2015-16 week twenty one reports

HACKNESS A 5 v CORINTHIANS A 5

Hackness celebrated the winning of the league with an entertaining draw against runners up Corinthians. Joel Wright was man of the match for them with a majestic treble. Wright also partnered Ashley Hodgson for a five set doubles win, Neil Raine completed the scoring for the home team. Corinthians fully deserved the runner up spot. Both Glen Hodgson and Mark Marshall were on form to score a brace each and Dale Symons was unlucky to lose out to Raine 10-12 in the decider and had to settle for a single.

ROLO 6 v HACKNESS B 4

This game will be remembered for the performance of Sam Lowe. The talented youngster made his debut for Rolo and managed a terrific win over the experienced Mike Wheatley 16-14, 11-9, 16-14. Rolos other scorers were a treble from Martin Lowe plus a doubles triumph with Ben Rowe, who also won a single. Noel Seery played well for Hackness and was rewarded with a brace while Wheatley and Ann Seery took singles. 

CORINTHIANS B 3 v BRIDLINGTON OLD BOYS 7

Trebles for Simon James and Mark Chajecki secured a comfortable win for Old Boys. However Chajecki saved three match points against Ed Wardman before taking the rubber 12-14, 8-11,11-9,11-9, 11-7. Chajecki also won the doubles with James. Corinthians reply came from singles for Wardman, Pete Lee and Derek Elliott.

SCARBOROUGH FLOORING Division Two

TRINITY 7 v WHITBY ENDEAVOUR 3

A man of the match performance from Trinity veteran John Warburton inspired his young side to an impressive win over rivals Whitby. He won all his singles in straight sets in emphatic style. Matty Lowe gave good support with a brace and Moke Warburton was rewarded with a single for her endeavours. Whitbys reply came from singles for Jon Parkinson, Barry Davies and Graham Cripps.

SCALBY OLD BOYS 5 v PICADORE B 5

Hal Goodliffe kept up his recent good form with another treble for Scalby. Team-mate Matty Whilde was foiled by Steve Atkinson in staying unbeaten. Atkinson impressed in taking a brace and being part of a critical five set doubles success with Nigel Chandley. The latter and Tony Ingham added singles for the draw.

PICADORE A 9 v RYEDALE SPORTS CLUB 1

A comprehensive win for Picadore with Martin Zammit and Sally Hunter remaining unbeaten. Ryedale stopped the whitewash when Nigel Hird crashed in straight sets to Andy Paton who was making his debut for Ryedale. Hird and Zammitt combined to win an entertaining doubles in five sets.

SCARBOROUGH NEWS Division Three

WHITBY RESOLUTION 4 v LIBERATORS 6

A hard earned away victory for Liberators. Karl Cousins and brian Goodliffe won two singles each and took the doubles together. Third player Kath Edwards fought hard to win a vital winning rubber. Resolution had the best player on show. Veteran Stuart Hurworth stayed unbeaten. Mike Stones was their other scorer.

DELPHSTONE 0 v NEWBY JFS 10

Newby thrashed a weakened Delphstone side. Youngsters Frazer Ives and jack Louth continue to impress and both won their three rubbers in straight sets. Team captain Rod Ives gave solid support with his own unbeaten performance. Sam Lowe took part in the doubles with Jack Louth which they took in straight sets.

ROGUES N JOSHERS 3 v EASTFIELD WARRIORS  7

Gary Zegstroo was man of the match with a treble for Eastfield. Josh Timmons won twice and paired up with Zegstroo to take the doubles. Third player Richard Lear battled all the way to defeat Isaac Grunwell 11-9 in the deciding set. Rogues reply came from a John Blaymires brace and a single for Tom Anderson.

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