The second team played their second match of the season against Oxfordhsire 1st Team. The squad is inexperieinced and working hard to develop their technique and matches are a good way to check progress. Their were debuts for Abbie, Aarush and Tarun.
Oxfordshire took all of the mixed games, although Warwiskshire scored 12 or more in all of the first ends, Oxfordshire pushed on in the second ends to take victories, Aarush and Abbie just lost out 17-15 in the their second end.
The Oxforshire boys were more experieced than ours and they used this to their advantage taking all of the boys singles, however, Aarush played an entertaining match losing in the third end and Sharvesh and Rujhan both lost narrowly in 2 ends.
Keerthi took the match of the day for Warwickshire in the girls singles, winning convincingly 1 and 8. Emma, Imogen and Abbie all peformed well but could not quite get over the line to take a game.
In th eboys doubles, Sharvesh and Rujhan won a good three ender, 15-13 in the third and showed improvement through the day, Tarun and Sarthak recovered from loosing the first end 15-3 to take their opponents to 3 ends, losing 15-10 in the third.
Keerthi and Emma won both of their girls doubles in determined fashion going to three ends in both. Simran and Imogen also went to three in one of their games but just lost out 11-15 in the third.
So the match score did not refelct the games, with more experience, more games would have been won and the end result would have been much closer. The team showed great determination throughout the match, well done to all players.
The team was Abbie, Emma, Imogen, Keerthi, Simran, Aarush, Rujhan, Sarthak, Sharvesh, Tarun.
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