The Scarborough News
Young Newby stars show signs of promise
SCARBOROUGH NEWS DIVISION THREE LIBERATORS 8 NEWBY JFS 2 The decision by the league to enter a very young team in the third division paid dividends with a very admirable effort from the talented Newby JFS side.
Sam Lowe got them off to great start by defeating Brian Goodliffe in straight sets.
It was an impressive debut by the youngest of the Lowe dynasty as he went on to score another single.
Team-mates Frazer Ives and Jack Louth were composed and they showed glimpses of their undoubted potential.
Man of the match was Liberators Karl Cousins, who was unbeaten and also took the doubles with Goodliffe.
The latter and Kath Edwards also added a brace each for the victors. ROGUES N JOSHERS 4 WHITBY RESOLUTION 6 Whitby’s Stuart Hurworth steered his team to a close triumph over a new-look Rogues side.
Hurworth won all his singles in straight sets and also took the doubles with Dan Schweitzer.
The latter and Mike Stones made up Whitby’s score.
Rogues introduced promising junior Tom Wild to their team and he rewarded them with a brace.
Singles from John Blaymires and new signing Tom Anderson gave Rogues a healthy four points for their efforts.