We came into this year not really sure where to set the expectations - having to adjust to the loss of many of the players who helped get the club to where it is now was always going to be tough. It was
Mixed Indoor Nationals in Derby presented a good final opportunity for us to show what we can do before heading outdoors. We started seeded 12th in a big pool of 7 along with top seeds Danger, as well
Due to the tournament being held in Glasgow causing some dropouts, our decent showing at Nationals last year and some exciting seeding decisions we came into the weekend as the 4th seed. That put us as
Indoor regionals came along quick this year, with little preparation time as a team playing on the bigger pitches in Coventry was going to be a challenge - especially with only 6 of us on Saturday.
Once again, we will be running three women's only indoor sessions in place of our standard 'open to all' sessions. This is with the aim of entering at least one team into Club Women's Indoor Nationals
With the outdoor season just around the corner we are very much into the business-end of indoors, culminating in the National tournaments for all three divisions; Open, Women’s and Mixed. Albeit over
At the beginning of December the Northern/Midlands Indoor Regional event was held in Coventry; we sent two teams - here’s the recap of Brum 1’s topsy-turvy tournament…
W vs Flick Move (10-3)
Coming off the highs of winning Nationals and going to EUCF 2014, the ’14-15 season could have been one that seemed a little uneventful in comparison - but we reached some big milestones this year,
Brums Mixed Nats kicked off with a close call, with half the team failing to actually turn up on time for the first game. Luckily for Birmingham (and unluckily for others!) an earlier injury had delayed
After our 2nd place finish at regionals a month earlier, we made the long trip down to Plymouth looking to keep up the momentum and improve on our 9th place finish at Indoor Nationals last year.