Tie breaks in tough comp Back-hand: Brinkley’s Ryan Lee keeps his eye on the ball in a recent match.
In action: Jervois’ Alexander Hall watches the ball to his racquet in a recent junior hard court tennis match.
Reaching high: Lutheran Blue’s Sabine Zadow jumps up to reach a high ball in a recent junior hard court tennis match.
Concentration: Jervois’ Brittany Liebich plays a forehand shot in a recent junior hard court tennis match.
Swing: Lutheran Blue’s Matthew Kuberk plays a forehand shot in a recent junior hard court tennis match.
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Lutheran Blue won the top and bottom doubles, while TailemBend prevailed the middle.
Tailem Bend’s Kane Mason and Daniel Perks fought hard in an excellent gameto win in a tie break, 7-3 against Lutheran’s Eric Baker and Jesse Linton.
The tie breaks continued in the singles as Joanna Watts of Tailem Bend won over Lutheran’s Chelsea Hagger 7-5, while Lutheran’s Baker was too good for Tailem Bend’s Mason winning, 9-7.
By the end of the night,sets were level at sixapiece with Lutheran Blue inching past as the victors 67-56 games.
Mypolonga vLutheran Red
Matches between Mypolonga and Lutheran Redwere much closer than the score indicated,with two tie-breaks and one going each way.
Two set winners were, Matthew Goldsmith, Theo Weinmann, Joel Schumacher, Zac Wachtel and Helen Redden.
JuniorBrinkley v Lutheran Red
There were some close games throughout the day, one between Alex Hein and Ryan Lee against Jordan and Brayden Hein.
The Hein brothers won another tie break, 5-6(4-7).
Kyle Watts and Ryan Allchurch combined well to defeat Dudley Rigney and Matthew Kubenk, 6-3.
Daniel Buhagiar and Harry Rigney had a win over Chloe Geue and Lachlan Mann, 6-1.
Jordan Hein gained another set for Lutheran in a hard fought match against Alex Hein, winning, 6-0.
Lee played consistently to defeat Brayden Hein, 6-0.
Watts, Allchurch, Buhagiar and Harry Rigney all had comfortable wins over their opponents, Dudley Rigney, Kubenk, Geue and Mann.
Brinkley took out the day, seven sets, 47 games to Lutheran Red’s two sets, 18 games.
Lutheran Blue v Mannum Green
Lutheran Blue took on Mannum Green in a match that could have gone either way due to numerous close sets.
Three out of fourof the doubles matches went to fivegames all before being decided.
Liam Joppich and Tylah Clarke for Lutheran Blueplayed well to defeat Mannum’s Thomas Chadwick and Lachlan Treloar.
A highlight of the singles was a 6-5 win to Brock Treloar over Lutheran’s Jordan Adams.
Both boys played some solid shots and some good rallies were held.
In the top singles, Andrew Ahrens and Cooper Grabowski played yet another of the battles they have had over the years.
Grabowski had the lead early but Ahrens fought back to just get over the line in a tie-break.
Other Lutheran winners were Sabine Zadow, Mitchell Constant, Liam Joppich and Tylah Clarke.
Other Mannum winners were Toby Christiansen and Brock Heward.
Mannum Gold v Jervois
The match betweenMannum Gold and Jervois showed some good tennis from both sides.
Jervois came out overall winners.
Top doubles was a tough decider, Mannum Gold’s Lachlan Stennett andConnor Barker defeated Lachlan Gale andAlexander Hall, 6-5.
Jervois’ Lachlan Galehad a good singles win over Lachlan Stennett, both players displayed some great hitting strokes.
New sister duo Ebony andBriana Weber for Mannum Goldhad a convincing win in their doubles against Mitchell Gale and Cameron Braendler, 6-1.
Both Mannum Gold girls wontheir singles.
Tegan Afford and Brittany Liebech for Jervoiscame out strong against Monique Stennett and Madison Muirhead and won, 6-1.
Jervois’ Tegan Afford followed with a good win in her singles against Madison Muirhead, 6-2.
A close match between Jervois’ Alexander Hill and Monique Stennett resulted in Hill the winner, 6-5.
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