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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

10s venue announcements... a long trip wherever we go!

The venues for the regional rounds of the National 10s have been announced - and its a tricky choice, and a long trip, whatever we do.

The number of tounaments for 20th April have been severely slimmed down from ten last year to three - one in the North (Morpeth), one in the Midlands (Mellish, nr. Nottingham), and one in the South (Petersfield, Hampshire).

Last year we had a fantastic day in at Jimmies in Leicester for the East Midlands heat and ideally I think we wanted to go back again. Mellish would offer the same advanages (new opposition), but is another 30-40 minutes. Not out of the question.

But it does open the question of the southern heat which, by including theoretically everything from Essex and Kent to Cornwall, has its attractions too as its maybe slightly nearer and will also feature some new faces alongside some old ones (theoretically).

I reckon that Nottingham is still the more interesting venue - but its not for me to say. We have to get the entry in by 7th April to decide - so what do you all think?

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