Tie breakers entertain onlookers

FIERCE DETERMINATION: After missing last week’s matches, Jacob Hogg was back this week with a vengeance. PHOTO: Dale MannFIERCE DETERMINATION: After missing last week’s matches, Jacob Hogg was back this week with a vengeance. PHOTO: Dale Mann

ROUND nine of the Benalla and District tennis season was conducted in ideal conditions on Saturday.
Four of the five Euroa teams played at home.
In Section One, Megan O’Bree, Eliza Hoare, Marnie Burton, Glen Burton, Nic Asquith and John Anderson represented Gooram in the match against Molyullah’s Jenny Muller, Gabby Patterson, Di Muller, David Whitechurch, Jake Trounson and Jack Muller.
Although Molyullah won the match 8 sets, 70 games, 12 points to Gooram’s 1 set, 44 games, 1 point, two tie breakers decided the first two ladies’ doubles demonstrating entertaining tennis and evenness of the competition.

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