Welcome to the Ross Badminton Club website
We're a friendly club with about 40 regular players competing in the Hereford, Wyedean and Gloucester
leagues. We train on Monday and Friday evenings from 7 - 10pm at John Kyrle High School on
the edge of Ross-on-Wye.
October 22nd, 2014
Hereford – Division 1 – Ross away to Tenbury
Elin reports that the Ross team of Jess, David, James and herself went to Tenbury on Tuesday, where they had to play with their favourite shuttles ……. plastics ! Despite this the team all played well, and had a really good 5-1 first win of the season.
October 15th, 2014
Deja vu – or I am predictable – because the first Wyedean A match last season was also against Five Acres A, and was when Andy L damaged his knee which kept him out for the whole of last season. Happily no accidents this season and Jess reports as follows :
Wyedean A away at Five Acres A
The team of Jess, Elin, Lee and Sam had a good match at Five Acres. Elin and Jess won the ladies easily, one of the games to 3 ! The men also won quickly in two games. Elin and Lee walked through their mixed games easily, but Sam and Jess took their time. The first match went to 3, with a win for Five Acres mainly because Jess and Sam kept lifting the shuttles and couldn’t seem to stop themselves from doing it. The opposition man was clearly pleased because he liked to play a very power filled game. The second game also went to 3, but Jess and Sam got their game together and won the final game 21-13. It was a 5-1 overall win to Ross. Happy days!
October 6th, 2014
GLOUCESTER MENS DIVISION 1 – FIRST MATCH
Well – it could have gone any way ! At the end of the first 4 games it was Severnside 3 – Ross 1. At the end of the next 4 games, Ross had made a good comeback, and it was all square, Ross 4, Severnside 4. All to play for.
It was exciting to watch, and to the ‘completely unbiased spectators’ a draw seemed likely at one stage. But no, a real team effort had Ross winning 3 out of the last 4 games. Final result Ross 7, Severnside 5. An altogether brilliant opening match for Ross in the first division. Many congratulations and well played Euan, James, Lee and Steve.
September 16th, 2014
Friday 3rd Mens Home Severnside Mens 1 7.00 John Kyrle High School
Friday 10th Mxd B Home Cinderford B 7.00 John Kyre High School
Monday 13th Mxd A Away Five Acres A 7.00 Five Acres Sports Centre, Berry Hill
Coleford, Glos GL16 7JT
Friday 17th Mxd C Home Five Acres C 7.00 John Kyrle High School
Friday 17th Mens Away Cleeve Mens 1 7.30 Bishops Cleeve Sports Centre, Two Hedges Road, GL52 8AE
Tues 21st H/F Away Tenbury 7.00 Tenbury Wells High Sch, Oldwood Road, HR15 8XA
Friday 24th H/F Home Phoenix A 7.00 John Kyrle High School
Friday 31st Mxd B Home Lydney B 7.00 John Kyrle High School
Friday 31st H/F Home Broadlands A 7.00 John Kyrle HighSchool
August 22nd, 2014
SUMMER INTO WINTER ……………..
Summer was very successful, so thanks to all who came along.
The main season is about to start …… a bit later than planned because the building work at John Kyrle was not completed on time ! We shall now be starting on Friday 5th September, so see you all then.
April 14th, 2014
ROSS MENS WIN GLOUCESTER DIVISION 2
For anyone who might not have heard, the Gloucester Mens team played a terrific match against their nearest rivals, Cleeve, on Friday which they eventually won 9-3. This meant that they won the league and will be promoted to Division 1 next season. Andy would be proud of them – a happy ending to their campaign.
February 27th, 2014
You will all know by now the dreadful news that Andy died totally unexpectedly on Monday.
Andy has been a stalwart member of Ross for years and he will be sorely missed by his many friends at the club, and for his help and advice, always freely and generously given.
Andy’s funeral will be held on Friday, 7th March at Forest Crematorium, Cinderford, Glos at 12.30 p.m and all Ross members are welcome to attend. Anthea also told me that as Ross and his cricket club were his two main passions, as a family they have decided that it will be family flowers only and any donations received will be divided equally between Ross Badminton Club and Aston Ingham Cricket Club. The funeral directors are John Hall, Bulley, Churcham, Glos.