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Jan 11, 2020

tt32After its Christmas break the Friday Night Matchplay at Collyer’s returned on Friday. A steady but unspectacular turn out brought in the new TT year. In the lower group players took advantage of the flexibility to play normal matches, handicapped matches or engage in practice sessions to plump more for the latter option. Youngster Leon Lukose did manage to get two wins in however. Good to see newcomers Kate and Susie Rowbottom join in the fray.

Dec 22, 2019

tt7This website news section is not able to handle the brilliance of the results and performances of the Horsham TTC juniors alongside the results, tables and other information on the main report so individual averages have had to be shown separately below.

Dec 22, 2019

tt3There was a Christmassy feel to Day 2 of the National Cadet League at Horsham recently as the 18 teams reconvened to finish off the three first round divisional groups. The organisers had the ghetto blaster going with festive songs to greet the players as they came into the hall. Last Christmas some of the teams were trotting down the A23 to play NCL in Brighton, although for some of them it was observed they played well and gave it their hearts but the very next meeting they gave it away.

Dec 16, 2019

ncl day 2Four Horsham TTC teams competed well at Day 1 of National Junior League in Brighton. Horsham A finished third from five in Division 2 but Horsham B ended up last in this tier and so were relegated. In Division 3 Horsham C just missed out on promotion after going down to eventual winners Brighton C in a super match that finished 5-4 . Horsham D ended up propping up the table but still benefitted from the competitive experience. Great work by Bilal Rehman-Furs in mobilising the HTTC contingent of 12 troops.

Dec 7, 2019

tt5The eighth week of this year's Friday Matchplay was a good one with 20 players getting involved on the night and two grids of competitive action. Alex Power normally puts in a cameo off the back of his TTE Young Ambassdor role in supporting the ladies coaching but for a change he stayed the whole night and proceedings were better for it as the Forest School youngster put in a great show to win six of his eight matches, only succumbing to big guns Tat On Man and Chris Goodyear.