West Melton prove hard to beat on the court

Tai Tapu's Helen Mills looks to finish a rally. Photo: Karen Casey.
Tai Tapu's Helen Mills looks to finish a rally. Photo: Karen Casey.
West Melton's positive start to the Canterbury Country tennis season continued with a 15-5 win over Kirwee-Springston to start round two on Saturday.

West Melton have already grabbed the early spoils this year during round one of the Combined Country tennis competition in which they won the Ian Jones Trophy.

On Saturday, West Melton won the contest in Kirwee 11 matches to five and dominated the singles match-ups, winning six out of the eight contests.

In the other two fixtures, Rolleston-Killinchy and Tai Tapu were locked at eight wins each with Tai Tapu winning by three games at Rolleston.

Prebbleton-Lincoln easily accounted for Fernside 16-0 at Fernside.

 

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