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Winter league: round 3

Ray Beresford (North Inn PC) and Andrew Jarvis (Vogue PC) keep their lead in the Cornwall winter league, with a total of 11 wins from the 12 games played and a points difference of +65.

Still in second place are Graeme Kirkham and Susan Williamson (Tregony PC), with eight wins and +51.

Coaching Inn PC's Terry Jones and Roy Pemberton have 7 wins (-3), leading from Gordon Couch (Rising Sun PC) and Rod Walker (Vogue PC) with 5 wins and -16 points.

Sarah Jarvis (Vogue PC), Richard Lapworth and Arnaud Ruetsch (both North Inn PC) also have 5 wins but are in fifth place with a points difference of -21.

Two teams didn't play in today's round, and both stand on 4 wins: Colin 'Boot' Booth (North Inn PC) and Rob Sullivan (Coaching Inn PC) are on a points difference of 0 with Sue Hardy and Markku Hypponen (both Tregony PC) just behind on -2.

Round 4 of the winter league will take place at the Star Inn, St Day, on 11 January, 2015.

 

Winter league update

After two rounds of the Cornwall winter league one team is well in front: Ray Beresford (North Inn PC) and Andrew Jarvis (Vogue PC) have eight wins from the eight games played, with a points difference of +51.

Seven teams are signed up for the competition, so all will benefit from byes as the rounds proceed over the next few months.

In second place after three wins in today's round are Susan Williamson and Graeme Kirkham (Tregony PC), with five wins and +39.

Four teams have four wins and are separated only by points difference. Colin Boot Booth (North Inn PC) and Rob Sullivan (from the recently formed Coaching Inn PC, St Columb Major) have a points difference of 0, while Sue Hardy and Markku Hypponen (regular players at Tregony PC), after three wins today, are on -2. With the same -2 points difference is a Coaching Inn PC team: Terry Jones, Roy Pemberton and a new player, Dion.

Sarah Jarvis (Vogue PC) and Richard Lapworth (North Inn) also have four wins and a points difference of -14, followed by Gordon Couch (Rising Sun PC) and Rod Walker (Vogue PC) with three wins and -23. 

All to play for in the next round, to be held at the Star Inn, St Day on 7 December. 



 

Cornwall open charity petanque event

Kernow Petanque's major charity event of the year, the Reg Daddow Memorial competition, will take place on Sunday 26 October at the Star Inn, St Day. Funds raised will go to Macmillan Cancer Support.

The competition will be an open, doubles contest, with all players welcome to take part. Registration 9.45-10.15; play starts 10.30. £5 per player entry.

In addition to the main doubles competition, there will be pointing and shooting contests during the lunch break, with prizes for the highest scorers. There will also be a raffle: donations of prizes would be very welcome.

Soup will be available in the morning before play starts and food will be available  at lunchtime. The Star will be offering a choice of roast (usually pork, chicken or beef) in a roll (£2.50) or stew and crusty bread (about £5). If you would like food please let Andrew Jarvis, Kernow Petanque Playing Officer, know your choice before 6pm on Wednesday 22 October, either by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by phone: 01872 272603. (Please do not bring your own food.)

Kernow Petanque looks forward to welcoming old friends and new - come and help us raise money for a very good cause.



 

Charity event trophy goes across the Tamar again

Kernow Petanque's Reg Daddow Memorial event has been won by a team visiting from outside Cornwall for the second year running.

Winners of the 2014 contest, held at the Star Inn, St Day on Sunday 26 October, were John Murray and Martin Britton - the Compton Vikings - of Compton Petanque Club, near Bath. Runners-up were last year's winners, also from Compton PC, Jim Britton and Adrian Williams, who went down 4-13 in the final.

Three Devon teams also travelled to take part in the competition, which, with a rather disappointing turnout of only nine Cornish teams, made a total of 14 pairs for the event. This was up on last year, however, as was the amount raised for Macmillan Cancer Support, with a total donation of £260 coming from entries, a raffle and pointing and shooting contests.

Leaders after the morning rounds were Colin 'Boot' Booth (North Inn PC) and Graeme Kirkham (Tregony PC), with four wins from four games (including victories against both the eventual finalists!), but they crashed out spectacularly in the first of the afternoon's knockout rounds in the main competition, losing 13-0 to John Baxter and Franck Depreaux of Chudleigh PC, Devon. 

Three other Cornish teams went into the main: Gordon Couch and Rod Walker lost to the Compton Vikings in round 1; Ray Beresford and Pete Downing (North Inn PC) beat Kate and Robert Herrick of the Rising Sun PC but then lost to the Vikings in round 2.

John and Franck of Chudleigh lost to Jim and Adrian, the other Compton team, in round 2, leaving an all Compton final.

In the Plate contest Pete English (Treleigh Arms Petanque Society) and Andrew Jarvis (Vogue PC) beat Jane Mackenzie and Markku Hypponen in round 1 and Terry Jones and Roy Pemberton of the new Coaching Inn PC, St Columb Major, in round 2. 

Peter and Sue Smith (Ottery PC) beat Paul Rundle and Pete Lynas (Tregony PC) in round 1, then faced off clubmates John and Rose Thatcher in round 2, the latter having won against Barbara Brown and Lena Daddow. In the final the Smiths narrowly took the victory 13-12 from Pete and Andrew.

The shooting competition was won by Franck Depreaux and the pointing by John Thatcher.

Many thanks to all who turned out, and to the Star Inn for the pre-game soup and usual excellent lunchtime food.

 

Cornwall summer league - results

The winners of this year's Cornwall summer league competition are the team from the Treleigh Arms Petanque Society (TAPS) - Simon Penna, Terry Jones, Rob Sullivan and Roy Pemberton. They finished the season with a total of 14 wins and a points difference of +54.

In second place were 2+1 - Barbara Brown, Lena Daddow and Pete Lynas - with 13 wins and +56.

Two teams notched up 12 wins, with the Artistes (Rod Walker, Gordon Couch and Andrew Jarvis) taking third place with a +36 points difference over Tregony PC's GDR (Graeme Kirkham, Dave and Rosemary Piggin) with +24.

Fifth place went to North Inn PC players Colin 'Boot' Booth, Barney Knapp and Pete Downing, with 11 wins and +49, ahead of First Timers (Ray Beresford, Paul Rundle and Susan Williamson), also with 11 wins and +21.

The Bombardiers (Arnaud Ruetsch, Ruth Beresford, Sarah Jarvis and Richard Lapworth) took seventh place with a total of 9 wins and -21.

The Rising Sun PC's Rae, Andy, Iain and Katherine Argent were in eighth place with seven wins (-33), with Rams - Wendy Booker, Peter Gliddon, Robert and Kate Herrick - also on seven wins but with a points difference of -34, 

Talent Spotters (George Evans, James Byers and Terry Downes) - unable to play all their matches because of ill health - took tenth place with two wins.

The captain's competition was narrowly won by Simon Penna, with four wins and +24, ahead of Andrew Jarvis with four wins and +20.

The Cornwall winter league is an open competition and begins on Sunday 5 October.

 


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