From the courts

2016-06-01 06:00

THE RTS and Organic for Africa-sponsored tennis championship and handicap tournament is in full swing and reaching towards the finals.

These following matches were previously scheduled matches and need to be played during the week or on Saturday (before tennis):

1. Daryl Arbuckle vs Pierre Steyn (h)

2. Colin Corbishley/Michael Meyer vs Mark Thomas/Herman van Rooyen (c)

3. Clive and Wendy Edkins vs Herman van Rooyen and Joanie Koller (h)

4. Ashley Cotterrell vs Michael Chiazzari (h)

5. Steve Muna vs Pierre Steyn (c)

The following matches have been scheduled for Saturday 4 June:

10.30am: Mark Thomas and Debbie Comins vs Steve and Calista Muna (h)


Clive Edkins vs Hermann van Rooyen (c)

Ian Hill vs Ashley Cotterrell (c)

James de Nysschen and Ingrid Surendorff vs Winner (Mark and Debbie vs Steve and Calista)

Guy and Martin Platt vs Pierre Steyn and Ian Redfern (h)

Amy and Julie Cotterrell vs Carol­ Adendorff and Louise Hill (h)


Michael Meyer vs Winner (Pierre Steyn vs Steve Muna) (c)

Mark Thomas vs Winner (Ashley Cotterrell vs Michael Chiazzari) (h)

Wendy Edkins and Ingrid Surendorff­ vs Sylvia Varty and Corne Nefdt (h)

Calista Muna/Joanie Koller vs Pam Paul/Trish Kohne (h)

Ruth Drew vs Robyn Steyn (h)


Ashley Cotterrell and Bobby Pearson vs Guy and Martin Platt (c)

Leon Gevers and Steve Muna vs Clive Edkins and Keith Cowie (c)

Mike Barrow and Michael Chiazzari­ vs Mark Thomas and Hermann van Rooyen (h)

Calista Muna vs Amy Cotterrell (c)

Deon vs Winner (Pierre Steyn vs Daryl Arbuckle) (h)

Carol Adendorff and Joanie Koller­ vs Sylvia Varty and Corne Nefdt (c)

If a “gap” arises then the following game could be played during the afternoon:

Pierre and Robyn Steyn vs Martin­ Platt and Sylvia Varty (h).

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