Having started this season’s campaign with three straight home victories, the next three matches were all played ‘away’ and served to emphasise just how much home advantage influences the result!
Fixtures at Clacton, Felixstowe and Braintree came in quick succession and unfortunately all three matches recorded a loss for Frinton.
If there was a silver lining, this happened at Clacton where despite 5 games to 3 defeat, the combined scores of the home and away fixture saw Frinton win on aggregate and will therefore hold the Challenge Trophy (which the two teams play for) for a year. Felixstowe and Braintree had no silver linings and indeed only a handful of good performances; in both matches the result was a 6 and 2 loss.
Back on home territory, Frinton Seniors entertained the team from Fynn Valley. The strong wind and fast greens proved too difficult to master for the visitors and Frinton scored a 6 and 2 victory.