the Joint Club, by inviting all full members of each constituent Club and giving 14 days notice. The matter(s) to be discussed will be specified in the notice calling the meeting. A quorum will be 15 people from EACH constituent Club.”

  3. The proposed amendment to the JMC Rules reads as follows: “In accordance with Rule 5, the JMC will call a Special General Meeting if any disposal or change of use of all or any part of the Land referred to in Rule 6 is being considered. The consent of a majority of at least 75% of the full membership of each constituent Club shall be required to any such disposal or change of use.”

  4. Proposal and vote on the adoption of the amendment to the Rules.

 

 

Sally Fairman

Hon Secretary


End of Season Dinner - by Clive_Hayton 19/09/2014 @ 09:09

SCCC End of Season Dinner

&

Annual Prizegiving

 

Friday 10th October 2014

7pm for 7.30pm

 

Menu

 

Oriental Butternut Squash Soup

 

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Roast Leg of English Lamb

Pommes Dauphinoise

Assorted Vegetables

 

Or

 

Roast Vegetable Lasagne

(Vegetarian option available on request in advance)

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A selection of indulgent desserts

 

£12.50

 

To book your place please sign up on the club noticeboard or email Chrissy Isaacs


Sussex GC Open won by Andrew Cowing - by John_Low 08/09/2014 @ 09:07

A lovely autumn weekend saw Andrew Cowing triumph in the GC Open Competition for the Hamilton Trophy, beating local player Janet Hoptroff in the final 7-4, 2-7, 7-5.

The field was reduced by four withdrawals through ilness, injury or no show and left the Manager wishing he had powers of foresight!

The consolation bottle was awarded to Jonathan Isaacs, as a shortened (so players could watch the final) Swiss competition did not produce a true outcome.

 

Full results to follow.

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AC 14 pt Doubles Competition - by John_Low 25/08/2014 @ 20:40

The team AC 14pt Doubles competition was won by Southwick.

 

However the star of the weekend was:

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The guest player didn't dominate on the lawn as she spent quite a lot of time doing this:

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Any good photo captions will be published (if clean!)  Email webmaster.


South of England Croquet Week in danger of cancellation - by John_Low 21/08/2014 @ 08:28

The South of England Week played at Compton Croguet Club, Eastbourne 22-27 September  is looking for more players, otherwise it may be cancelled.

Club Chairman Mike Cockburn writes:

"We are keen to encourage more players to enter this long-established tournament and would be grateful if you could bring this message to the attention of any of your members who might be interested. It takes place at the Compton Croquet Club in Eastbourne and features handicap singles, handicap doubles, class singles and a consolation singles. Entrants may choose one or more events and the programme is structured in such a way that players need only be present for part of the week if they wish - see below for a brief summary: full details in the CA's Fixtures' Calendar (pages 49/50) or on the CA website (click the “Tournaments” tab, “Fixtures Calendar” under “Individual Competitions”, scroll down to “22-27 Sep” and choose the “i” icon for information or the green and red icon to enter).

 

Entries may be made online via the CA website (preferred) or by post - but in the latter case an email to the manager Colin Hemming (Colin@ColinHemming.com) would be much appreciated.

 

Lunches and teas will be available and we hope to provide Eastbourne's famous sunshine!"

 


High Bisque Tournament 2014 - by John_Low 18/08/2014 @ 19:25

For a report on this tournament, see here.


Annual Tournament Results - by John_Low 17/08/2014 @ 20:38

The Advanced Class Singles (Annual Tournament) was reduced from three classes to one event this year, due to lack of entries.

The competition was won by David Mumford who won all five games.  Congratulations to him.  The Scott Cup was used as the trophy for the event (normally the B Class trophy).

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The runner-up with 4 wins was David Cook.

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Full results:

1    David Cook     beat     Roger Wood    +12
2    Ray Hall     beat     Mark Hamilton    +8
3    David Mumford     beat     Richard Jackson    +10
4    Jonathan Isaacs     beat     Liz Farrow    +24
5    Phil Dunk     beat     John M Taylor    +17


6    Liz Farrow     beat     John M Taylor    +2
7    David Cook     beat     Ray Hall    +19
8    David Mumford     beat     Jonathan Isaacs    +6
9    Roger Wood     beat     Phil Dunk    +16
10    Mark Hamilton     beat     Richard Jackson    +4


11    David Mumford     beat     David Cook    +14
12    Jonathan Isaacs     beat     Ray Hall    +23
13    Phil Dunk     beat     Mark Hamilton    +2
14    Roger Wood     beat     Liz Farrow    +6
15    John M Taylor     beat     Richard Jackson    +16


16    David Mumford     beat     Phil Dunk    +4
17    David Cook     beat     Jonathan Isaacs    +13
18    Roger Wood     beat     Ray Hall    +13tpo
19    John M Taylor     beat     Mark Hamilton    +8
20    John Low     beat     Liz Farrow    +18


21    David Mumford     beat     Roger Wood    +7
22    David Cook     beat     Phil Dunk    +6
23    John M Taylor     beat     Jonathan Isaacs    +16
24    John Low     beat     Ray Hall    +10
25    Liz Farrow     beat     Mark Hamilton    +3 

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GC High Handicap Ladder Competition - by Clive_Hayton 07/08/2014 @ 20:12

The GC High Handicap Ladder Competition is running again,

from 1st September to the end of November.

 

Details are here.


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