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St Brendan’s keen to take on might of McEwen Reserve

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November 24, 2017

Shepparton District Tennis Association members will be hoping for better luck with the weather this weekend.

Only three games across all three sections were able to be completed, as rain set in across Shepparton’s hard courts.

But warm weather is expected to stick around tonight and tomorrow, making action hot for the players.

There will be a top-of-the-table blockbuster to get round seven under way in pennant, with undefeated McEwen Reserve taking on St Brendan’s. McEwen has been near unstoppable this season, winning six games and rarely being challenged.

But St Brendan’s did give McEwen a stiff challenge last time the teams met in round three, with there being only two games in it at the end, but McEwen did win three more sets.

Karramomus got its first points of the season due to last week’s washout, but is still searching for a maiden win.

However, the Bloods have been thereabouts in most matches and will fancy their chances hosting against Shepparton North.

Old Students will be looking to extend their advantage on fifth-placed Central Park when the teams battle it out.

The Students already have a two-game buffer in the race for the finals, but a win to Central Park will make running down a spot inside the four more than gettable towards the end of the season.

Meanwhile, there will be two games tonight in A1/A2 to get the round started as Lemnos is at home to McEwen Reserve White and Shepparton North battling it out with McEwen Reserve Blue.

Tomorrow, it is McEwen Reserve Green up against Old Students and St Brendan’s taking on Murchison.

The A3 games are Central Park duelling with Karramomus, Kialla Park hosting Undera Blue, Undera White going head-to-head with Mooroopna Lawn and Shepparton North serving it up to Bunbartha.

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