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Craggy2 2011 Winter Boulder League round 3 results:

Monday, March 21st, 2011 - Posted by Cliff Hanger

Hi all,

Safe to say that was another successful round, with plenty of delightful new routes to sink our teeth in to, and a good turn out as always!

I would like to thank everybody who took part, and hope to see you all for Round 4! 

And so I give you, the long awaited results from round 3:

Hard Category

Position First Name Surname R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Change Average
1 Scott Soithongsuk 101 94     195 0 97.50
2 Marijus Smigelskis 122       122 0 122.00
3 James O’Neil 101       101 0 101.00
4 Seb Soithongsuk   94     94 0 94.00
5 Marcus Boal   82     82 0 82.00
6 Mathijs Affourtit 75       75 0 75.00
7 Robin Holland 68       68 0 68.00
8 Antony Wright     54   54 new entry 54.00

Medium Catergory

Position First Name Surname R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Change Average
1 Martin Smith 128 127 99   354 0 118.00
2 Paul Highams 80 118 99   297 /2 99.00
3 Luke Holdaway 94 111 57   262 /1 87.33
4 Mat Lynd 80 94 61   235 /5 78.33
5 Peter Boughton 80 84 57   221 /5 73.67
6 Jason Hawksworth 64 98 54   216 /5 72.00
7 Jack Proudfoot   121 89   210 /10 105.00
8 Phil Williams 67 82 60   209 /6 69.67
9 Nick Topp 70 80 52   202 /4 67.33
10 Vicki Hau 90 111     201 /8 100.50
11 Ashley Scott 68 71 61   200 /4 66.67
12 Stephen Darling   109 89   198 /7 99.00
13 David Cordwell 70 81 44   195 /1 65.00
14 Andrew Martin   100 94   194 /7 97.00
15 Ryan Flow 90 103     193 /10 96.50
16 Rob Townson 87 100     187 /10 93.50
17 Tobi Sandin 80 99     179 /10 89.50
18 Dave  Reading 87 91     178 /10 89.00
19 Gareth Squire   100 70   170 /3 85.00
20 Adam Clegg 94   71   165 /5 82.50
21 Mark Hazell 51 44 60   155 /3 51.67
22 Wayne Garcia   137     137 /6 137.00
23 Adrian Paisey   115     115 /6 115.00
24 Maximillian Ferris     114   114 new entry 114.00
25 Natalie  Tanzer 101       101 /5 101.00
26 Tom Jones   98     98 /3 98.00
27 Martin Drummond   90     90 /1 90.00
28 Katy  Dartford 77       77 /1 77.00
29 Mark Holden 77       77 /1 77.00
30 Elliot Taylor     60   60 new entry  
31 Harriet Stone 55       55 /2 55.00
31 Stewart Nicol     55   55 new entry 55.00
32 Dan       52   52 new entry 52.00

Easy Category

Position First Name Surname R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Change Average
1 Olivia Hawksworth 141 140 137   418 0 139.33
2 Yogi Ghida 110 147 132   389 0 129.67
3 Sophie Hawksworth 100 130 80   310 /1 103.33
4 Tom Bowman 110 144     254 /1 127.00
5 Rebecca Kitchener 100 130     230 0 115.00
6 Howard Kitchener 100 120     220 0 110.00
7 Christina Oke 100 114     214 0 107.00
8 Daniel Skinner   100 90   190 /6 95.00
9 John Gould   91 78   169 /6 84.50
10 Andy Tompson   144     144 /2 144.00
11 Louise Grimster   141     141 /2 141.00
12 Eren Hasan 120       120 /2 120.00
12 Vika ? 120       120 /2 120.00
13 Zara Bloomfield   117     117 /2 117.00
14 Thomas Robertson 102       102 /1 102.00
15 Fred N     98   98 new entry 98.00
16 Rose Anne Cook     90   90 new entry 90.00
17 Ian Cordwell 70       70 /2 70.00

Kid’s Category

Position First Name Surname R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Change Average
1 Bassam Jouini-Myrans 77       77 0 77.00
2 Calum? ? 40       40 0 40.00
3 Cassie Mason 27       27 0 27.00
4 Molly ? 24       24 0 24.00

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Craggy2 new opening times for 2011

Monday, December 27th, 2010 - Posted by Cliff Hanger

Here’s something to look forward to in 2011!

As of January 1st 2011, Craggy2 will now be open earlier, and for longer during the week! So please take note that our new opening times will be:

 

10:00 – 22:00  Mon – Fri

10:00 – 19:00  Weekends

 

So Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

 Craggy Crew

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Archived Craggy Island news items from 2004 to 2008

Monday, September 1st, 2008 - Posted by Father Jack

All our original news items from when we started are archived offline. When we get a chance we will put them back online here so there is a complete ‘Craggy’ record of our history from the start. Obviously, this is low priority but I am sure one rainy day Father Jack will be motivated enough to do the job. . . perhaps someone might tempt him with drink? Who knows.

Thanks

Father Jack

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