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Southend players Dan Zeffie, Dan Young and Livi Jones played for Essex Cadets last Saturday12th November.

It was an 'Unbeaten' team performance against Middlesex and Surrey. Well played them all.

Dave Zeffie

 

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Our Annual Southend Quiz Night was again a most enjoyable evening with some 60 people supporting the event.  The 7 Team  Tables fitted nicely into Rawreth providing a good atmosphere throughout.

Ken Field

 

 

 

 

 

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The 2018 Annual Closed Tournament will be held from 12th to 20th February 2018 Closing Date of Entry is 14 January 2018.

Qualification for Senior and U21 League Playing Members (Div P/1/2) is 3 matches to be played by the Closing Date of Entry 14/01/18 For U21s Div 3 which 1 matc.

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Liam Squirrel’s impressive start to the season stuttered this week as he dropped the only two games lost by his side, to Harry Small and Matthew Stringer, as Thorpe Bay B beat Hockley A 7-2.

Duncan Taylor DRS

Barrie Delf DRS

David Barnes DRS

Paul Strutt DRS

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The format was each team consists of 3 boys and 2 girls. A maximum of 10 points per match. The girls played against each other. The boys no 1 played 1 & 2, no 2 play 1 & 3 finally no 3 played 2 & 3. Matt was ranked no 2. 

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• Premier Division 

In the final match this week Warehouse (Kim Shead, Martin Turner and martin West) proved too strong for Stanford in a 6-3 win although Rahul Sharma continued his great start to the season with a hatrick for the defeated side.

Duncan Taylor DRS

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It was a night to forget for Rayleigh Mill as they came up against the “Great Wall of Lentern”. That Wall of course was Ian Wall, who, along with his team mates Keith Adams and Edward Ogbebor (and a little help from the net) soundly thrashed Rayleigh Mill 9-0.

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SDTTL 2017-8 Week 4 Reports

Stanford-le-Hope beat Hadleigh Forum B 5-4 this week in what will probably be an important game in the battle for survival in the Premier division. Rahul Sharma continued his excellent start to the season with a triple for Stanford. 

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A Chudi Ukpaka maximum inspired Basildon Hospital to a 6 – 3 home win against Wakering. Dean Baker pitched in with two wins and Albert Harrison added another. For the visitors, Nigel Cook won two and Stewart Mills one.

David  Barnes DRS

 

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