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  • James Death won AC Mens Championship

    James Death won the Mens Championship at Budleigh Salterton, beating Pete Trimmer 3-0 in the best of five final.

  • Pavilion Water Supply

    The digging on 4th June failed to locate the supply pipe, so the Council have asked Severn-Trent to quote for installing a new supply from the main and cut off the old one.  In the meantime, we continue to suffer from low pressure.  I hope to post a further update when a date for the work has been fixed.

  • Joel Taylor won AC B Level

    Joel Taylor from Oxford won the AC B Level tournament, coming back from one down to beat Omied Hallam in a closely contested best of three final.  Rob Edlin-White won the consolation event.  Many thanks to Richard White and his family for managing and catering for the weekend.

  • Pavilion Water Supply

    Repair work to the leak in the water main serving the pavilion is finally due to start on Wednesday, 4th June.  It may take several days, with interruptions to the supply, depending on what is found.  Please keep the urn and saucepans on the hob topped up when water is available and it may be necessary to fill buckets from the stream to flush the toilets.

  • Nottingham concedes to Surbiton in Inter-Club

    A breakdown in e-mail communication meant that Nottingham were unable to raise a team on the agreed date to play Surbiton in the AC Inter-Club, so have conceded the match to them.

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