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Open Day 2014


Thank you so much to everyone who attended our Open Day on Saturday 6th September. It was very well attended, with over 25 people who came to have a go - young and old, along with around 11 Club members and the President, Richard Pepperd with his 2 grand-children.

Thank you also to those who made it possible, to those who helped promote the event before, those who helped with set-up and clearing up, and to all those who made / donated cakes to sell. Also those who helped with the robot competition and everyone who helped on the day.  

Robot Competition
This attracted many people to have a go against the Robot. People had 50 balls per go and the winner was the one who got the most in a box on the table.
There was a competition for Non-league players, a separate competition for under 16's and Adults. Both Non-league competitions were won by a father and son from the same family - John Greenough and his son Alex. John managed to hit 20 balls in the box and Alex got 21! These are one's to watch for the future.

There was also a League players competition in which a former member Olly Tyndall managed to hit a staggering 45 balls out of 50 in the box.
People also had an opportunity to knock with Darren Griffin in the village hall next door.

If you are interested in joining as a Social member or a League (full) member, then contact Pete Humble, Secretary, at or (01452) 526556.