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Rosellas flying high

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July 15, 2017

Benalla

A-grade

Rosellas have continued their fine form in the Benalla Table Tennis Club’s domestic competition.

A magnificent performance enabled the in-form Rosellas to move another step up the competition ladder when they convincingly outplayed Taipans for a 5-0 victory in A-grade action last week.

Top team, Owls were too strong for Possums, with John Bajada and Steve McCallum accounting for all their match ups in a 5-0 victory.

Meanwhile, Wallabies claimed a solid 4-1 victory over Plovers. Apoorv Saxena was at his best to win both singles, with Brian Perry chipping in for one.

Kookaburras overcame Echidnas in a 5-0 victory. Brian Harrington and Jeff Austen were on their game to win all their matches.

B-grade

Gliders edged out Mozzies in a hard-fought 3-2 victory. Richard Morton and Jack McNulty posted a stirling singles win each before combining in the doubles.

Eagles displayed top form to win a tight one over Numbats, 3-2. Beth Grant and Bill Sharp snared a singles each before taking the doubles.

Pauline Hooper led Frogs to a gallant 4-1 victory over Redbacks. She took both singles matches, before combining with Sienna Irwin to take out the doubles in three sets.

A fired-up Wombats enjoyed a 4-1 victory over Bullants, with John Spencer accounting for both singles and Greg Wippell taking one.

C-grade

Andrea Cathcart ensured a 3-2 win for Hawks over Magpies in a tight clash. Promising junior, Jackson Squires backed up his good form to account for a singles in style.

Koalas’ James Young was untroubled in winning both his singles to take the team to a 3-2 victory over Crickets.

Swanpool

Meanwhile at the Swanpool Table Tennis Club the Tigers were downed 5-0 by the Falcons in A-grade action last week.

At Tatong the Bombers showed no mercy for the Farmers, winning 5-0.

And in another 5-0 result the Tigers’ Jim Renkin and Shaun Murphy defeated the Wombats’ Andrew and Adam Marriott.

B-grade

A-grade

At Moorngag the Saints’ Geoff Draper and Daniel Grima made short work of the Shark’s Pedro Schroder and Paul Shea winning 4-1.

At Molyullah the Cockies’ Henry and Thomas Hill continued their competition-leading form to defeat the Turtles’ Beth and Will Smith 5-0.

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