No More Blistering Speed

November turned out to be a month to forget for teams 2, 3 and 4 as none were able to record a victory.

When asked about his teams fixture against West Worthing this month, Captain Jon Tucker had this to say; ‘P*** Poor’. He later admitted ‘It wasn’t our best performance, but we had a good time’.

The first team were able to record a convincing victory over Bognor earlier this month; only 2 games were dropped in a 20-2 win against the bottom side.

Our second fixture of the month was far more challenging. A trip to near rivals Crawley was always going to be tough after a huge influx of players at K2.

At this point I am obliged to mention I lost to a 15 year old. Curtis Malik, one of England’s top juniors and proud representative of Sussex, technically won this exchange. I, however, feel a true victim as I was plagued with a terminal injury which doctors called – a blister.

Sad ailment had taken the shape of a small island and was located on the sole of my foot. This was a problem as I was unable to unleash my usually quick feet to full, Fred Astaire like capacity.

Huge credit goes to young Will Johnson who managed to win a hotly contested match 9-2 in the 5th. Nathan Miller and Captain Tony were able to take a game each from what may prove to be the toughest fixture of the season.

Fear not, faithful readers of the BCS Squash Blog. Tactical discussions and analysis will commence this month at the Team Christmas Curry.

The 1st team sit in 2nd position in Division 2, teams 2 and 3 find themselves bottom of Division 3 while Bluecoats IV prop up Division 4.

Kit Pearman
Club Coach, No.1 and Poster Boy

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