The Central Wimmera Tennis Association round two has come to a close

CONSISTENT: Ross McIntyre, playing for Central Park in the pennant division, won one and lost two games of doubles when his side faced Horsham Lawn Savage. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

CONSISTENT: Ross McIntyre, playing for Central Park in the pennant division, won one and lost two games of doubles when his side faced Horsham Lawn Savage. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

ROUND two of the tennis this season is done and dusted. 

In the pennant division, Central Park marked its second win in as many games when the side travelled to Horsham Lawn. 

The match was a close affair with Central Park leading six sets to Horsham Lawn’s five after the 11th rubber. 

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However, the final three sets saw Central Park topple the opposition on its home court, winning nine sets 99 games to five sets 80 games. 

Kalkee recorded a strong victory at home when the team faced off against Horsham Lawn O’Connor. 

The fixture was all tied-up after the fourth set, with each team recording two wins. 

But it was a short-lived comfort for Horsham Lawn O’Connor as Kalkee broke through to secure 10 consecutive victories in the doubles fixtures. 

Kalkee finished with 12 sets 113 games to Horsham Lawn O’Connor’s two sets 60 games. 

The results of St Michael’s Horsham Tennis Club match against Drung South were not provided. 

In A Special, Central Park recorded its second victory as the away team, Haven forfeiting the match. 

The forfeit saw Central Park’s percentage skyrocket to 833.33. 

Natimuk was victorious when it hosted Drung South.

Drung South was leading after the fifth rubber, three sets to two, but the team was unable to tally another set until the 11th rubber, which was also the club’s final win of the day. 

Natimuk won 10 sets 103 games to Drung South’s four sets 41 games. 

Telangatuk East and Homers battled through a close match, with the final two rubbers the deciding sets. 

Telangatuk East started well and took a five sets to one lead by the sixth rubber. 

Homers fought back, winning four of a possible six sets by rubber 12. 

Homers were a good chance to tie the day up before Telangatuk East won the final two sets. 

Telangatuk East won nine sets 105 games to Homers’ five sets 81 games. 

In A Grade, Noradjuha defeated Haven nine sets 102 games to three sets 54 games. 

Kalkee forfeited its away match to Brimpaen, while Central Park was defeated seven sets 75 games to five sets 77 games by Horsham Lawn Tennis Club. 

results from the Laharum and Quantong match were not supplied. 

Two teams have two wins from two matches in B Grade. Laharum was gifted a second win by Haven Green, which forfeited the match-up. 

A close game was played out in the second match. Horsham Lawn Tennis Club was defeated by 14 games against Drung South.

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