Cummins notches up second win of the season

Great Flinders table tennis

THE second game for the season saw Cummins notch up its second win with Yallunda Flat and Tumby Bay having their first.

Cummins def Yeelanna 23-7

Cummins dominated the first round of singles leading nine sets to one with Sally Kunze for Yeelanna winning her single in a tight five-game match against Kim Wright.

Cummins continued this in the doubles finishing with four sets to one.

Yeelanna won three matches in the reverse singles and Cummins seven.

Cummins’ Terry Sampson won a five-game match against Jordan Secker.

The tiered doubles were close with Cummins taking three sets to Yeelanna’s two.

Yallunda Flat def Wanilla 20-10

The first round of singles was close with Yallunda Flat taking a slight lead, six sets to four.

Lisa Fitzgerald went down to Leanne O’Connor from Wanilla in a five-set match.

Yallunda Flat took out the first round of doubles three to two.

Yallunda Flat proved stronger in the second round of singles winning seven matches of the 10.

The tiered doubles had three five-game matches with Wanilla’s Rob McFarlane and Heather Pope winning their only double in five against Andrew Cabot and Luke Nettle.

Lorraine Dunn, Carmel Sheehan and Jared Bates won all four of their matches for Yallunda Flat while Kevin Mann was Wanilla’s best winning two singles and a double.

Tumby Bay def Karkoo 14-10

This game was played with eight players and Tumby Bay lead after the first round of singles five sets to three.

Tumby Bay’s Mike Bradford had a close five-game match winning in the fifth, 14 to 12 over Malcolm Hancock for Karkoo.

Karkoo also won a five game set with Leon Hurrell defeating Max Williams.

The lead did not change after the doubles with teams winning two matches each.

Tumby Bay increased their lead after the second round of singles, five to three.

Match of this round was Karkoo’s Vicki Mundy winning in five over Marc Haning.

The tiered doubles were again tied up at two sets each.