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2016 season under way

A good turnout of 13 pairs for the annual Easter Egg Shoot on 3 April, which - despite a damp beginning to the day - set the Kernow season going in style.

Winners after five rounds were Simon Penna and Rob Sullivan (both Coaching Inn PC), with five wins and a points difference of +46. Second place went to Lena Daddow (Vogue PC) and Pete Lynas (Tregony), also with five wins and +23.

Peter 'PD' Downing (North Inn) and Mark Hypponen (Tregony) took third, with 4 wins and +23.

Sights are set now on the first round of the summer league, to be played on or before Sunday 17 April, and Cornwall's annual encounter with Devon region, which will take place in Exeter on 24 April.

 

Setting the boules rolling for 2016

Kernow Petanque kicks off the 2016 season in style with the annual Easter Egg Shoot doubles competition, to be held at the Star Inn, Vogue, St Day, on Sunday 3 April.

This is an open event, with participation welcome from all Cornwall petanque players (plus those from across the Tamar). Whether you play with a petanque club, a U3A or twinning group, or have played on holiday and would like to try your hand again, come along and pit your boule-skills against the rest.

Registration for the competition is from 10.00 to 10.15, with play starting at 10.30. Entry fee £5 per player

There will be a lunchtime break for the Star Inn’s filled roast and vegetarian rolls – please order in advance through Kernow Petanque Playing Officer Andrew Jarvis on 01872 272603 or contact the Star Inn direct on 01209 820242. (Please do not bring your own food or refreshments to this event.)

For more information contact Andrew Jarvis on 01872 272603.

 

Kernow Petanque programme 2016

The Kernow Petanque calendar for 2016 is now available, offering a great mix of events for members and a number of dates which are open to all. It includes Regional Singles, Doubles and Triples competitions, an inter-regional match against Devon and a three-way event between Cornwall, Devon and Great Western.

This year's Summer League will operate to a new format as an inter-club or venue competition: details will be available soon.

Following the final round of the Winter League competition next Sunday, 13 March, the first event of the 2016 programme will be the Easter Egg Shoot, an open doubles contest to take place at the Star Inn, St Day, on Sunday 3 April. Full details soon.

 

Winter league - last round

T-shirt weather today for the final games in the Cornwall winter league, held at the Star Inn, St Day. Colin 'Boot' Booth (North Inn PC) and Graeme Kirkham (Tregony PC) took two more wins and a bye to give them a total of 47 league points and a win-lose points difference of +78.

Second place went to last year's winners Ray Beresford (North Inn) and Drew Jarvis (Vogue PC), with 31 league points and -3.

Pete English (North Inn) and Sarah Jarvis (Vogue) took third with 28 points (-10), squeaking in ahead of the absent Pete 'PD' Downing (North Inn) and Mark Hypponen (Tregony) who came home just behind on 27 points (+18).

Three other teams took part in the early rounds - Dion Beechey and Rob Sullivan, Roy Pemberton and Terry Jones (all from Coaching Inn PC), and Richard Lapworth and Arnaud Ruetsch (both North Inn) - but were hit by illness, injury and other commitments.

 

Winter league - penultimate round

Colin Boot Booth and Graeme Kirkham clinched the 2015-2016 winter league title with two wins in the last-but-one round of the competition, played at the Star Inn on Sunday 28 February.

However, they lost again to fourth-placed duo Pete English and Sarah Jarvis, who broke their winning streak in the last round.

Boot and Graeme have notched up an overall total of 41 league points and a points difference of +54, ahead of last year's league winners, Ray Beresford and Drew Jarvis, who hold second place with 28 league points and +9. Hard on their heels are Mark Hypponen and Pete PD Downing (replaced by Susan Williamson in this round) with 27 points and +18.

Also just in contention for second and third places are Pete and Sarah, with 21 points and -16.

Although the league began with seven contending teams, illness and other commitments have meant that it has been reduced to these four. Final placings for second, third and fourth will be determined in the final round on Sunday 13 March.

 


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