2003 London Tournament

Howard Wiseman reports:

Seventy-two players entered the London Tournament this year. Twenty-four pairs entered the Festival, with twelve extremely strong pairs entering the Main event, including defending Champions Matthew Wiseman and James Toop.

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2002 London Tournament

Howard Wiseman reports:

The weather wasn't great - but the Tournament was! Very well attended again with eighty players, it was wonderful to see all eighteen Highgate School Fives courts in full use throughout the weekend. Everyone played through a large Pool of pairs on the Saturday in order to determine their position in the draw for the following day.

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2001 London Tournament

Howard Wiseman reports:

The London Tournament took place at Highgate again this year under the management of the Rugby & Eton Fives Coaching Agency. This was possibly the largest London Tournament that there has ever been, with over one hundred and twenty players taking part.

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2000 London Tournament

Sanjaya Ranasinghe reports:

For the fourth year running, the London Tournament at Highgate attracted roughly sixty players. There were welcomed newcomers from Lancing School and Emanuel School.

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1999 London Tournament

Howard Wiseman reports:

In the third year since its successful relaunch in 1997, the London Tournament returned to Highgate's courts. Once again, it proved a competitive and well-spirited event featuring a range of ages, abilities, styles and personalities, a TV crew from TransWorld Sport and Steve McGranaghan's video recorder. A total of thirty-four pairs took part, sixteen of which played in the Main and eighteen in the Festival competition, in weather which was almost perfect for playing Fives if a little chilly for the spectator.

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