Close re­sults in lo­cal squash com­pe­ti­tion

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

JU­NIOR squash con­tin­ued last week with more fan­tas­tic matches.

Kyle Skyring had to work hard for a 2-1 match against Hay­ley Gwynne. Sam Lawrence, play­ing his first game against big sis­ter Poppy, en­ter­tained us with two long games pro­duc­ing a 3-0 match.

Chris Dwyer is dis­play­ing fast im­prove­ment, snatch­ing one game from Rae Page. Rae won 2-1.

Other re­sults: Daisy Hawkes d Bry­dehn Ben­der 3-0, Rex Hawkes d Halle Tesch 3-0, Cole Wat­son d Jared Tesch 3-0, Dean McCarthy d Ri­ley Stievano 3-0.

At the end of round five, Team Three sits on top of the leader­board with 32 points, fol­lowed by Teams One and Four on 29 points and Team Two on 20.

In se­nior squash, Mon­day’s game be­tween Graeme Lawrence and Brian Petrus was well worth watch­ing, with plenty of long ral­lies and fine shots. The fi­nal re­sult saw Brian with 2 games to Graeme’s 1.

Julie Verri and Ju­dith Day pro­duced a sim­i­lar match, with Ju­dith ended the vic­tor 2-1. Ha­gen Wit­tner worked hard to get a game off Bren­dan Ives as did Ethan Hoff­man against Daniel Watts.

In other re­sults, Mick Gwynne d Sean Hawkes 3-0; Jake Ras­mussen d Janet Goodall 2-1; Duane Hoff­man d Re­nae Verri 3-0; Rhett Prince d Suzy Best­wick 2-1; Danielle Bellero d Damien Bellero 3-0 and Kyle Skyring d Sue Watts 3-0.

In Wed­nes­day’s fix­tures, Sue Lawrence and Treveen Page had a great bat­tle each try­ing to out­wit the other. Sue fi­nally got up 2-1.

Hana Sorensen started well in her match against Janet Goodall by win­ning the first game but Janet fought back to get the next two.

Thun­der­bolt: Daryl Mi­son sends one down at train­ing. Photo by Neil Weavers

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