2020 U11 Champions Crowned After Long Delay

24/06/21: The all Berkhamsted U11 final from the 2020 National School Championships was finally played yesterday.

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National Open Schools’ Championships Open 2021 (and 2020)

Seb Cooley reports:

01/06/21: This year’s delayed and much reduced National Schools’ Open Fives championships in association with Advanta Wealth were held at Eton on Monday 31st May.

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Perfect Ten For Dunbar & Cooley

02/11/20: Defending champions Seb Cooley & Tom Dunbar completed an astonishing tenth consecutive win in the final of the 2020 Kinnaird Cup in association with Advanta Wealth at Eton on Saturday.

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Eight In A Row For Hird & Cooley

02/11/20: Karen Hird & Charlotta Cooley extended their run of Ladies Championships in association with Advanta Wealth victories to eight in a row at Eton on Saturday with a four game win over Ashley Lumbard & Emily Scoones.

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Kinnaird Cup Semis: Old Guard Roll Back The Years

25/10/20: After a seven month hiatus, the 2020 Kinnaird Cup semi-finals finally took place at Eton yesterday and it was the old guard of Seb Cooley & Tom Dunbar and James Toop & Matt Wiseman who made it through to next weekend's final.

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Lumbard & Scoones Through After Epic Encounter

26/10/20: The line-up for next weekend's Ladies Championships final was completed at Eton yesterday with second seeds Ashley Lumbard & Emily Scoones making it through by the skin of their teeth after a thrilling match against Dominique Redmond & Elana Osen.

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First Ladies Semi Completed

After a delay of nearly seven months, the 2020 Ladies Championships finally got back on track at Eton yesterday with the first of the long-anticipated semi-finals.

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Bunch of Fives

Martin Wainwright reports:

24/08/20: Bunch of Fives makes the bold claim to be the UK’s newest and at the same time oldest Fives club.

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Fives on Test Match Special

14/08/20: Eton Fives featured on today's Test Match Special broadcast with Phil Tufnell (Old Cholmeleian) and Jonathan Agnew (Old Uppinghamian) explaining the game to Michael Vaughan and extolling its virtues during a break for bad light.

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