Tennis report

2018-11-14 06:02
Particpants in the Farmers vs. Town tennis challenge.

Particpants in the Farmers vs. Town tennis challenge.

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SUNDAY dawned bright and clear for the annual Farmers vs. Town tennis challenge.

By mid-morning the temperature had risen to a slightly uncomfortable high.

Last year’s challenge ended in a draw, so the game was on.

After the morning session of mixed doubles, the scores were very even, with only six games separating the teams.

The scores were Farmers 84 — Town 78.

As the teams were so even, the afternoon session of men’s and ladies doubles was a nail-biting affair, with the final scores being Town 83 — Farmers 79.

The final result saw Farmers win by 163 games to 161, a difference of one game to have drawn again.

Thanks to Wimpy for their ongoing sponsorship and delicious burgers for lunch, and to the ladies for all the delicious tea eats.

WINNERS

MIXED DOUBLES A — Colin Corbishley and Erika Gevers

MOST DESERVING — Mike Barrow and Sylvia­ Varty

MIXED DOUBLES B — Herman van Rooyen and Jenny Platt

MOST DESERVING — Daryl Arbuckle and Tish van Rooyen

MEN’S DOUBLES — Herman van Rooyen and Mark Thomas

MOST DESERVING — Jack Ridl and Cameron van Schalkwyk

LADIES DOUBLES — Sylvia Varty and Corné Nefdt

MOST DESERVING — Cheryl McGhie and Sue Thomson

The next item on the calendar is the Roley Hill men’s doubles on December 2.

Please send your entries to Ashley Cotterrell­ at 082 415 0525.

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