The Khyber Cup, which was held on Sunday June 16 fulfilled all the traditional Khyber cup elements: good natured but closely fought games in a friendly environment, and weather going from imminent rain to a lovely summer’s day. Even the traditional winner, Richard Webb, won the event, adding his name to the shield for the 19th time. Runner up was Paul Sloane and there was a three-way tie for the wooden spoon. Many thanks to John Upham for being a generous and perfect host.
Thanks also to Paul Sloane for providing these photos (click to see full image):
We will be in a different room within Wellington College over the summer, in PE1 in Combermere. It is the same room we were in last summer. In the attached map it is arrowed in red (our current rooms are arrowed in blue). If leaving the current playing rooms turn left on the main road towards the front of the college and Combermere is the building beyond the Old Gym (see image below). PE1 is the first room on the left in the covered walkway. We will be in this room until 14th August, and return to the usual maths block room on the 21st August.