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PREMIER DIVISION - Lee-on-Solent 1 (1) versus Trojans 1 (1) played on 09-Dec-2014 at 19:20

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Tim Vail Squash Levels for Tim Vail 0 (1) 3304 Rory Pennell Squash Levels for Rory  Pennell 0 (1) 3320 11-7 11-8 11-4 3-0
2 Brandon Hanley Squash Levels for Brandon  Hanley 0 (1) 3085 Phil Nightingale Squash Levels for Phil  Nightingale 0 (1) 3330 15-17 6-11 8-11 0-3
3 Robbie Keefe Squash Levels for Robbie  Keefe 0 (1) 3113 Neil Chambers Squash Levels for Neil  Chambers 0 (1) 3150 11-8 7-11 7-11 11-3 11-8 3-2
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
Lee-on-Solent 1 Beat Trojans 1 by Strings
4 1
12 9
Win Bonus
3 0
League Organiser Adjustment
0 0
17 9

Match Report Press Report

Lee-on-Solent 1 Beat Trojans 1.

With the away team having higher Gradings in 4 of the strings, Home advantage looked to be needed to take the win. Local knowledge duly defeated the statisticians and the home team came through for a good win.

On paper, the number 1 string should have been the closest, with only 16 ranking points separating the two players before the match. Home advantage prevailed though, with Tim Vail winning through.

It was the number 3 String which turned out to be the most competitive, with the Players battling out over a total of 88 Points ! Victory finally going to the Home Player, Robbie Keefe.

Player of the tie was the Home No. 4 string, , gaining 40 Ranking Points from the match.

With 3 strings going the distance, the match turned out to be a hard-fought battle.

If the Away No. 5 player, , had not had to withdraw after 4 game(s) the result could have been closer.