16 June 2021 | Tennis Tasmania

Glenorchy Stringlab have all but clinched a finals berth with a convincing win over Geilston Bay Two-Folk Espressowith the settled line up of Sam Whitehead, Oliver Hadley and Catherine Krueger hitting their straps at the business end of the season to sit in second place ahead of the final roster round of the SRT Logistics Premier League  season.

Round four also proved fruitful for Domain Whisk & Co as they claimed their first win on the home courts of the Domain Tennis Centre over a depleted Geilston Bay Two-Folk Espresso outfit off the back of a solid showing from Casey Ambler, Jack Derrick and Klaus Stroehl.

Remarkably, Whisk & Co now sit in third place on the ladder due to their run of narrow losses, with an unlikely finals spot up for grabs in round five.

The Domain Bruny Island Cheese Co. juggernaut continues to roll on, with the undefeated side easily accounting for Kingston Main St. Financial thanks to the consistent form of Janaya Smith, Lachlan Browne and Edward Bourchier.

Casey Ambler vollies for Domain Whisk and Co.

Round five will see the top four decided ahead of semifinals week, with the second-placed Glenorchy Stringlab taking on Domain Whisk & Co. Café (third), fourth-placed Kingston Main St. Financial Solutions set to hold off fifth-placed Geilston Bay Two-Folk Espresso, and ladder leaders Domain Bruny Island Cheese Co. vying to keep their perfect record intact against club mates Domain Whisk & Co.

Action will commence at the Domain Tennis Centre from 1:00pm on Saturday 19April, with all interested tennis fans encouraged to attend.

Full results and standings are available HERE


Domain Whisk & Co. Café 9-42 def. Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies 3-23

Glenorchy Stringlab 11-35 def. Geilston Bay Two-Folk Espresso 1-16

Domain Bruny Island Cheese Co. 9-45 def. Kingston Main St. Financial Solutions 3-30