Round five of Deniliquin Junior Tennis resulted in an impressive 9-1 win for Deni Riverside Caravan Park.November 20, 2012 4:40am
Round five of Deniliquin Junior Tennis saw some excellent games played across all grades.
Skills development will run again this week with Section 1 at 8am until 8.30am and Section 2 starting at 8.30am and finishing at 9am.
Players out for round six are: Section 1 - player 1; Section 2 and 3 - player 5.
The canteen roster for round six is as follows: Section 1 - Bulmers Cabinets 8.30am to 9.30am; Section 2 - Shiloh Medical Practice 9.30am to 10.30am.
Section 1: Deni Riverside Caravan Park 9 def. Toogimbie Shorthorns 1; Deni Physiotherapy 6 def. Bulmer Cabinets 4. Best players - Simon Barclay, Phoebe McCrabb, Hayden Tasker, Henry Osborne; Three-set winners - Matilda Taylor, Jordan Hall, Sophie Walmsley, Phoebe Taylor, Bree Collins, Simon Barclay.
Section 2: Aussie Coatings 5 def. Millabong Pastoral 2; KC Tennis 7 def. Shiloh Medical Practice 1. Best players - Jett Seymour, Kyle Mula, Duncan Hughes, Cameron Crockart; Three-set winners - Eloise Ritchie, Jack Sides, Alex Rogers, Emma Morona.
Section 3: Rhino Tanks 17g def. Five Star Farming 11g; Warragoon 16g def. Mayberry Jerseys 14g. Best players - Eimear Gogarty, Billy Michael, Will King, Katie Rogers; Development awards - Carlie Fisher (Troy Leetham Plumbing) and Grace McCallum (Deni Golf Club Leisure Resort).
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