The 2019 UK Kubb Championship - Event Details
The UKKubb 2019 Championship will be held on Saturday June 29th 2019.
The big news is that, after a number of years running the event in Farmborough, and after receiving a lot of feedback from participants at the 2018 event, we have made the decision to change venues.
UKKubb 2019 will be held at Hursley Park in Hampshire, a venue set in extensive, beautiful grounds belonging to IBM Laboratories. The facilities on site include a football pitch, softball pitch, cricket pitch, fitness trail and much more. Our event will be held on the cricket pitch, surrounded by mature woodland and in front of the Hursley Clubhouse, which will be providing our bar, catering and bathroom facilities.
We recognise that there will be teams that have been coming to Farmborough for a number of years, and for whom the move to Hampshire will be a bit of a shock. As the event has grown, we have found that more people are coming from further away, with a number even travelling from outside the UK in 2018. We hope that for most, the new location will actually be easier to get to, and we are confident that for those that have additional effort, the journey will be well worthwhile.
We've put a lot of thought into finding a wonderful venue that allows us to run a great UKKubb event, and Hursley Park would be right at the top of the list , meeting all the criteria that we set.
Hursley is within 15 minutes of all the amenities of Winchester, Eastleigh and Romsey. It has easy transport links through rail via Winchester or Romsey, road, with the M3 only a few minutes away and even air, with Southampton airport very close by. Accommodation is available within easy at hotels of all prices and ranges and there are a number of campsites only a few minutes from the event.
We will be looking into the option of providing transport to/from train stations and nearby campsites for 2019. If that is of interest to you, please let us know.
Importantly, the Hursley Clubhouse has a long and successful history of supporting and catering for very large events, and we are confident that they will provide a service that is a step above what we have been able to offer elsewhere. We are likely to be able to offer a pre-booked high quality meal or barbecue options, as well as a great range of beer, wine and soft drinks. The team at the Clubhouse has already been incredibly supportive as we have worked through requirements for the event, and they are genuinely excited to have us all there in 2019.
We will be opening up registration very soon, so please keep come back regularly to check the site.
As per last year we will be applying a small registration fee of £10 per team. Any fees collected will be used to provide a better event, and will never be used for the personal gain of the organisers.
The following teams have already registered. Please do get in touch if you think that your team should be listed here but isn’t, or if you think we have some details wrong. Note that the list tends to change a bit as the competitors’ plans alter, so it might be worth checking back from time to time.
At this point, all available slots for UKKubb 2019 are full. You are still very welcome to register and join a wait list, as we often get slots opening up closer to the event.
Team Name - Captain’s Name - Home
If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our Kubb - Sam Sargant - London
Stockholm Syndrome - Paul McGuiness - Bristol
The newish Kubbs on the block - Adam Skinner - Calverton, Nottinghamshire
Stickmen - Matt Colwell - Worthing, West Sussex
Sticky Moments - Kerry Colwell - Worthing, West Sussex
Pasar Actief Belgium - Frank Bewaert - Belgium
Kubb on Eileen - John Kirkland - Oxford, Oxfordshire
Kubban Missile Crisis - Chris Hann - Bristol
Kubb Scouts - Daniel Scott - Bournemouth, Dorset
Ice Kubbs - Rachel Uren - Romsey, Hampshire
Game of Throwns - Mark Hindry - Stubbington, Hampshire
Straight Outta Kubbton - Nick Floyer - Northampton, Northamptonshire
Kubbtastic - Hayley Webster - Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
In da Kubb - Tom Spencer - Exeter, Devon
Hubble Kubble - Taissa Csaky - Oxford, Oxfordshire
Ye Olde Tossers - Martin Thurlwell - Colchester, Essex
Kubb Foot - Pete Wasko - Weybridge, Surrey
The Big Kubbowski - Nick O'Brien - Swansea
Duck! Supers - Tom Jordan - Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Shepherds - William Smith - London
Kubb or Ball - Ed Hill - Southampton, Hampshire
Those Pesky Kubbs - Graham Douglas - Weybridge, Surrey
Show No Mersey - Ben Potter - Liverpool
Salford Loves Kubb - Andrew Lane - Salford, Greater Manchester
Kubboom - Dan Hayes - Stockbridge, Hampshire
The Wallies - Graeme Searle - London
Wolves of Waltham Forest - Mark Rider - London
Mile High Kubb - Hannah Timms - Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
Show No Mersey Ladies - Helen Brewer - Liverpool
Black Rebel Motorcycle Kubb [South] - Ivan Chadwick - Reading, Berkshire
Raccoon Cub Kubb Club - Nate Hartley - Glasgow
Black Rebel Motorcycle Kubb [North] - Michael Lancaster - Australia
Bang Bang Kubb - Richard Green - Bristol
Percy Plots Kubb - Maddie Price - Bristol
Gemiver - Oliver Stevenson - Liverpool
Kiss 'n 'Kubble - Richard Chadwick - Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Kubb Dine With Me - Ben Wilder - Bath, Somerset
Kubb-a-Chameleon - Ross Boyle - Southampton, Hampshire
Hursley Club #1 - Kevin Smith - Winchester, Hampshire
The Bare Kubbs (Fight Kubb) - Richard Brooks - Weybridge, Surrey
Danes Gentlemen’s Kubb - John Reid
Peter’s Poppets - Chris Rapley
The Kubba Divers - Ken Johnstone - Eastleigh, Hampshire
Seydlitz Stormers - Andrew Eve
British Tapas - James Sawley
Kath’s Kubbsters - Katharine Manning
The Viceroys - Chris Watkins
Kubb-Fu Fighting - Mark Piper
The Earls of Kubbshire - Claire Watkins
Bethesda Battlers - Hannah Lewis
Kubbin Fever - Iain Hodd