Wicklow Tennis Club news
IT WAS all go for the teams participating in the Dublin Lawn Tennis Council Winter League last week, six of the seven teams had two matches to play following on from the postponement of the games on Sunday 8th due to the wintry weather conditions.
The men’s first team who are playing in Class 2 have been meeting some very strong opposition along the way. On Sunday last they were playing Glenageary at home and got one point.
The men’s 2nd team played Ashbrook on Friday night at home and got three points and then they played Sandycove at home on Sunday and got two points. They are currently leading their section in Class 4.
The men’s third team playing in Class 4 were away to Shankill on Thursday night and got three points and they played away to Clontarf on Sunday and also got three points which leaves them in a strong position in their section.
The men’s fourth team playing in Class 7 met Leopardstown on Saturday morning at home and lost all three games and were also unfortunate to lose three points to Carrickmines on Sunday. The ladies first team playing in Class 1 travelled to Castleknock on Friday and got two points and then they played Glenageary at home on Sunday and despite all the long sets did not take away any points.
The ladies 2nd team playing in Class 3 won three points on Wednesday night when they defeated Co. Wicklow and they lost 1-2 to De Vesci on Sunday but are still in a strong position in their section.
The ladies third team playing in Class 5 lost 03 to Charleville on Saturday afternoon and were unfortunate to also lose three points to Ashbrook on Sunday. All teams except the ladies first teams will complete their fifth round matches on Sunday next and hopefully there will be some qualifiers after these games.