Teams are up on the noticeboard and I’ll post on here later.
Busy day on Saturday. There will be bacon rolls available at both venues before the game which starts promptly at 10.00 am. No after match meal but those playing at Wey Valley can order food from their restaurant.
Home Teams – Captain Laurence:
Bob, Luigi, Reg & Barry
David S, Ian L, Laurence & George
Away Teams – Captain Kevin:
Ian D, Graham D, Richard D, Kevin K
Colin N, Dave A, David H & Peter T
Please let Laurence or Kevin know if you have a problem (related to this match – not sure about other counselling available!)
What a great afternoon and lovely to see three of our new members joining us and they ertainly did not disgrace themselves!
Well done to Ron B, Rita and who scored +12.
Thanks to everyone who dived into the kitchen and washed and cleared up afterwards – absolutely brilliant work! Thanks to Ann M working behind the bar for us.
Thanks to Laurence for organising the:
Table Football competition – winners Laurence & Ann M
Kerling competition – winners Ted & Jim P
Crazy golf – Laurence (seems like a running theme here); and
Table Tennis – winner Dawn
We’ve played, we’ve chatted, we’ve danced and we’ve eaten. Boy, oh boy, have we eaten well! We’ve also walked through the snow which magically came down yesterday morning. All gone now though so that’s better for the journey home.
There are plenty of photos on the Cambridge Park Facebook page of the various activities.
It’ll be interesting coming back to the club and playing on a green carpet at least 3 yards shorter than those we’ve played on this week. Hope we have good memories of how to play as we have matches on both Saturday and Sunday!
Frances and Bob have produced wonderful draw sheets on the large red noticeboard adjacent to hte Men’s changing room.
Please arrange the date to play within 10 days and put date on sheet. (You don’t have to play the first round within 10 days just fix the date to play it)
If you’re not heading off on the tour to Potters w/c 27th, this is a good time to get early rounds in as there are no leagues that week. Just a thought!
Unfortunately London Irish couldn’t get a team together this time. Next year they’ll be back.
Allow extra travel time as there’s rugby on again
We’ll adjust the format depending on how many come along.
Wear what you like. Tea & Crumpets for afters.
A Lot of fun and banter was shared on Sunday afternoon. Our Match Captain Peter T enjoyed winding the oppostion up – he could do that as he usually plays for them. He also managed to get top rink with Laurence, Ann B & Alan B, after a slow start.
Well done to George’s team on their win too. Dawn & Norman’s teams came second – oops!
Lovely hot meal from Kim which was very welcome on a crisp autumn evening. Thanks to Frances on her first stint behind the bar and thanks to everyone else who helped around the club with various others tasks.
Ann B, Alan B, Laurence & Peter T
Bob, Gerry, Ray P & George
Rita, Audrey, Corale & Norman
Ranjani, Ray V, Jim P & Dawn
Match Captain: Peter T
Whites, club shirts. Match fee £9.50 including Cottage Pie Meal.
Jill G will took about £200 for the RNLI, yesterday and wants to thank everyone for their support.so do bring some extra pennies to support the cause.
It was a win for the Ladies – yippee! The afternoon was played with great banter and competitive spirit with lots of winding the opposition up. Poor Laurence was given a hard time by Norman and Terry!
Brian N, Roy E, Bernard & Laurence lost to Dawn, Ange, Susie & Joh(a)n(nna) G
Bob, Peter, Reg & Barry beat Amanda, Ann B, Ann W, Sheila M & Amanda by 2 shots ,although Amanda’s team won more ends!
John L, Ron B, Alan B & George lost to Evelyn, Frances, Stella & Audrey
Cliff, Jack, Terry & Norman beat Joan O’N, Ann D, Joan H & Wilma
Congratulations to Ange for her first match and joining the wrong Bias Club (twice) all on the same day!
Congratulations to Ange, Susie, Peter A and Ann W for their first competitive match for the club. We hope they continue to sign up for games.
Thanks to Jack who came at the last minute in the morning. We hope Jean, Ron C and Archie feel more like their normal selves soon.
Lovely to see Ken and Cath at tea time.
Thanks to Kim, Sam & Ellie for the lovely Roast Pork dinner – very much appreciated; and to Ann M who served behind the bar and also helped wash up.