Junior Success

A total of 83 juniors across Wiltshire descended onto Marlborough College on September 25th 2017 for the annual Junior Wiltshire County Closed.  Chippenham was represented by Marcus Wales (U15) and Josh Bailey (U13). The U13 for boys had the largest … Continue reading

February news

We’ve gained more players than we’ve lost this month  Vincent Hodges and Steve Beckford have won the free courts this month after being picked from a large list of players to play all their games last month. Please ask … Continue reading

January 2015 News

We’ve lost more players again this month, mainly due to busy lives  Congratulations to Simon Gardner who came top of box 1. Tim Jones and Mike Sotirakos have won the free courts this month after being picked from a … Continue reading

December 2014 News

We’ve lost a number of players this month due to injury, job relocation and Christmas! Rhys Merriman and Andy Smith have won the free courts this month after being picked from a large list of players to play all their … Continue reading

November News

Congratulations to Steve Wakefield for coming top of box 1. I’ll be updating the website with last month’s scores in the next couple of days. Tim Jones and Sebastian Ingham have won the free courts this month after being picked … Continue reading

October News

Once again we’ve had lots of new and returning players join the leagues so I’m afraid some of you won’t have ended up where you expected. We now have 12 leagues though, which is fantastic! James Morgan and Dave Hicks … Continue reading

July News

Chris Chard and Andy Kersey have won the free courts after being picked from a list of players who played all their games last month. Please ask at the Olympiad reception for your vouchers. Well done to Simon Gardner who … Continue reading

June News

We’ve had a couple of players join/re-join so not all promotions are as expected I’m afraid. I’ve had to temporarily increase box 5 to 6 players as well. Michael Graham and Nicki Mingay have won the free courts after being … Continue reading