Top trio ace tennis competition

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Top trio ace tennis competition

Reidy Park had a comfortable win over Mount Schank during Mount Gambier and District Tennis Association Division 1 action on Saturday.

Zayne Young got Reidy Park an important win as he played a dominant set over Will Boston.

Young was strong when serving and did not give his opposition a chance winning the first singles match 6-1.

Brendan McInnes showed great fight in his match, squeaking past his opponent 6-4 to take a point for Mount Schank.

Reidy Park claimed the next three rubbers with Ty Lang particularly impressive against Jack Meyer winning 6-0.

Sarah Brown took a 6-1 win over Lucy Savage to finish the singles 6-1 in favour of Reidy Park.

Reidy Park set the tone in the doubles, taking the first win over McInnes and Boston to seal the result for the day.

Bailey Young and Madison Kelly were a class above in their doubles match against Abbey Hood and Lucy Savage, winning 6-2.

The final two doubles provided very little issues for Reidy Park winning 6-3 and 6-1.

Reidy Park took the points with a comfortable victory winning 11-1 over Mount Schank.

Mount Schank remains without a win this season after six rounds.

West Gambier won its first two matches against Mount Gambier, but Will Cameron offered some resistance for Mount Gambier winning his singles match 6-3.

William Le Cornu continued the Mount Gambier fight back doing enough to beat Toby Stutley 6-4.

The results started to swing back in the favour of West Gambier as Jess Stutley and Emily Jolly took wins with some excellent service games.

West Gambier had a strong grip on the result as matches stood 5-2 after the conclusion of the singles.

Mount Gambier’s Rowan Wiliamson and Mat Stark suffered defeats, with Williamson forced to retire, handing West the points.

West Gambier’s Toby Stutley and Shaunn Robinson passed an endurance test in their doubles match against Cameron and Le Cornu.

A tie breaker saw the first get go in the favour of Mount Gambier, before a strong second set performance for West had the match at one set a piece.

The third set put both teams to the test as neither could find a two game advantage.

Mount Gambier eventually ran out of steam and West claimed the third set and the match finishing 7-6, 3-6, 15-17.

Stutley and Jolley offered their opposition very little mistakes to capitalise on winning 6-2.

West Gambier won the last two doubles and the result was sealed 10-2 in its favour, delivering an important win for the side.

With Reidy Park winning over Mount Schank it sees Mount Gambier drop to fourth on the ladder.

Uniting dominated Glencoe at Corriedale Park on Saturday afternoon with the host not losing any matches to the visiting side in Division 1.

Andrew Vandernhurk and Dylan Childs offered up an exciting contest, however Vandenhurk was just too good on the day.

Vandenhurk made very few mistakes on his way to a 6-2 win in the singles.

Kobe Cole also took a win for Uniting but his match against Tim Biggins was a closer affair.

Cole just managed to open a gap between the pair to win 6-4.

Jace Maxwell kept the winning momentum going in his match against James Braun with a 6-3 win.

Daniel Moon was the most comfortable win as a resilient Will Hann could not stay in contention, going down 6-1.

More comfortable wins for Tessa McGaw and Alison Telford furthered the Uniting advantage.

Jade Delaney and Abbie Cocks fought out a close fought match as neither could gain an advantage.

Delaney was eventually able to capitalise on mistakes to win the match 7-5.

Vandenhurk and Cole held on in two tight sets to claim their doubles match, Childs and Biggins pushed their opposition hard in the first set, but the Uniting pair did enough to win 7-5.

The second set was slightly more comfortable for Vandenhurk and Cole with a 6-4 result securing the match.

A 6-1 loss in the first set deterred Braun and Hann from giving their all in the second set as they attempted to secure a win.

Moon and Maxwell proved too good though, holding on to win the second set 7-5.

Megaw and Telford joined the doubles winners list after having to show some resistance against Sarah and Laura Edwards.

The results were secured for a Uniting clean sweep as Delaney and Telford outclassed Cocks and Laura Edwards 6-4.

In Division 2 West Gambier Blue managed well against Mount Schank/Mount Gambier.

Kirra McKenny was a highlight for the side playing two excellent doubles matches.

The match finished 10-2 in favour of the visiting West Gambier side.

Over at Suttontown, Suttontown/Glencoe Tigers fared well against Mil Lel/ Reidy winning 9-3.

In Division 3, Centrals managed to hold on in a close match up against Moorak, Centrals’ superiority in the singles matches proved the difference to win 7-5.

After a good start from Suttontown in the singles Mount Gambier got back into contention and end up winning fairly comfortably.

Mount Gambier secured second spot on the ladder with an 8-4 win.

Glencoe and Uniting/Glencoe offered a similar result as Glencoe claimed an 8-4 win.

Glencoe was in the box seat early with Will Maloney, Sam Haase, and Brody Allison all securing singles wins.

The results were shared evenly from there but the work was done and Glencoe claimed the points.

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