The final round of the Junior State League home and away season took place last Friday. The girls finished with a super round at Seacliff and the boys played at their own club home venues.
In the boys competition, Glenlea hosted Seacliff with the away team showing they were too strong with a four rubbers to two win. This meant Glenlea have missed out on a finals spot finishing in fifth spot.
Stefan Bianchet finished off his season with a win over Noah Koeroessy after an impressive season. Seacliff’s Lachlan Brain and Doni Gashi were stand outs with 9-1 and 9-2 victories. This leaves Seacliff in top spot and flag favourites heading into the finals.
Coromandel Valley and Pembroke finished off the season with strong performances over Hahndorf and West Lakes not dropping a rubber. Both teams will be in good stead heading into finals.
Trinity were too strong for Tea Tree Gully with a five rubbers to one win, cementing their spot in third position. Trinity’s Callum Gale was too strong in the top singles with a 9-4 win, but a hard fought win for Tea Tree Gully’s Hamish Bartos gave Tea Tree Gully their only rubber.
In the Statewide Super girl’s competition, Seacliff hosted a super round where all the girls were invited to a presentation from Theadora Kiparoglou before their scheduled match on the US Scholarship process and pathway.
Both Pembroke and Hahndorf had hard fought four rubbers to two wins over their opponents. With Pembroke’s Meeka Marshall and Hahndorf’s Kara Tscharke the stand outs for their team.
The Seacliff girls had a dominant display, downing Seaside six rubbers to zero. Jasmine Adams and Cydney Crumbie kept their incredible year going with strong 9-1 and 9-2 victories respectively.
Heading into finals this Friday Seacliff boys are hosting Coromandel Valley to try and book their spot into a grand final. Trinity and Pembroke will play for their spot into the Semi-Final, with the winner to play the loser out of Seacliff and Coromandel Valley.
The Seacliff girls will host Pembroke to try and book their spot into a grand final, with Seaside and Hahndorf playing a knockout final with the winner to play the loser out of Seacliff and Pembroke.
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