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On 26th September 2021 we sent a team to Flitwick for the British Dodgeball South England Open! Facing a tough group with London Storm 1s, Derby Phantoms, Bedford Rangers 2s and Leicester we didn’t manage any wins but we came away with lots of positives!

The results were as follows:

Canterbury Crocodiles 0-16 Derby Phantoms

Canterbury Crocodiles 4-12 Bedford Rangers 2

Canterbury Crocodiles 0-18 London Storm 1

Canterbury Crocodiles 1-17 Leicester


Shoutout to our MVP Dara Glasgow for winning almost every middle ball and making some great catches! 

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On Saturday we took part in the first round of British Dodgeball’s South East Regional League. With Sean making his debut and Alex and Kavan making only their second appearance the Crocs played well together with some promising dodgeball. We come away with 3 losses against London Storm 1s, Warwick Eliminated and London Saints sitting 6th in the table on Set difference. 

Well done to all that played and a shoutout to Sean and Ryan for both making some rebound catches. 

The results were as follows:

Canterbury Crocodiles 0-24 London Storm 1

Canterbury Crocodiles 4-18 Warwick Eliminated

Canterbury Crocodiles 3-17 London Saints

MVP of the day goes to James for making the most catches in a day by a Croc player yet! 

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On Sunday 10th October we held the inaugural Crocs Open, entering two teams our self up against each other and Surrey Fireballs, Pratts Bottom and London Saints. 

Congratulations to London Saints on winning overall! 

Canterbury Crocodiles Black finished in a brilliant 2nd overall in the tournament with the following results: 

Group stage: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 16 - 0 Surrey Fireballs 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 8 - 6 Canterbury Crocodiles Green 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 7 - 9 London Saints 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 18 - 0 Pratts Bottom
 
Semi Final: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 12 - 2 Canterbury Crocodiles Green 
 
Final: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Black 2 - 16 London Saints

Some great dodgeball was played all round and the first Crocs v Crocs game was a hotly contested game, with the scores tied at 6 - 6 going into the last set! 
 
MVP for Crocs Black was shared between Lauren Shrewsbury and Sarah Krauspe. Both having played with determination, leadership and making a number of catches!

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On Sunday 10th October we held the inaugural Crocs Open, entering two teams our self up against each other and Surrey Fireballs, Pratts Bottom and London Saints. 

Congratulations to London Saints on winning overall! 

Canterbury Crocodiles Green finished in a great 3rd place overall in the tournament with the following results: 

Group stage: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 2 - 12 London Saints 
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 6 - 8 Canterbury Crocodiles Black 
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 14 - 4 Pratts Bottom
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 13 - 1 Surrey Fireballs 
 
Semi-Final: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 2 - 12 Canterbury Crocodiles Black
 
3rd place play off: 
Canterbury Crocodiles Green 14 - 2 Pratts Bottom

Some great dodgeball was played all round and the first Crocs v Crocs game was a hotly contested game, with the scores tied at 6 - 6 going into the last set!

MVP for Crocs Green was Lauren English thanks to showing great leadership as the team’s captain and helped her players play to their strengths to maintain pressure and pace during sets.

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On Sunday a Crocs contingent travelled up the M20 to Enfield for the London Open. We came away with no wins, but no game ran away from us and with each competition we are gaining experience and took more points from teams that have previously blown us away.

 

The results were as follows:  

Canterbury Crocodiles 5 - 9 London Knights 

Canterbury Crocodiles 2 - 12 Derby Phantoms 

Canterbury Crocodiles 5 - 11 Berkshire Royals  

Canterbury Crocodiles 5 - 7 London Storm 3s 

Crocs’ MVP was voted as Adam for strong accurate throwing as well as making important catches.

We come away from the last open before a long string of league games with plenty of things to work on, but also with the confidence that we are improving and that we will be causing big upsets in the upcoming future! 

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The Crocs travelled to Enfield once more on Saturday for Regional League and came away with our first win of the league season!

 

The results were as follows:  

Canterbury Crocodiles 6 - 16 London Knights 

Canterbury Crocodiles 6 - 16 London Storm 2

Canterbury Crocodiles 25 - 1 Surrey Fireballs  

Well done to all that played, it’s great to see the Crocs gel as a team more and more each week. Special shout-out, however, to our MVP for the day Ryan for some awesome plays through out the day and dictating the tempo with his calling throughout. We currently sit 6th in the table, with two fixtures of the league left! 

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Last Saturday the crocs played in their first National league meet at St George’s Park. We played two games, winning the first convincingly and losing the second in what was a hard-fought tense game that could have gone either way.

 

The results were as follows:

 

Canterbury Crocodiles 21 - 3 Virtue Neophytes

Canterbury Crocodiles 10 - 12 Leicester Predators

 

MVP for the day was Dan Bryant for some great individual plays that made the difference in a number of sets.

 

The team loved the experience and atmosphere of their first bite at the National league cherry, and can’t wait to be back for more.

 

We’re currently sitting 4th in the table, eagerly waiting to improve on that at the next meet on the 21st November.

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