4 December 2020 | Tennis Tasmania

The finalists for the inaugural SRT Logistics Premier League decider have been locked in, with Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies set to take on Domain Whisk & Co Café at the Domain Tennis Centre on Saturday.

On top of the ladder until the last round of roster action, the Domain side ultimately finished in second place after going down by two sets to giant-killers Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions.

Tassie Awards & Trophies will be represented by settled trio Sam Edgar, Jack Derrick and Jack Akl, with Pardey Shield winner Edgar to lead from the front when play commences at 1:00pm.

Dave Hoppitt is likely to join Tasmanian No.2 Ed Bourchier and teenager Jakob Haas for the strong Whisk & Co Café outfit, who will fancy themselves after securing a comprehensive victory when the two sides met in Round 1.

Domain Two-Folk Espresso finished their season on a high note, defeating Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching in Round 5, while Glenorchy Stringlab failed to over the first placed Tassie Awards & Trophies juggernaut.


Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions 2-5-41 def. Domain Whisk & Co. Café 2-3-41

Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies 3-6-42 def. Glenorchy Stringlab 1-2-28

Domain Two-Folk Espresso 4-6-39 def. Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching 0-2-20

Full results and standings for players with a Match Centre account are available HERE

Saturday morning at the Domain Tennis Centre will be action-packed in the lead-up to the SRT Logistics Premier League final, with a host of junior tennis matches and barbeques to feature from 9:00am as follows:

9:00am – 10:00am: Interclub Team Tennis

9:30am – 12:00pm: Tassie Junior League final

10:20am – 12:40pm: Southern State Team Tennis final

1:00pm: SRT Logistics Premier League final

The Southern Tennis League finals will also take place at Lindisfarne Tennis Club from 2:00pm.