Social tennis ramps up

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Social tennis ramps up

The second round of the Mount Gambier and District Tennis Association Fast4 Social Tennis last Wednesday night saw Collins Crew assert themselves on the competition.

The side shot to the top of the ladder with a 5-22 to 1-6 win over Suttontown.

Collins Crew had a handy inclusion this week, with young gun Zayne Young filling in for the absent Jonty Collins.

It was a dominating performance all around, however Aaron Smith and Steph Beck managed to sneak a win over Hamish Gordon and Maggie Collins 4-2 to give Suttontown some respectability on the scoreboard.

In a battle between the Mount Schank sides, bragging rights were on the line.

It was a tight contest, with Mount Schank Blue sneaking home by a single game 3-17 to 3-16.

The experienced campaigner John Ralston starred for the Blue side, whilst Bella Laube went undefeated in her three matches for the night or the White side.

Too Cole for School moved into second place on the ladder with a comprehensive win over the Mixed Fast4 Team 5-21 to 1-8.

Evan Clark came in for his first match in the competition for the Mixed Fast4 team and he showed a lot of fight, helping secure their only set for the night and going down in another close set 3-4.

David and Kobe Cole both dominated for the winners, with the father/son combination not dropping a set.

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