Racketball Leagues

The off-peak Racketball league is the biggest in the club, and runs for approximately 2 months each time.

Games are usually played with a blue ball, however, if both parties agree, black can be an option.

Normal Racketball rules apply, apart from league games are played up to 15-points.

If there is a tie on 14-points apiece it is first to 17-points, unless this is in the 5th deciding game when it will be by two clear points.

Contact details for those in the league can be found on the wall in the corridor behind court 1, which is also where scores can be recorded.

The current league runs until such time to be determined by the resumption of hostilities. .

Score

1;0

1;1

2;0

2;1

2;2

3;0

3;1

3;2

W/O

Points

3;2

3;3

4;2

4;3

4;4

6;2

6;3

6;4

6;0

League 1
Due to demand we have had to create two leagues for this time around, which means a return of promotion and relegation.
Or so we thought, as the last leagues were interrupted by Coranavirus, this is not the case this time round, but, hopefully, next time round it will be.
As one can see from the new league (see above) Keval ruled supreme again, but as his pic is already up here, and, more importantly, the league never managed to come to a conclusion, I figured an example of a serve by someone or another would suffice. No idea who the other two are. Answers on a postcard please.
Nice one Keval, the worthy winner of the first off-peak league of 2020, amassing the very impressive score of 58-points from just ten games.

Don’t forget that after the competitors name, in brackets, are the points they won in the previous league and the number of games they took to achieve it.

Congratulations to Dean, the worthy winner of the last league of 2019.
A very close fought one with the final game on the final day proving decisive.
In the Feb 2020 league above after the competitors name, in brackets, are the points they won in the previous league and the number of games they took to achieve it.