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CCF Super League History of
PAWN CURRY
(Captain: Barry Miles)

SEASON 2019-20
1st TEAM Premiership Chessters
1
Pawn
Cocktail 1
Pawn
Crackers 1
The
Gladiators
King
Pawns
TBA TBA
2nd TEAM Championship Pawn
Crackers 2
Hat-
Trick
The
Luddites 1
Knights
of Old
The Monday
Knights 1
Barcelona The Dragon
Kings
PLAYERS DATES 30 Sep 28 Oct 25 Nov 27 Jan 24 Feb 30 Mar 27 Apr
Nick Briggs 2001 1:1L 2008 - - - - - - - - - - -
Robert Akeya-Price 1892 - 1882 - - - - - - - - - - -
Olufemi George 1807 1:2L 1788 - - - - - - - - - - -
Nishchal Thatte 1728 - 1728 - - - - - - - - - - -
Shlok Verma 1691 - 1691 - - - - - - - - - - -
Pramoth Ragavan 1659 1:3W 1659 - - - - - - - - - - -
Barry Miles 1470 1:4L 1485 - - - - - - - - - - -
Leo Yu 1482 2:1W 1476 - - - - - - - - - - -
Ian Stoneman 1401 2:2W 1387 - - - - - - - - - - -
Nilesh Thatte 1222 2:3W 1222 - - - - - - - - - - -
DEFAULT 2:4L - - - - - -
1st TEAM PENALTY POINTS: 0
2nd TEAM PENALTY POINTS: 1

 

SEASON 2018-2019     -     PAWN CURRY (2 teams)
Players Robert Akeya-Price, Anantha Anilkumar, Olufemi George, Barry Miles (Capt), Tariq Oozeerally, Ian Stoneman, Nilesh Thatte, Nishchal Thatte, Steven Trezise, Leo Yu.
Position 1st: Premiership - 3 of 6,     2nd: League 1 - 1st of 6
Comments The squads were maticulously managed with the top 5 players rotating in the 1st team and the bottom 5 in the 2nd team.  never the Twain met!  It was a good solid season for the 1st team who, despite not really threatening Pawn Cocktail as the season ran, they didn't every look in any danger either.  The 2nd team were dominant as they won League 1.  Having managed 5 straight wins, they only then dropped a point in their penultimate match to finish just 1 point short of a maximum score.
SEASON 2017-2018     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Barry Miles (Capt), Pramoth Ragavan, Ian Stoneman, Nilesh Thatte, Leo Yu.
Position 1st: Championship - 1 of 8
Comments Under new management (Barry Miles), it was decided to accept relegation and consolidate as a single team......and what a good decision it turned out to be!  They finished unbeaten with 5 wins from 7, including the crucial narrow win over Chessters 1 in the 3rd round.  So back to the top flight - and maybe an opportunity to try and double in size again to accommodate all the players that got them there......?
SEASON 2016-2017     -     PAWN CURRY ( 2 teams)
Players Anantha Anilkumar, Adam Crafer (Cap), James Golding, Barry Miles, Pramoth Ragavan, Ian Stoneman, Nilesh Thatte, John Torrance, Leo Yu, Tim Yu, Vitah Zamba
Position 1st: Premiership - 7 of 8,     2nd: League 1 - 1st.
Comments After such a good season last time out, their Premiership life is hanging by a thread having finished 1 off the bottom and in the red zone.  They only beat Pawn Cocktail (who lost all their games) and lost the rest.  Their 2nd team didn't fair much better, finishing 2nd to bottom as well - although they did win twice, but finished lowest of 3 teams tied on 11 points.  Again, their Championship future now depends on whether any new teams come in worthy of a place above them.
SEASON 2015-2016     -     PAWN CURRY ( 2 teams)
Players Anantha Anilkumar, Adam Crafer (Cap), James Golding, Eugenia Imykshenova, Barry Miles, Pramoth Ragavan, Ian Stoneman, Nilesh Thatte, John Trubshaw, Curtis Widmer.
Position 1st: Premiership - 3rd of 8,     2nd: League 1 - 1st of 8
Comments A very good season for Pawn Curry, having won a retrospective promotion to the top flight at the end of last season.  Good signings and a stable squad played a big part in what turned out to be a podium finish.  The 2nd team dominated League 1 from start to finish to win it as a canter and move into the division that their 1st team left only a year below.
SEASON 2014-2015     -     PAWN CURRY ( 2 teams)
Players Anantha Anilkumar, James Golding, Eugenia Imykshenova, Pramoth Ragavan, Ian Stoneman, Barry Miles, Keith Selby, Adam Crafer (Capt), Dylan Perera, Michael Freeman.
Position 1st Team: Championship - 2nd out of 6      Cup: Lost in Plate Final        2nd Team: League 1: 5th out of 6     Cup: Lost in Plate Q-F.
Comments If it wasn't for the 1st round defeat to the eventual champions, it would have been Pawn Curry taking their place in the top division next season; however they only missed on goal difference.  The 2nd team didn't fair so well as they finished 1 off the bottom after a season without victory.  In the cup, the 2nd team went out in the Q-F but the 1st team made it all the way to the final of the Plate, but were beaten by Knights of Old at the final hurdle.
SEASON 2013-2014     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Steve Brocklesby, Anantha Anilkumar, James Golding, Barry Miles, Ian Stoneman, Adam Crafer (Capt).
Position Championship - 4th out of 6      Cup - Lost in Cup Q-F
Comments This was a season of consolidation having won League 1 last year and they did that by only losing 1 league game (to the eventual winners).  They retained their place in the league by 1 position.  Nothing much to write home about in the cup; being drawn against RSJ in the quarter-finals was a challenge too far (for the 2nd season in a row).  
SEASON 2012-2013     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Barry Miles, Jon-Man Chung, Anantha Anilkumar, Ian Stoneman, Adam Crafer (Capt), Elizabeth Johnson.
Position League 1 - 1st out of 6      Cup - Lost in Plate Final
Comments This was a superb 1st season for new captain Adam Crafer.  They ran from the front in the league, winning all 5 games to take the title and promotion to the Championship; they team should already be well suited to that.  They lost their opening cup tie, but then ran all the way through to the final of the plate event, where they hit the brick wall of RSJ, but only lost by the odd point in 4.
SEASON 2011-2012     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Anantha Anilkumar, Jon-Man Chung, Adam Crafer, Ben Fry (Capt), Alex Hardwick, Barry Miles, Ian Stoneman
Position Championship - 5th out of 10
Comments They were so close to a Championship place for next season but missed out by the narrowest of margins.  With 2 wins in the first 3 rounds they started well and only ended up losing to the top 2 teams.  However a couple more draws and a point lost on an appearance issue left them as the highest ranged League 1 team for next season.
SEASON 2010-2011     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Anantha Anilkumar, Jon-Man Chung, Adam Crafer, Ben Fry (Capt), Alex Hardwick, Barry Miles, Ian Stoneman
Position Championship - 3rd out of 8
Comments Having been relegated last season, the aim was to try and get back up at the first attempt.  The addition of Alex Hardwick to the squad was always going to be good news, but he was not always available.  A decent start gave way to a poor middle season and despite beating the eventual champions in round 5, they fell just 1 place short of promotion.
SEASON 2009-2010     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Ben Fry, Caspian Heeler (Capt), Geoff Marchant, Barry Miles, Joseph Norris, Ian Stoneman
Position Premiership - 8th out of 8
Comments Without a regular strong top board, they were always going to struggle and so it proved.  Caspian Heeler, despite being one of many players to have to punch above his weight, did so with distinction and one or two stunning results along the way, but it was always going to be too tough for them to hold their place in the Premiership, although relegation was onlt fully confirmed on the final week of the season.
SEASON 2008-2009     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Carolyn Barker (Capt), Ben Fry, Caspian Heeler, Lucian Heeler, Joseph Norris, Rohan Shiatis
Position Championship - 2nd out of 8
Comments They so narrowly missed out on promotion last year but held on to 2nd on the final week to claim promotion this time.  They had been languishing in the lower reaches after the 3rd round but 4 straight wins towards the end took them through and into the Premiership.
SEASON 2007-2008     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Remy Claustres, Sam Fry (Capt), David Grant, Caspian Heeler, James Schenck, Rohan Shiatis, Vishal Shiatis.
Position Championship - 3rd out of 8
Comments A new team formed by Daniel Gliddon and ably captained by Sam Fry, they missed out on promotion on goal difference in one of the tightest super league competitions ever.  A good squad if they can stay together, they should threaten the top of the table again next season.
SEASON 2006-2007     -     PAWN CURRY (1 team)
Players Carolyn Barker, Chris Chapman (Capt), Remy Claustres, Caspian Heeler, Gasper Jubani, Bill McDonald, John Sheekey.
Position 8th out of 12
Comments Pawn Curry were put together by Daniel Gliddon but run by Chris Chapman.  They did very well to finish 8th mainly thanks to their captain punching well above his grade.  They officially had the right to hold their place in the top division for the following season have finished 8th but elected to drop down for next season due to the loss of one or two senior players in the squad.

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