Congratulations to Anchorians 3 consisting of Sean McMillan, Paul Norman and Jeff Norman who have won this season's Charles Stampe Trophy. They defeated Upnor 'A' on Monday, 3rd April at Sturdee's Newington venue 353-324. A full report is available CST Final Report
Victory went to The Pilgrim School from Rochester, beating Cliffedale Primary (Grantham) and Old Clee Primary (Grimsby) 7-1 and then St Andrew’s C of E Primary (Plymouth) 5-3 in the decider, making light of losing the first match to power into a 5-1 lead.
Would all Clubs please note that the qualifying criteria for league closed events is one match played by the end of the season and that all ladies events, including the mixed doubles, are open to all women working, living or at school in the Medway Towns.
Could any players (or teams) interested in forming a second team please contact me ASAP (Monday evening at the latest) as the organiser needs to know by the end of the week how many teams he has to organise the draw.
Gary Hentschel via Medway Towns ::
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