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MENS DIVISION 5 - Totton 5 (5) versus Avenue 4 (4) played on 04-Apr-2017 at 19:20

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Tom Sanderson Squash Levels for Tom  Sanderson 0 (1) 2232 ADAM COCKERILL Squash Levels for ADAM  COCKERILL 0 (1) 2383 8-10 10-9 7-9 5-9 1-3
2 Stuart Cox Squash Levels for Stuart  Cox 0 (1) 2332 DOMINIC CARSON Squash Levels for DOMINIC  CARSON 0 (1) 2342 9-6 9-3 9-5 3-0
3 Steve Raynsford Squash Levels for Steve  Raynsford 0 (1) 2509 TOM EYRE Squash Levels for TOM  EYRE 0 (1) 1982 5-9 5-9 4-9 0-3
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
Totton 5 Beat Avenue 4 by Strings
3 2
Games
10 9
Win Bonus
3 0
League Organiser Adjustment
0 0
Points
15 9

Match Report Press Report

Totton 5 Beat Avenue 4 in a close match.

With the home team having higher Gradings in 3 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 2 string should have been the closest, with only 10 ranking points separating the two players before the match. Home advantage prevailed though, with Stuart Cox 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 67 Points ! Victory finally going to the Away Player, ADAM COCKERILL.

Player of the tie was the Away No. 3 string, TOM EYRE, gaining 100 Ranking Points from the match.

Player of the match must be the Away number 3 string, TOM EYRE, who over-turned a 527 ranking points disadvantage to record a great win.