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DIVISION 3 - S'ton University 2 (2) versus Fair Oak 3 (3) played on 01-Oct-2019 at 19:15

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Alex Sawyer Squash Levels for Alex  Sawyer 6 (6) 2000 Alex Broadbridge Squash Levels for Alex  Broadbridge 12 (12) 2653 5-15 5-15 3-15 0-3
2 Neil Mallam Squash Levels for Neil  Mallam 8 (8) 2200 Chris Luetchford Squash Levels for Chris  Luetchford 14 (14) 2350 11-15 15-12 13-15 12-15 1-3
3 Luke Gibson Squash Levels for Luke  Gibson 9 (9) 2254 James Dickins Squash Levels for James  Dickins 15 (15) 2343 11-15 15-13 11-15 13-15 1-3
4 Jason Attwood Squash Levels for Jason  Attwood 10 (10) 1773 Neil Piper Squash Levels for Neil  Piper 16 (16) 2377 15-7 15-3 15-6 3-0
5 Matthew Pigott Squash Levels for Matthew  Pigott 11 (11) 2260 James Wadley Squash Levels for James  Wadley 21 (21) 2092 15-8 15-10 15-13 3-0
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
S'ton University 2 Lost to Fair Oak 3 by Strings
2 3
8 9
Win Bonus
0 5
League Organiser Adjustment
0 0
8 14

Match Report Press Report

S'ton University 2 Lost to Fair Oak 3 in a close match.

With the away team having higher Gradings in 4 of the strings, Home advantage looked to be needed to take the win. The stats turned out to be correct, with a fine Away win.

On paper, the number 3 string should have been the closest, with only 89 ranking points separating the two players before the match. The Away player, James Dickins, did well therefore to secure the win.

It was the number 2 String which turned out to be the most competitive, with the Players battling out over a total of 108 Points ! Victory finally going to the Away Player, Chris Luetchford.

Player of the tie was the Home No. 4 string, Jason Attwood, gaining 100 Ranking Points from the match.