Cootamundra Autumn Competition squash report, May 18, 2017

THE autumn competition is really heating up at the Cootamundra squash club.

On Monday night, the Friday team had a good win, with two matches won on the night against the Thursday team. Kobi Bradshaw won his match in five games against Lynette Sargent and Chloe Sargent won her match in four games against Kurtis Robinson. 

Karen McMinn was the only player from team Thursday to win her match against Tom Large, in five games.

With only one match played, Tom Crick won easily for team Tuesday, against Madi Robinson, from team Saturday, in three games.

Also with only one match played, Harry Watson, from the Monday team, was too strong for Bernie Robinson, from the Wednesday team, by winning his match in three games

On Thursday night, the Aces team just won, with two matches played. Tony Sheedy won his match in three relatively easy games against Steve Cross, from the Emus team, and Sam Reid, from the Emus team, won his match in four games against his younger brother Matt Reid.

With two matches won each on their side, it was down to points in the end for the Rovers and Dropshots teams.  With a nine point difference, the Dropshots won on the night.

Robert Spencer won his match in four games against Peter Vesperman, and Matt Dickinson won his match in three easy games against Billy Sullivan. Mitch Bowden, from the Rovers team, won his match in four games against Willie Offermeier, and Jarrod Loiterton was too good for his opponent, Karen McMinn, winning his match in three easy games.

Lastly, the Slams team were too strong for the Lobs team, winning two of the three matches played. Josh Chamberlain had a battler of a match against Bruce Webb, winning after five long games, whereas Graeme Johnson won his match easily in three games against Phil Bowden.  Luke Dickinson played well for his team, the Lobs, winning in three games against Dan Fry.

Well done to all the teams and players who won their matches on the night.

For bookings please ring 6942 2576 on Monday and Thursday nights between 6pm and 8pm.

Josh Chamberlain had a battler of a match against Bruce Webb, winning after five long games.

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