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CUTwC has received the sad news of the loss of Charles Relle, former Secretary and Senior Treasurer, and the longest-standing player in the game. He was an ex-World Champion and ETwA champion, always welcoming to novices, always keeping older players involved in the game, and famous for his ability to bristol at any angle and any distance, for playing winks on ice, and for his opinions on people standing in his light. He was, of course, the originator of his eponymous trophy, which ends every term. He is a great loss to the game, to ETwA and to CUTwC, and we send our commiserations to his family and many friends.
The Sarah Knight Memorial Doodah will be held on Wednesday 25th of November.
The National Handicapped Individual Pairs (or National Individual Handicapped Pairs depending who you ask) will be held on Sunday 29th of November in the upstairs snug of The Malt Cross (16 St James's Street, Nottingham, NG1 6FG), from 10:30am.
We have a provisional schedule for the rest of this term.
The Peterhouse Pot was won by Stew Sage.
The Bombardier Slap-'Em Together Joogs was won by Patrick in a drink-off over Zach.
Patrick Driscoll and Matthew Rose won the National Pairs.
CUTwC usually meets at 7:30pm on Wednesdays in The Tower Room, Selwyn College (and in other places and times for pub crawls and national tournaments). All members of the University and other educational establishments in Cambridge are welcome to attend.
Latest update:25/11/2015 Sarah Knight Memorial Doodah.