Hard-fought bat­tles

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT -

The All Stars are back on top of the lad­der tied on points with Mac­cas Lot.

The two teams bat­tled it out with Noel ‘The Ace’ Pear­son clinch­ing vic­tory in a hard-fought bat­tle against Macca.

Sally ‘The Queen of the North East’ Lit­tle­wood started slowly against Ruth­less Bar­ton but re­cov­ered to win in four games.

David ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Hall has been in ca­reer best form but lost to Paul ‘The Pres­i­dent’ Kennedy in a gru­elling five-set match.

The Pres­i­dent proved too strong for Hall in a nail-biter win­ning 15-13.

Hall was philo­soph­i­cal at his press con­fer­ence.

‘‘I’m just pac­ing my­self,’’ he said.

‘‘I was fully aware of the team sit­u­a­tion and knew we had vic­tory se­cured be­fore that fi­nal game.’’

‘‘I’ve al­ways said you should never peak too early or else the hand­i­cap­per cru­ci­fies you.’’

Hall still leads the num­ber two in­di­vid­ual award and has his sights set on an­other ti­tle.

Crum­pets are eye­ing off a fi­nals place and needed a strong per­for­mance against T-Rex Le­gends.

Crumpy got the team off to a great start de­feat­ing Chad ‘Yves St-Lau­rent’ Parker in straight sets.

T-Rex was again nowhere to be seen and his fill-in Zaine ‘The Hyphen’ Lewin-Hoy was no match for He­len ‘The Greek God­dess’ Flint.

In a thrilling con­test Kelly ‘Lady Gaga’ Chris­tensen de­feated Pacey.

Lady Gaga played a pow­er­ful fi­nal game and this proved the dif­fer­ence.

T-Rex le­gends have hit rock bot­tom.

Af­ter los­ing all three of their rub­bers they’re now a dis­tant last place on the lad­der. Keep call­ing your lets.

— The Boaster

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