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Entries for August 2014

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YORKSHIRE
On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘at...
Result: IC of GB 3 – 1 Yorkshire
Event Date: Saturday 30th August 2014

The IC won a close encounter against an experienced Yorkshire  team 3-1 at Ilkley LTC. A very tight first round saw the teams share the rubbers winning both in final set tiebreaks. The second round brought two keenly contested matches with the IC running out as winners. Read more...
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PUBLIC SCHOOL OLD BOYS
Off to the PUBS...
Result: IC of GB 7 – 2 PUBS
Event Date: Saturday 9th August 2014

The IC of GB team of Lee Childs, Chris Clark, David Culshaw, Jin May, Paul Siviter and Matt Thomas beat a representative team from the Public School Old Boys 7-2. Originally planned for grass, the fixture had to be switched to artificial clay due to torrential rain the previous evening. The match consisted of three men's doubles pairs competing against each other; followed by a fantastic match supper at Stoke Park.
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HARVARD & YALE (MEN)
Prentice Cup warm-up...
Result: IC of GB 2 – 7 Harvard & Yale
Event Date: Tuesday 5th August 2014

The IC of GB team of Richard Ground, Rob Searle, James Spooner, David Culshaw, Mark Hadley and Chris Archer/Anton Bettink (injury substitute) competed on the grass courts at Roehampton against a combined Harvard and Yale team who were very sharp ahead of their Prentice Cup match two days later. The overall match score was 7 matches to 2 to Harvard and Yale. Read more...
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DAY 5 - IC U16 JUNIOR CHALLENGE WORLDWIDE FINALS
Welcome to the final round-up from the 5th day of IC U16 Junior Challenge Worldwide Finals at The All England Lawn Tennis Club. Tied 3-3 after the singles, the USA had to forfeit the mixed doubles play-off match (they had to catch an early flight home) and consequently lost to Argentina 4-3 thus ending their unbeaten run; Great Britain beat Japan 6-0; and Italy beat South Africa 5 – 1. The USA had already clinched the title yesterday but there was a three way play-off for second place as Argentina, Great Britain and Italy all finished the week with 3 wins each. Read more...