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Concentration wins the hoop!
| "It just shows that the handicap system works" |
If Jon, Colin and Marion (all new players in 2012) can do so well in these prestigious National Competitions
If they can beat players with a lower handicap by playing well and using their extra turns
Then why not give it a go?
You never know, it could be you in 2013!!
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More opportunities for members at all skill levels:
Grass Roots Competition - well done Marion
For players whose handicaps are 9+, just right for beginners
Club matches were followed by Regional knockoutsMarion Button secured her place in the Final at Northampton Marion came 9th out of 16 players
Centre Stage Competition - well done Jon
For players whose handicaps are between 5 to 8 inclusive
Club matches were followed by Regional knockoutsJon Bradley went through to the Finals at Northampton Jon came 2nd out of 16
All England Handicap Championship - well done Colin
There are no handicap limits - and you can use your extra shots
Club matches were followed by Regional semi-finalsColin Britt went to Colchester for the FinalAfter 2 days of testing competitions, Colin (after winning 9 of his games) came 5th out of 16 players
"We are so proud to see the Club's success in 2012 and especially the fantastic achievements of our new members." (Mo Boys, CPCC chair)
A message to all players ...
Should I go in for these competitions in 2013?
Many members have found these competitions to be an excellent way of learning from other players, improving skills and tactics.
What can I do now for 2013?
Put your name down as soon as possible - see the notice board in the Club pavilion.
Tony Brooks (Regional and National Tournaments) | 01225 423506