Mark & Carolyn Brown retain their Senior mixed doubles title at the Kent County Championships 2021
Having literally only had a brief practice together down at the club since the first lock down Mark & Carolyn managed to hold off the junior pairing of Abbie Hurley & Ryan Farthing to take the senior doubles title back home
Abbie receiving her Gold medal from County secretary and over 60s champion Mark Romano. Abbie beat Anita Jermyn in the final. Abbie also received silver medals as Runners up in both the Womens Doubles & the mixed Doubles partnered by Lorraine Perryman & Ryan Farthing respectively
Hi All, please find results & averages for round 1 NJL. For those checking this out I must first explain the format of the event to give a perspective of what the placings mean. Bare with me, here we go! Firstly the higher perceived standards of the teams are placed in Div 2 and the lower perceived teams are placed in Div 1. The top placed teams from Div 2 after this round go up to Div 1 and the 2 bottom placed teams in Div 1 go down to Div 2, are you following me so far! this is the case for session 2 on the 27th November, for session 3 on the 22nd January 2022 only the top team of Div 2 goes up and the bottom team of Div 1 goes down, leaving all the strongest teams in Div 1 and the remaining teams in Div 2 for the final session on 26th February. This format means all the teams and all the players compete with everybody regardless of standard and also provides a final event to play for winner and runners up positions and medals for their respective Divisions.
Matt took out the number 1 and number 3 seeds in his age group band and finished a very creditable 3rd overall winning 6 out 7 of his matches. Ben likewise had a good day and picked up a silver medal in his age group band. Well done guys a very good start to the season.
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