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The William Heptinstall Award is made each year to enable a young person to widen his or her culinary experience whilst travelling outside the UK and is presently worth 3,500 to the recipient.

The Award is primarily designed to allow the recipient fully to experience the cuisine of the area to be visited, while undertaking an overseas stage or stages that had already been contemplated.
 
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DIVISION THREE WEST - Littlehampton II (2) versus Middleton IV (4) played on 15-Nov-2019 at 19:15

String Home Team Player Ranking Grading Away Team Player Ranking Grading Score Result
1 Phil Wood Squash Levels for Phil  Wood 6 (6) 2280 Rob Bond Squash Levels for Rob  Bond 24 (16) 2520 8-15 4-15 12-15 0-3
2 Joe Bridgeman Squash Levels for Joe  Bridgeman 7 (7) 2281 Ryan Walkley Squash Levels for Ryan  Walkley 34 (22) 2243 15-13 10-15 15-11 7-15 15-12 3-2
3 Paul Kearsley Squash Levels for Paul  Kearsley 9 (8) 1973 Charlie Maginnis Squash Levels for Charlie  Maginnis 35 (23) 1914 7-15 6-15 10-15 0-3
4 Nick Cochrane Squash Levels for Nick  Cochrane 10 (9) 2300 Nicholas Bond Squash Levels for Nicholas  Bond 45 (26) 2400 15-10 15-5 14-16 15-10 3-1
5 Steve Slaughter Squash Levels for Steve  Slaughter 12 (11) 2020 Ed Hendrick Squash Levels for Ed  Hendrick 46 (27) 2400 15-8 15-10 15-8 3-0
(U) - Unranked at time of match Home Team Away Team
Littlehampton II Beat Middleton IV by Strings
3 2
Games
9 9
Win Bonus
5 0
League Organiser Adjustment
0 0
Points
14 9

Match Report Press Report League Organiser Comments

Away Unranked Player 1 Nick Bond
Away Unranked Player 2 Ed Hendrick
Littlehampton II Beat Middleton IV in a close match.

With the away team having higher Gradings in 3 of the strings, Home advantage looked to be needed to take the win. Local knowledge duly defeated the statisticians and the home team came through for a good win.

On paper, the number 2 string should have been the closest, with only 38 ranking points separating the two players before the match. Home advantage prevailed though, with Joe Bridgeman winning through.

It was the number 2 String which turned out to be the most competitive, with the Players battling out over a total of 128 Points ! Victory finally going to the Home Player, Joe Bridgeman.

Player of the tie was the Home No. 5 string, Steve Slaughter, gaining 100 Ranking Points from the match.
Away strings 4 and 5 played as unranked players and have been added retrospectively. They played in the bottom team of the club so there is no infringement.