KPMG Kobras win the Baker Tilley corporate squash league

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

KPMG trophyThe final evening of the Baker Tilly Corporate squash league got underway with the top 2 teams going head to head to determine who claims this seasons top honors! KPMG had an 9 point advantage going into then tie against S & M Mixed Breed. S & M’s young Kali Maclean cleaned up KPMG’s Gautam Ganeshan 3/0 in the D position, then Deliah Canham kept the domination going with a 3-1 victory over Jarydd Moore. This put serious pressure on KPMG’s captain Samantha Hennings playing B against Cayman junior Jasun Sairsingh. She handled it well and managed to squeeze an early lead for the first game 11/7, the second was a little closer right up to 7 all, when Hennings edged away again and secured a 2-0 lead 11/8. The third game proved too much for Sairsingh and he tried his heart out, but couldn’t change the tide and Hennings took the 3rd also 11/8. This left Erik Fell of KPMG to seal the deal against another Cayman junior Isaiah Robinson, the first game went to fell 11/6, the second saw some great attritional rallies and again fell kept on top and squeezed it 11/6. Robinson’s confidence was waining and he was unable to turn his game around eventually going down 11/3 in the 3rd. This win gave KPMG the title, and Samantha Hennings was ecstatic, she said “KPMG have supported and taken part in the Baker Tilly corporate squash league for a few years now and I am delighted that we were able to finally get our name on the Golden Trophy!”
There were some other very notable wins on the night, with Sea Elements coming up against Digicel Diehards and gaining enough points to leapfrog S & M Mixed Breed and claim the 2nd spot. This was achieved by wins from more Cayman Juniors, Marc Nelson and Charlie Riker at D and C positions and both taking ruthless 3-0 victories against Nick Manning and Mark Mimnagh. It was Digicel’s B player, Jody Jervis who claimed some glory with a 3-1 win over Tony Riker with some fantastic ball striking and shot making. Then came the match up of the night, digicels Julian Jervis against Alex Frazer of Sea elements, These guys have just returned from representing Cayman at the recent CAC games and were doubles partners. On paper Jervis got the nod through his previous victories over Alex in the lead up to the CAC Games and he also represented Cayman at #2 and Alex at #3 in the team event, however Frazer had a difference of opinion on the night. The match began with Frazer taking an early lead going 8-4 up in the first only for the lead to be clawed back by Jervis who claimed first blood 11/9, the second game began the same way as the first, but this time Frazer didn’t make the same errors and held onto ta lead closing the game out 11/6. Things were getting much more tense at this point and both players were so fired up, the fist pumping began early in this game after some tremendous rallies where both players had covered the court from corner to corner eventually squeezing an error from each other. They eventually found themselves at 9-9, this time Jervis pulled off 2 fantastic shots to win the game 11/9. The 4th was tight, literally point for point, then at 6all frazer seemed to be putting more work into the younger Jervis and managed to out maneuver him sufficiently to gain 2 well earned points, this kept his nose ahead and after trading the next few rallies he claimed the 4th game 11/8 to level things up for a 5th and final game. The crowd were on the edge of their seats and getting very vocal now, which seemed to help Frazer as it gave him real encouragement, the level of squash was superb and the court coverage was better than in the first few games, it really started to come down to consistency and choice of shot, this is where, perhaps to his surprise, Frazer was slightly more effective especially at the sharp end of the game. Once again they were sat at 9-9 in the fifth game and neither wanted to be on the wrong end of this result, Frazer managed to keep his cool and deliver some well timed shots and deft touches to expose Jervis and force him deep into the 4 corners of the court, this proved too much in the end and the final 2 points went to Alex Frazer giving him the win 11/9.
It was a fantastic finish to the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league and everyone is very happy to be involved. All teams are looking forward to getting back at it in the new year. The New Baker Tilly corporate squash league will begin in feb 2015.
Final positions:

1 KPMG Kobras 88
2 Sea Elements 81
3 DMS 80
4 S & M Mixed Breed 78
5 UBS 64
6 Digicel Diehards 61
7 Baker Tilly 58
= The Directors 58
9 KPMG Racketeers 55
10 Harmonic Hitters 38

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League Round 8

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Round 8 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league provided some strong competition with a late surge from Sea Elements who drowned out their opponents UBS without dropping a single game, claiming the maximum points on offer and bumping them up to 3rd spot. S & M mixed breed consolidated their 2nd position with a win over Digicel Diehards and KPMG Kobras have kept up their fine form on the top of the pile taking out Harmonic Hitters  and stretching their lead to 9 points with only one match remaining in the league and its a match up between the top 2 teams, KPMG Kobras against S & M Mixed Breed.
Erik Fell of KPMG Kobras stumbled, but regained his footing to overcome Sean Murphy of Harmonic Hitters in a close 3-1 in the A position, this was followed by Samantha Hennings(Kobras captain) getting the better of Gavin McMaster in a 3-0 win. Cayman Junior and C player for KPMG, Emma Turnbull performed very well against Harmonics captain Clare Lazenby taking the match 3-0. The D match up was the tightest contest of the night, Tony Attenborough of Harmonic got a great start to take the first 2 games from Guatam Ganesh, the 3rd game went to a tie break and Guatam manage to edge out Tony 12-10. The momentum was certainly in Guatam’s favor and he held onto a 3 point lead throughout the game closing it out 11-8. The 5th game started much the same as the 4th with Guatam winning 3 early rallies and giving him the upper hand, Tony rallied well but couldn’t seem to close the gap and eventually the result went to Guatam 11-8 and 3 games to 2.

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League Table

1 KPMG Kobras 81
2 S & M Mixed Breed 72
3 Sea Elements 71
4 DMS 67
5 UBS 62
6 Digicel Diehards 55
= Baker Tilly 55
8 The Directors 49
9 KPMG Racketeers 41
10 Harmonic Hitters 38

Marlene and Cameron Claim CAC Games GOLD Medal!!!!

Marz & Cameron CAC Gold Marlene West and Cameron Stafford win against the odds. The pair claim the CAC Games Gold Medal for the mixed doubles here in Veracruz, Mexico. Caymans first medal of the games! They over came the number 1 seeds from Colombia( Miguel Rodriguez World Rank 13 and Catalina Pelaez) in the semi final 2/1 with the final point at 10-10 in the 3rd being decided by Cameron rolling out a dead nick! The final was against mexico and the number 2 seeds, who they lost to in the pan American festival 2 months ago. this match was much the same last he previous one, except for some terrible referring by 3 colombian refs, who in my opinion either hadn’t a clue what the difference was between singles and doubles refereeing or were simply biased towards their neibours – which made the win even more sweet. Again Marlene was solid on the forehand side and Cameron came up with some of his wizardry and at 10-10 in the 3rd and final game he hammered another out right winner into the side wall nick to claim the title and shut the partizan crowd up! :)

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League round 7

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League   

Both DMS and KPMG Cobras were on fire for the 6th Round of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League each claiming the maximum 13 points against their respective opponents. DMS overcame Baker Tilly and KPMG Kobras ousted The Directors in similar fashion. S & M Mixed breed managed to jump into joint pole position alongside KPMG Cobras with a convincing win over the former top spot holders Sea Elements, the only point claimed for Sea Elements by their A player Alex Frazer against S & M’s Marlene West, both of whom will be representing Cayman in the CAC Games currently being played in Mexico.
Round 7 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league saw KPMG Kobras clash against their colleagues KPMG Racketeers, it was a ruthless affair with the Kobras having quicker reactions and ultimately sinking their teeth into the Racketeers claiming their 2nd maximum points in a row 13 and securing their lead by 7 points ahead of S & M mixed Breed going in to the last 2 rounds. One of the notable performances of the evening was by Kali Maclean(14yrs old and Cayman Junior Representative) at D position where she over came the athleticism of Eddie Noyers in a very close match 3 games to 1. Baker Tilly bounced back from a crushing defeat last week to outplay The Directors this week claiming 12 of a possible 13 points and only allowing the Directors 4, this moves them up 2 spots to 7th in the table. UBS have continued with their solid performances claiming 10 points from the previous hotshots S & M Mixed Breed with their wins coming from the A, B & D positions Steve Smith, Aaron Manflu and Paul Broderick 3/2, 3/0, 3/0. UBS Captain Corbus Pietersen took a game off the in form Deliah Slater of S & M, never the less he was very happy with his teams performance and their progress to equal 2nd place in the table. Sea Elements surprised DMS with a 3 matches to 2 defeat, 2 of which came at the hands of Charlie Riker(13yrs old at C) and Marc Nelson(13 yrs old at D), Charlie took out Jeff Jones 3-0 and Marc outplayed James Osbourne 3-1. The A string battle was won by Alex Frazer over Neil Stone-wigg of DMS, leaving Jorge Vera at B for DMS to pick up some slack, which he managed to do 3-0 against Mike Nelson. This result sees Sea Elements switch places with DMS in the 4th and 5th positions.
Just 2 more rounds to go with KPMG Kobras looking strong in pole position and they come up against Harmonic Hitters, whilst S & M mixed breed are pitted against Digicel Diehards and UBS against Sea Elements.

Table after round 7.

1 KPMG Kobras 69
2 S & M Mixed Breed 62
= UBS 62
4 Sea Elements 58
5 DMS 57
6 Digicel Diehards 53
7 BakerTilly 46
8 The Directors 43
9 KPMG Racketeers 38
10 Harmonic Hitters 34

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League, round 5

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

The Baker Tilly corporate squash league round 5 was a very lively evening at SSSC. S & M Mixed Breed showed DMS who’s boss by dominating them with an 11-4 game win, ultimately pushing them from pole position down to 6th and stabilizing their 2nd placing. Dave McGrath made his first appearance in his team at D string and the first game for 5 years, despite this he still ‘has it’ and controlled Jeff Jones of DMS claiming a 3-0 victory. Marlene West on the other hand had just come from claiming the Women’s A SSSC Championships title the prior evening, but couldn’t hold off the wily old Neil Stone-wigg(SSSC Championships 50+ winner) who snatched a 3/2 win from the younger West! Sea Elements took full advantage of their tie against Harmonic Hitters and came away with the maximum score of 13 points which boosted them to the top of the leader board for the first time. KPMG Kobras raised their game against Baker Tilly taking the match 12 points to 4 and elevating them into 4th spot. Digicel Diehards and The Directors had a much closer affair with Digicel winning the matches 3 to 2. Their number 1 player Julian Jervis was flying high after claiming the SSSC Championships Men’s A title less than 24hr before, so to even things up he was awarded a scoring handicap of negative 7 points per game against The Directors Chris Bailey. Jervis won the first game 13/11 and lost the second 9/11, but managed to keep up the pressure on the less mobile Bailey to win the 3rd and 4th both 13/11. The top 5 positions are now separated by just 1 point each, going into round 6 from 9. The tension is certainly building and everyone is looking forward to doing battle to see who is going to come out on top.

1 Sea Elements 46
2 S & M Mixed Breed 45
3 UBS 44
4 KPMG Kobras 43
5 Digicel Diehards 42
6 DMS 39
7 The Directors 36
8 Baker Tilly 33
9 KPMG Racketeers 27
10 Harmonic Hitters 20

Results of SSSC Championships, with prizes from Alphasoft

Alphasoft logoMen’s A winner – Julian Jervis – Runner Up – Alex Frazer

Women’s A winner – Marlene West – Runner Up – Claire Roscoe

 

Men’s B winner – Jeff Danter – Runner Up – Matthew Wight

 

Women’s B winner – Sally Jackson – Runner Up – Tanja Ebanks

 

Men’s C/D winner – Maxwell Johnson – Runner Up – David Pitcairn

 

Women’s C/D winner – Kathy Barnett – Runner Up – Tina Dobbin

 

Men’s 50+ winner – Neil Stone-wigg – Runner Up – Jeffery Broderick

 

Doubles Winners – Marlene West & Alex Frazer – Runners Up – Julian Jervis & Jody Jervis

 

Men’s A consolation winner – Daniel Murphy – Runner Up – Sean Murphy

 

Men’s B consolation winner – Mike Bowden – Runner Up – Seb Poznansky

 

Women’s B consolation winner – Jade Pitcairn – Runner Up – Cathy Maclean

 

Men’s C/D consolation winner – Carlo Artana – Runner Up – Kai Dobbin

 

 

 

Finals Night – Tonight! Weds 5th Nov. SSSC Championships with prizes donated by Alphasoft

 

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Just a brief update on the progress of the SSSC Championships with prizes donated by Alphasoft. Come down and watch some great matches…..
Weds 5th Nov – Finals night:
5:45pm Mens A Conso Final – Daniel Murphy v Sean Muprhy
Mens C/D Final – Maxwell Johnson v David Pitcairn
Mens 50+ Match – Ray Farrington v Nick Buckley
Mens C/D Conso Final – Carlo Artana v Kai Dobbin
6:30pm Mens B Conso Final – Mike Bowden v Seb Poznansky
Mens 50+ Final – Jeffery Broderick v Neil Stone-wigg
Doubles – Marlene West/Alex Frazer v Julian Jervis/Jody Jervis
7:15pm Mens B Final – Matthew Wight v Jeff Danter
Women’s A Final - Marlene West v Claire Kluyver
Womens B Final – Tanja Ebanks v Sally Jackson
8:00pm Men’s A Final – Julian Jervis v Alex Frazer

 

 

SSSC Championships, with prizes donated by Alphasoft

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We have the following matches this evening: Monday 3rd Nov

 

 5:30pm – Mens c/d Semi-final – Jona narborough v Maxwell Johnson

 

5:30pm – Womens c/d Semi-final – Tanja Ebanks v Mischa Kluyver

 

6:00pm – Mens c/d Semi-final – David Pitcairn v Lee Lewis

 

Womens B Conso Semi - Claire Guilbert v Jade Pitcairn

 

Womens B Conso Semi – Kali Maclean v Cathy Maclean

 

Mens c/d Conso Semi – Nicholas Cooper v Kai Dobbin

 

630pm -  Womens B Semi Final – Alexandra Artuch v Sally Jackson

 

Mens B Semi Final – Matthew Wight v Richard Reading

 

Mens B Semi Final – Gyles Luke v Jeff Danter

 

Mens 50+ – Ray Farringdon v Robert Sairsingh

 

Mens c/d Conso Semi – Carlo Artana v Ryan Smith

 

Mens B Conso Semi – Mike Bowden v Nick Buckley

 

7:15pm Womens A –  Marlene West v Samantha Hennings

 

Mens A Semis – Julian Jervis v Stephen Gilbert

 

Mens A Semis – Neil Stone-wigg v Alex Frazer

 

 

Tuesday 4th Nov:

 

 

5:45pm Doubles – Frank Brennan/Mike Cansell v Christian Dube/Gyles Luke

 

50+ Neil Stone-wigg v Nick Buckley

 

6:30pm Womens A – Samantha Hennings v Alison Linley

 

Doubles – Frank Bernnan/Mike Cansell v Julian Jervis/Jody Jervis

 

Doubles – Marlene West/Alex Frazer v Christian Dube/Gyles Luke

 

7:15pm Womens A – Claire Kluyver v Jackie Geils

 

Doubles – Julian Jervis/Jody Jervis v Neil Stone-wigg/Erik Fell

 

 

Weds 5th Nov – Finals night:

 

 

5:45pm Mens A Conso Final

 

Mens C/D Final

 

Mens 50+ Match

 

Mens C/D Conso Final

 

6:30pm Mens B Conso Final

 

Mens 50+ Final – Jeffery Broderick v Neil Stone-wigg

 

Doubles – Marlene West/Alex Frazer v Julian Jervis/Jody Jervis

 

Womens C/D Conso Final

 

7:15pm Mens B Final

 

Marlene West v Claire Kluyver

 

Womens B Final

 

8:00pm Men’s A Final.

 

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League, round 4

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League

Round 4 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league saw DMS, S & M mixed Breed and UBS all climb the ladder of success. DMS overcame KPMG Kobras with an emphatic 4-1 match victory gaining them 11 points from a maximum 13 available. The A string was the tightest match of the tie, KPMG’s Erik Fell taking a 2-0 lead against the wise old Neil Stone-wigg, only to be reeled in over the next 3 as Stone-wigg craftily worked the younger Fell around the court, almost to extinction! S & M mixed breed dominated Harmonic Hitters 4 matches to 1, the ace up Harmonics sleeve was the appearance of Cameron Stafford against a fellow Cayman representative Myron Blair, to even the match up Cameron had a points handicap of 6 for the first game, which he won 11-6, the second game the score started at 0-7 and went to a tie break, which Stafford won 12-10, the 3rd started at 0-8 and also event to a tie break, again the result went in Staffords favor, wrapping the match up 3-0. UBS have pulled out 2 solid performances over the past 2 outings, this time attaining 12 points from the directors, all 4 singles matches went UBS’s way, but they couldn’t clinch the doubles for a clean sheet.
Next weeks tie will see S&M Mixed breed go head to head with DMS for a top of the table clash of titans!
1 DMS 35

2 S & M Mixed Breed 34
3 Digicel Diehards 33
= Sea Elements 33
= UBS 33
6 KPMG Kobras 31
7 Baker Tilly 29
8 The Directors 27
9 KPMG Racketeers 23
10 Harmonic Hitters 19

 

SSSC Championships 2014

Alphasoft logoAlphasoft have been very generous and donated some brilliant prizes for this years SSSC Championships which are currently underway. We have managed to get most of the first rounds played so far and tonight is Quarter final night, so there should be some good matches on the roster….Women’s A matches are  Claire Kluyver v Alison Linley and Samantha Hennings v Jackie Geils @ 6:30 and 8pm, Mens A match is Neil Stone-wigg v David Finch @ 5:30pm. Women’s B we have Barlo Maclean v Tanja Ebanks, Mischa Kluyver v Alicia Proud and Alexandra Artuch v Trina Savage @5:45pm followed by Sally Jackson v Emma Turnbull @ 6:30pm. Men’s B is Jody Jervis v Jeff Danter, Matthew Wight v Jasun Sairsingh and Richard Reading v Christian Dube @ 7:15pm. There are also 2 doubles matches on between Mike Cansell & Frank Brennan v Marlene West & Alex Frazer @ 6:30pm, then Cansell & Brennan are taking on Neil Stone-wigg & Erik Fell @ 7:15pm. Should be a good night!

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