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Adult Teams 2022

Mens & Ladies Summer County Cup Team 2022
County Cup took place from Monday 18 to Friday 22 July 2022

Mens Captain: Alastair Filmer         Vice Captain: Sean Thornley

Ladies Captain: Holly Richards        Vice Captain: Jacqueline Darby


Mens & Ladies Winter County Cup Team 2022
County Cup took place from Friday 25th - Sunday 27th November 2022

Mens Captain: Alastair Filmer         Vice Captain: Sean Thornley

Ladies Captain: Holly Richards        Vice Captain: Jacqueline Darby

Men's Winter 2022
Ladies Winter 2022

Senior Teams 2022

Men's Seniors County Cup Teams

Men's Over 45 - 3rd

Men's Over 50 - 2nd

Men's Over 55 - 3rd 

Men's Over 60 - 1st

Men's Over 65 - 4th

Men's Over 70 - 1st

Men's Over 75 - 2nd

Men's Over 75 - 2nd

Men's 45 - 

Beat Middlesex 4-2,

Beat Sussex 5-1

Men's 70's are National Champions!

Men’s 70s – Jonathan Potter (Captain), Peter Pharo, Chris Mackenzie, Bob Whitehead, Dave Willan. The year started badly; Bob Whitehead had sciatica and could not move, Dave Willan ruptured a biceps and faced a 6 month layoff, whilst Gordon Hayward was having his knees done and Chris Mackenzie his hip. However we managed to play each of our 4 matches and in the 5th rubber of the final match, against Surrey, Bob and Peter had a nerve-wracking win, 10- 8 in the third set tie break, to win the match. Had they lost, Dorset would have pipped Kent to the post. Sadly, in the final, Essex withdrew because of a player having Covid. We were disappointed not to have the chance to play what would have been a very well-balanced final.

Ladies SeniorS County Cup Teams

Ladies 55's, 60's and 75's are National Champions!

Winning 55 Team

Captain: Nayla Solh    

Beat Surrey 3-2

Ladies 60's,

Captain: Jane Gentle       

Beat Hampshire & IOW 3-2

75 ladies champions

Captain: Janet Broster       

Beat Northumberland

2-2 (shoot-out)

Kent had four teams reach the finals of the National Seniors County Cup finals this year, all 4 have been crowned National Champions. Congratulations to:

Ladies 55s – Nayla Solh (Captain), Keri Jakes, Jo Moore, Gillie Turner, plus Sue Boffey (who played in group games but was injured for final) Cathy Reid Dick and Shan White were reserves for the team. Kent had an excellent season leading up to the final, beating Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Wales, just dropping two rubbers out a total of twenty.

Ladies 60s – Jane Gentle (Captain), Sally Homes, Hazel Lindfield, Linda McSorley plus Caroline Griffiths (who played in group games but was unavailable for the final). We had very strong opposition producing very close matches, with 3-2 wins over South Wales, Surrey and Yorkshire. All coming down to the crucial doubles to win the matches. Our last match against Essex, if Kent won we would play in the finals. The team won convincing 4-1 and we were over the moon to reach the finals.

Ladies 75s – Janet Broster (Captain) Marcia Ackers, Sue Colvin, Judy Maitland, Sarah Pout, Flick Shipton (plus Margaret Baker, who was injured for the final, but had won 10 out of 10 rubbers in getting to the final) Following a successful season when we won all 5 matches, beating Shropshire, Lancashire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire and IOW and Warwickshire. This was a particularly pleasing result as Kent Ladies 75s had not won in the final since 2012 when Janet and Marcia played in the 70s team who beat Surrey when there was no 75s team at the time. Worthy of note is Judy Maitland who, during the season played in 5 rubbers without losing a set.

Ladies Over 40 - 5th

Ladies Over 50 - 6th

Ladies Over 55 - 1st

Ladies Over 60 - 1st

Ladies Over 65 - 3rd

Ladies Over 70 - 2nd

Ladies Over 75 - 1st

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