A Pseudo-scientific approach to tryouts by Brummie

When asked to coach the Great Britain team and run trials, I was keen to ensure that they were as impartial as possible. Not easy. As it turned out, tryouts were the first step on our way to building - in under two years - the most successful Open team ever to come from the UK.

Setting the Scene To set the scene, it’s October 2010. WUCC in Prague is a few months behind us, and most of those trying out had just finished playing at the European Championships. The best performing Open team from the […]

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