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Eurobodalla Tennis Ladies Competition News


EUROBODALLA TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION news.


Above: Narooma Gold : Eurobodalla Tennis Ladies Competition - Paula Underwood , Kathie Thackray , Jenny Mathie ,Narelle Dansey . What a lovely day for tennis !! Narooma Gold played against Bay Breakers in Batemans Bay last week , four Bay teams were playing at home so there was a jolly atmosphere as they don't have a chance to get together all that often . When Narooma arrived at the courts Breakers were having a warm up and looked pretty serious , but once the Narooma girls were organised they joined their opponents for a good warm up before the match started . Narooma girls were disappointed with their initial form when play began and lost the first two sets to Breakers 6/1 on both courts , More warm up next time girls !! After a stern self-talk Narooma girls pulled their socks up with Jenny and Narelle winning 6/2, Kathie and Paula lost 4/6 . At lunch Breakers 3 sets, Narooma 1 . A lovely lunch was provided , many thanks to everyone , lots of beautiful fruit, cheeses, crackers , wraps, chicken and cake , I think we all come for the feast . Both teams had a win each in next two sets , now 4/2 to Breakers but only 6 games in it ,Narooma still had a chance if they could win last 2 sets . Breakers were certainly the better players on the day , congratulations on a 5/3 win . Overall on the day there were some big set winners but games were not that far apart , all teams trying hard to earn points in the lead up to finals .

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