Geilston Bay Tennis Club played host to a high-scoring afternoon of SRT Logistics Premier League action, with a number of matchups going down to the wire on yet another sunny Saturday in the south.
Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions produced the upset of the day, claiming their maiden win of the inaugural season over a more-fancied Glenorchy Stringlab outfit to rocket into fourth place on the ladder with one round to play. Shaun Thomas was pivotal for the victors in his league debut, with Edison Lee and Rowan Kerr providing strong doubles support.
Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies battled hard to take the points over Domain Two-Folk Espresso, with the settled lineup of Sam Edgar, Jack Derrick and George Anderson yet again paying dividends to ensure the Eastern Shore side remains in second place with one round of competition to go.
Domain Whisk & Co Café remain undefeated after claiming the narrowest of wins over Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching, with just a single game the difference between the two sides. Edward Bourchier was again the standout performer for the Domain side, while Tony Blom was classy in defeat for the Ace Tennis Coaching team.
The final regular season round will be held at the Domain Tennis Centre this Saturday 28 November, with third-placed Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching still able to make the final should they claim a comprehensive win over Domain Two-Folk Espresso.
They’ll be hoping for Glenorchy Stringlab to conjure up a strong win over fellow Geilston Bay side Tassie Awards & Trophies for this to remain a possibility. Domain Whisk & Co Café will be looking to make any adjustments required ahead of the finals in a fortnight when they meet Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions.
Full results and standings for players with a Match Centre account are available HERE
Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions 3-4-38 def. Glenorchy Stringlab 1-4-33
Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies 4-6-47 def. Domain Two-Folk Espresso 0-2-36
Domain Whisk & Co. Café 2-4-40 def. Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching 2-4-39