Division Five Revolution E started the week with a cracking match and 114 point advantage against Division Four Kempston Boys Brigade. It was nip and tuck all the way with many individual games going both ways despite playing against the higher division. All the matches were played in great spirit. However, it was the Kempston team who managed to steal the win by just nine points. Well played to Ram, Kyle and Sam.
Revolution B, C and D played at home on Tuesday whilst the F team were away at Elstow. Ian Baldock’s B team giving away 69 points to last year’s winners Bedford Community A managed to secure a 25 point win. Henry Simmons kept up a steady game only dropping one game all evening supported by Owen Hewett who only dropped two games.
Our Division Three C team rejuvenated by new signing Martin Walters recorded their best performance of the season so far beating middle of the Division Two table Elstow B by a massive 72 points, having started with a 57 point advantage. This result highlights that they are still a force to be reckoned with in their own division and hopefully will be progressing over the forthcoming weeks.
Division Five Revolution D had the closest of finishes as with a 66 point start they took on Bedford Community D currently lying third in Division Four. Ben Baguley had his best evening so far this season and apart from letting a 9-1 lead against Tim Kirby become a 10-11 loss he should be very pleased with his evening. Julian Krishna playing up also played well despite tragically breaking his bat in the final match as he caught it against the table. It was left to the captain, Chris Nicol, to hold his nerve as they went into the final match only three points clear against the dangerous Ronnie Tannis. Chris performed admirably and completed a four point win 11-8, 11-9, 11-9, 10-11.
The Revolution F team found too much of a mountain to climb over at Elstow and lost by 108 points.