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2005 Poole Cup

Concourse Athletic Club takes Poole Cup

November, 2005

A dominant squad from Concourse handily captured the second Atlanta interclub team championship, renamed The Poole Cup after Keith Poole, a well known Atlanta squasher. Led by captain Oscar Arenas, the Concourse 15 won 25 of 30 matches, capturing both the 5.0+ and 4.0+ divisions. Windy Hill nipped the 3.0+ division, winning 8 of 10 matches and slipping past Concourse 3-2 in head-to-head play.

In the 5.0s, Concourse lost but one match as the Piedmont Driving Club’s Eben Hardie defeated Attila Votin. Against Windy Hill, Votin and Rene Jongmans had their hands full, pulling out 3-2 victories over Windy Hill’s Tom Delange and Craig McCready. PDC’s Sandy Draper also came to play, defeating Windy Hill’s Todd Knutson in three and Dallas Clement and Edgar Navas took Tom Rumpler and McCready to five games before succumbing.

In the 4.0s, Concourse put on an impressive display, winning nine of ten matches without losing a game. In the solo exception, Windy Hill’s Paul Boyce defeated Pradeep Jolly by a 3-1 tally. In the Windy Hill-PDC match, Hugh Hailey squeaked by Chad Plumly, 3-2, but the other four matches went solidly to Windy Hill.

In the 3.0s, Windy Hill pulled out a 3-2 match nailbiter against Concourse as Paul Havey and Steve Odom took 3-2 wins over Andre Schnable and Trevor Yosslowitz. Playing at 14 and 15, Jim Penman and Jorge Clavijo notched Concourse wins, but Adrian Cronje at 11 sealed the Windy Hill victory with a win over John O’Donnell.

For the clubs overall, Concourse defeated Windy Hill 11-4 and Piedmont 14-1. Windy Hill defeated Piedmont 13-2.

The matches were played off at Sporting Club at Windy Hill on October 29, lending a Halloween atmosphere to the proceedings. But it was all treats and no tricks for Concourse. Thanks to captains Oscar Arenas, Dave Bridges, and Marty Hutchinson.