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Acorns Copthorne Squash Club
Club Address Acorns Health & Leisure Club
Copthorne Road
Copthorne
Crawley
Post Code RH10 3PG Google Map
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Telephone 01342 715022 Fax 01342 716976
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DIVISION FOUR EAST - Copthorne Squash Club IV (4) versus Corals VII (7) played on 28-Feb-2014 at 19:00

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Squash Levels for 0 (1) 2720 Chris Priest Squash Levels for Chris  Priest 0 (1) 2465 7-9 0-9 9-8 9-3 0-9 2-3
2 Roy Moore Squash Levels for Roy  Moore 0 (1) 2586 David Lord Squash Levels for David  Lord 0 (1) 2430 10-9 9-5 9-1 3-0
3 Jon Rosendale Squash Levels for Jon  Rosendale 0 (1) 2444 Squash Levels for 0 (1) 2440 5-9 10-8 9-4 9-4 3-1
4 Squash Levels for 0 (1) 2445 William Rowe Squash Levels for William  Rowe 0 (1) 2424 9-6 9-7 9-4 3-0
5 Squash Levels for 0 (1) 2470 Squash Levels for 0 (1) 2485 9-4 6-9 9-4 9-3 3-1
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
Copthorne Squash Club IV Beat Corals VII by Strings
4 1
Games
14 5
Win Bonus
5 0
League Organiser Adjustment
0 0
Points
19 5

Match Report Press Report

Copthorne Squash Club IV Beat Corals VII.

With the home team having higher Gradings in 4 of the strings, the match was always going to be in their favour. This turned out to be the case with a Home win.

On paper, the number 3 string should have been the closest, with only 4 ranking points separating the two players before the match. Home advantage prevailed though, with Jon Rosendale winning through.

It was the number 1 String which turned out to be the most competitive, with the Players battling out over a total of 63 Points ! Victory finally going to the Away Player, Chris Priest.

Player of the match must be the Away number 1 string, Chris Priest, who over-turned a 255 ranking points disadvantage to record a great win.