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Entry forms for this winters Men's Notts CIBA competitions have been posted on the Men's County Notice Board, closing date for entries is 15th December. Entry fee is £2.50 per person, please pay at the bar.

Dates & venues have already been set for Quarters, Semi's & Finals & these are posted on the County Fixture Schedule. So if you are planning on putting in an entry, make sure you are available on these set dates.



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On the same Sat (3rd Nov) as our men lost in the Denny Cup, our ladies did a lot better in the EIBA's Yetton Trophy, beating local rivals Nottingham by 24 shots.

Last year our ladies lost in the 1st round, but went on to win the Plate Competition, beating Ashford (Kent) in the final at Nottingham in April. This season they now have the opportunity to have a run in the main event & their next game will be against South Forest on Sat 17th Nov at 10.00am. Usual 2 rinks at home & 2 away.



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On Sat 3rd Nov Erewash Men took on Church Gresley in the 2nd round of the EIBA's Denny Cup and in what can only be described a "disappointing performance" unfortunately lost by 84 shots to 67. Good luck to Church Gresley in the 3rd round, they play Nottingham on the 17th Nov.



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Erewash Ladies played their 2nd County Inter-club league game of the season, away to Bassetlaw, on Sat 27th Oct and the game finished in a tie on 54 shots each.

Bassetlaw won on 2 rinks & Erewash won on 1 rink, so Bassetlaw took 9 points & Erewash 7 points. Our ladies next Coppock league game will be on Sat 12th Jan when they will be at home to Newark.



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A mixed team of Erewash men & ladies played Melton Mowbray in the EIBA's Top Club competition on Sat 21st Oct and in what proved to be a very close game ended up winning by 5 shots.

This is a slightly different competition as it involves 2 singles games, 1 mixed pairs, 1 mixed triples & 1 mixed fours. 2 points awarded to the winner of each singles & 4 points each to the winners of the pairs, trips & fours. Towards the end of the game it was clear the 16 points were going to be shared equally between the 2 teams, which meant the winners would be decided on shot difference. Erewash finished the game with a total of 90 shots, while Melton only scored 85 shots.

Erewash will now play Barwell in the 2nd round on Sunday morning 18th Nov. All 5 games will be played at Erewash, 10.00am start.   


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