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ETLC Tennis News

ETLC Tennis News 24th March

Division 3 again had very close matches this week.!! It is so much more fun when the results are close. Bay Breeze girls Margaret, Vicki, Jenny and Claire just defeated Bay Seagirls Ellen, Liz, Janine and Marina. The score was 4 sets 40 games to 4 sets 36 games! The match between Broulee Brolgas and Moruya Swans was a bit topsy turvy. After the first 5 sets Swans were in the lead 3 sets to two, 26 games each. But then something changed and Brolgas won the next 3 sets and won the day 5 sets 44 games to 3 sets 34 games. Brolgas would have had a bit of a scare though as they have been doing very well. Next time Swans !

In Division 2 Moruya Blues got a run for their money today against Broulee Flamingoes. After 6 sets it was 3 sets all and 32 games all! But Moruya’s Helen, Bev, Nicole and Marilyn 5 sets 44 games had the staying power it seems and wound up beating sub Jo, Jenny, Marianne and Debbie 3 sets 35 games. Congratulations to Tomakin girls Kath, Rhonda, Janice and sub Nicole who defeated Bay Breakers Helen & Helen, Deb and Tanya. Score was 6 / 45 to 2/30. Narooma and Tomkatz had a tight one. After 6 sets there was only one game between them. However Narooma won the last 2 sets. The final score was Narooma 5/36 to Tomkatz 3/30

In Division 1 Bay Larks Barbara and Sue with sub Bronwyn were too strong today for Narooma’s Roslyn, Bubba and Alison. Unlike most other matches today, it seems the last two sets were the greatest battles! Larks won 5 sets 35 games to 1 set 20 games. Tomakin’s Libby, Lorna and Roz defeated Bay Plus Jenny, Anne and Kinny 5 sets 31 to 1 set 17.

Some photos of Tomakin ladies playing on their home courts


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