Kyabram pairings Greg Shilling and David Cartwright, and Chris Preddy and Paul McInnes, will meet in the last 16 knockout stage of the Victorian Country Masters Pairs tomorrow.November 28, 2012 9:15am
Tongala's Keith Tinning, partnering Bob Jarvis, and Kyabram's David Cartwright, partnering Greg Shilling, were both vying for a place in the last 16 of the Victorian Masters Pairs, to be played tomorrow, against Kyabram pair Chris preddy and Paul McInnes.
Kyabram pairings Greg Shilling and David Cartwright, and Chris Preddy and Paul McInnes, will meet in the last 16 knockout stage of the Victorian Country Masters Pairs tomorrow. Shilling and Cartwright won section 18 on Tuesday to book the place against Preddy and McInnes who topped section two on Sunday.
Another Kyabram pair, Rob Anset and Phil Denham, are through after taking out section on Monday along with Tongala’s Geoff Tinning and Stan Mills who made their way through on Tuesday by winning section 16.
Kyabram’s Graeme King, partnering Rex Hawkens from Nyah, and Noel Reddrop, playing alongside Ashley Bates from Wodonga, are also in the final 16.
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