North will strive to keep a clean slate

October 27, 2017

Shepparton North will be out to keep its perfect record intact when it takes on St Brendan’s tomorrow.

North completely smashed Karramomus in a one-sided Shepparton District Tennis Association clash last Saturday, with Clark Pettigrew, Mark Jackson and Evan Cooknell coming out with an unbeaten record.

Nicci Jeffery, Georgie Moore and Wendy Sidebottom only dropped one of their rubbers as North prevailed 8-52 to 1-24.

St Brendan’s will be no easy task after only losing to McEwen Reserve last week by two games in a thrilling encounter.

Lisa Treble and Paul Howard led by example for St Brendan’s, but they only won three sets to McEwen’s six.

McEwen Reserve will start warm favourites to make it four wins to start the season when it takes on Central Park, which is yet to taste victory.

Tom Comer, Bailey Opie and Geoff Akers have barely been troubled all season and will be hard for Central Park to match up with.

The final match of the round has Karramomus aiming to win its first game as it does battle with Old Students.

The Students broke their drought last week with a convincing 17-game win against Central Park.

Meanwhile in A1/A2 grade, Murchison and Old Students will play tonight to kick off the round.

Tomorrow St Andrew’s is up against Shepparton North, St Brendan’s takes on Lemnos and McEwen Reserve Green faces off with McEwen Reserve Blue.

The A3 matches are Shepparton North against Karramomus, Bunbartha pitted against Undera Blue, Mooroopna Lawn clashing with Central Park and Undera White facing up to Kialla Park.

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