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MENS DIVISION 3 - Fair Oak 2 (2) versus Portsmouth Navy 1 (1) played on 10-Jan-2012 at 19:20

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Peter Des Clayes Squash Levels for Peter  Des Clayes 0 (1) 2074 Barry Crosswood Squash Levels for Barry  Crosswood 0 (1) 1912 9-3 9-10 2-9 9-7 1-9 2-3
2 Andrew Codrai Squash Levels for Andrew  Codrai 0 (1) 2121 Robin Young Squash Levels for Robin  Young 0 (1) 2043 2-9 6-9 2-9 0-3
3 Russell Baker Squash Levels for Russell  Baker 0 (1) 2022 Dave Milford Squash Levels for Dave  Milford 0 (1) 1790 9-5 9-5 5-9 A 2-3
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
Fair Oak 2 Lost to Portsmouth Navy 1 by Strings
1 4
7 12
Win Bonus
0 3
League Organiser Adjustment
-3 3
4 20

Match Report Press Report League Organiser Comments
Strings 4 and 5 have played in the wrong order.
Fair Oak 2 Lost to Portsmouth Navy 1.

On paper, the number 2 string should have been the closest, with only 78 ranking points separating the two players before the match. The Away player, Robin Young, did well therefore to secure the win.

It was the number 1 String which turned out to be the most competitive, with the Players battling out over a total of 68 Points ! Victory finally going to the Away Player, Barry Crosswood.

Player of the tie was the Away No. 1 string, Barry Crosswood, gaining 40 Ranking Points from the match.

If the Home No. 3 player, Russell Baker, had not had to withdraw after 3 game(s) the result could have been closer.
5string awarded to away team as wrong order used