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In the finals of the Yateley Manor National Schools Tournament played on 8 and 9 July at Uppingham School, two Surrey schools performed outstandingly well

In the National Championship Wilson's School lost to Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School 4 2 in the semi-final, but then beat Manchester Grammar by 5½ - ½ in the third place playoff. Homefield Prep School lost to Wilson's in the Surrey Zone final, and so they qualified for the National Plate tournament. Under the age handicap rules of the tournament they beat Camp Hill Birmingham in the semi-final by scoring 2 points out of 6, and then in the final Homefield beat Millfield School by performing a similar feat. Thus Homefield won the National Schools Plate tournament

27/6/10 Surrey win the ECF U13 title, and the ECF U18 girls title, and the ECF U13 minor tournament. Details here.

The U13 Open winning team was Adam Taylor, 163; Max Wood Robinson, 153; Timothy Foster, 144; Nicholas Jelicic, 136; Paul Waddingham, 135; Theodore Dias, 128


15/5/10 Surrey win the final of theSCCU U14/U140 against Kent and retain the Trophy


21/3/10 Surrey come third (and last) in the SCCU U18 Jamboree, whilst the 'A' team win the minor tournament.


6/3/10 Surrey win all their U14/U140 zone matches, against Sussex and Hants, to win their zone.


17/11/09 Surrey win their opening two U14/U140 match, against Sussex and Hants.


5/11/09 Briant Poulter League results will be found on the SCCA website


19/04/09 By winning the SCCU U14/U90 final Surrey complete an SCCU triple crown, winning all 3 SCCU Junior inter-county events. Results of the latest victory can be found here


29/03/09 Surrey complete an SCCU double, winning both the Open and Minor events and the SCCU Jamboree. The Open is very close, Surrey just pipping Sussex. The Minor is won with a perfect 12 out of 12. Results can be found here


 

 

 

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