Rusk rallies a storm on the court
DARREN Rusk gave his younger counterparts a run for their money last week, dominating Tuesday night’s play.
Rusk took on all comers in a sharp round of constant singles, where David Nolan and Sam Dinnie were among those left standing.
The daring doubles format saw Darcy Larkin and Matthew Henning take bragging rights, while Matthew Newton and David Nolan were hot on their heels.
In other news, Saturday proved an eventful day on the courts, with a host of exciting matches highlighting play.
‘Newsos’ Matt Newton and Keagan Ryan took to the courts in the morning for an energetic round, running down plenty of balls in a lively encounter.
The afternoon was equally as entertaining, with John and Cheryl West, Graham Curtis and Rae Miller taking centre court.
Tuesday and Saturday afternoon social tennis were well attended, led by Gloria and Glen Cowan on Tuesday.
Mixed doubles was the order of the afternoon, where the ladies more than held their own.
Thursday night was a jovial affair, led by Daniel Scott, Norm Hold and Lesley Nolan.
Fit, Fun Tennis – the upbeat cardio workout on a tennis court – was low on numbers on Thursday night, but Friday morning saw players turn out in droves.
Aaron Blackburn was the lone ranger for the ladies in what was a busy workout.
Manahi Ball was the Coaching Pupil of the Week, for assisting the young members of the ‘Brekky Group’ in their return of serves last week.
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