Protea keep improved form

2009-08-12 00:00

COLLEGIANS have moved into second place in the Pietermaritzburg Medi-Clinic men’s first league squash after their convincing 12-3 win over an injury-riddled Howick side. Protea continued their improved second- round form, beating Golf Club II 8-7. Log-leaders Michaelhouse thumped Country Club II 12-1, Country Club I and Golf Club I drew six all.



Collegians (12) Howick (3): Steve Darch 3 Dave Teichman 0; Wayne Marcus 3 Lane Thomson 2; Ravi Govender 3 Mark Butlin 1; Etienne van der Merwe 3 George Friedel 0.

Country Club I (6) Golf Club I (6): Garth Ware 0 Justin Gouweloos 3; Terry Owen 0 Sjors Gouweloos 3; Arno Goebel 3 Maxine Windelberg 0; Len Adendof 3 Rob Gouweloos 0.

Golf Club II (7) Protea (8): Alan McGuigan 3 Deon Royappen 0; Matthew Black 3 Elton Bunting 2; Jamie Visagie 0 Irwin Naidoo 3; Sameer Sathar 1 Vikash Sharanund 3.

Michaelhouse (12) Country Club II (1): Frank Bradford 3 Mark Gouweloos 0; Ian Sturgeon 3 Craig Clark 1; Andrew Brown 3 Ian Geldenhuys 0; Pieter Pelser 3 Andrew Pratt 0.

Lynwood had a bye.




Howick vs Golf Club I

Protea vs Country Club I

Golf Club II vs Michaelhouse

Country Club II vs Lynwood

Collegians have a bye.



Midlands (13) Lahee Park (4): Justin Gouweloos 3 Michael Hutchins 1; Alan McGuigan 3 Charles Bloem 0; Mick Gouweloos 2 Ryan van der Merwe 3; Mark Gouweloos 3 Andrew Tarbaton 0.

FIXTURE THIS WEEK: Midlands vs Westville Country Club “A”.

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