Denny Cup squad through to the last 16
Following comprehensive wins against King George and Camberley, a tough local derby against Egham in the 3rd round, Wey Valley overcame a great Barking side in a thrilling match with Wey Valley coming out on top 76-62 to book our place in the last 16 on the 5th January. Well done to all involved and thank you for the spectators for their support.
Result v Barking:
At Wey Valley
Sammy Tindall, Chris Young, Paul Coleman & Jon Wilson 25-11 v Jamie Holmes
Paul Vamvacopolous, Ross Marshall, Charlie Souter, Simon Clarke 14-19 v Mark Nullmeyers
James Bruder, Jake Ladd, Matt White, Charles Bruder 17-14 v Scott Reading
Jamie Tindall, Myles Clements, Ian Ross, Dan Morris 20-18 v Dave Betts
Men’s Over 60’s through in style
The Wey Valley Over 60’s double rink team beat Croydon in style 41-21 to set up the next round v King George or Mole Valley on the 11th December.
At Wey Valley:
Norman Crawley, Harry Craig, John Green & Paul Vamvacopolous 23-15
At Croydon: Tony Fry, Peter Dixon, John Kenton & Ian Ross 18-6
Wey Valley win Home Counties Triples
Congratulations to Myles Clements, Dan Morris & Charles Bruder for winning the Home Counties Triples, beating Kent in the semi-final, followed by a narrow win against Berkshire to claim the trophy.
Congratulations to Ross Marshall on receiving an England U25 trial.
Club star Ross Marshall has received an England U25 Trial, to be held on 2nd December at Rugby Thornfield. Ross is one of the club’s rising stars, having won last year’s Surrey Pairs and reaching the England U25 National Singles Semi-final. More details on the England trial can be found here
Coleman hits the World Bowls trail
Former international Paul Coleman has qualifed for the 2019 World Indoor Singles Championships. In January he will make his way to Potters International Hotel in Norfolk after battling through qualifying rounds at Bromley IBC on the 8th and 9th of September.
Paul was delighted to have got through and said the extra practise he had put in helped get his preperation for the qualifiers and the new indoor season up and running.
He is no stranger to these WBT events and has played in the world and other events several times over the years and the club is delighted to have representation in such a prestigous tournament. Paul will look to continue his form through the next few months of competitions and get ready for another world challenge come the new year.
Car Park Plan
We now have a plan of how the car park outside the club will look once it has been re-painted. If you would like to view please CLICK HERE.
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