Ladder positions still up for grabs in Surry tennis A grade
THE Surry District Tennis Association A grade competition resumes this weekend after a two-week hiatus, due to the Australia Day weekend and the association championships.
Matches have been scheduled for Sunday for round 12, due to the hosting of the Tyrendarra Show tomorrow, with matches to be played at Tyrendarra and Drumborg.
With only three rounds left before finals, the battle for finals spots is heating up.
Ladder leaders Heydarra host third placed Lawn at Tyrendarra, while cross court rivals Drumborg Cats and Drumborg Magpies will play at Drumborg.
Sunday’s clash looms as an important for Drumborg Magpies, who can solidify their position among the top two with a win against Drumborg Cats.
The second ranked Magpies could feature a strong line-up, with the experienced Jim McKenzie, young gun Jake McKenzie as well as recently crowned district singles champion Shawn Dalton a chance to take the court.
The trio have all featured during the season, and could line up with the likes of Wendy McKenzie, Caitlyn McKenzie and Jordan Meade.
Drumborg Cats feature a strong men’s line-up, with district singles runner-up Aiden Mibus, district mixed doubles champions Nathan Mibus, Lyndon Mibus and Austin Sadler all a chance to play.
They’ll likely feature alongside a combination of Amy Walsh, Kylie Rogers, Tania Dalton or Kim Howard.