41 – Summer 2011 – Round 2 Wrap

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Sunraysia Table Tennis Pennant results round 2: –
PENNANT ONE:

– Pinnacle Packers Neil Rodrigues, Shane Carmichael 2, Kevin Johns 1) d Fishers IGA 5 (Gavin Carmichael 3, Jackson Tung 1);

Sunraysia Daily 6 (Mark Dorman, John Gray 2, Sam Foreman 1) d Mallee Bearings 5 (Wayne Carmichael 3, Damien Ford 1);

Max Miller Carpets 8 (Dillon Chambers 3, Gavin Minter 2, Daniel Jansen 1) d Weightmans Packaging 3 (Andrew Cannard 2, Joel Dorman 1)
PENNANT TWO:

– Pinnacle Packers 6 (Arthur Paar 3, David Balshaw 2, Leon Brown 1) d Mallee Bearings 5 (Seval Fuat 2, Mathew Burns 1);

Tankard Dental 6 (Henry Hornsby, Abraham McDonnell 2, Sony Sefer 1) d Max Miller Carpets 5 (Ashley Morrison 3, Sam McDonnell 1);

Spanline 9 (Nick Barlow 3, Tom Murphy, Arnold Jago 2) d Fishers IGA 2 (Jackson Murphy 2)
PENNANT THREE:

– Max Miller Carpets 9 (Damen Southgate 3, Gary Hughes, Karina Sullivan 2) d Weightmans Packaging 2 (Peter Fitzpatrick 2);

Sunraysia Daily 7 (Mark Kerr 3, Karly Leach 2) d Mallee Bearings 4 (Colin Moore 2, Delaney Murphy, Duncan Kelly 1);

Pinnacle Packers 8 (Bernadette Fitzpatrick 3, Mary Fitzpatrick, Peter Kelly 2) d Fishers IGA 3 (Brian Hosking 2)
PENNANT FOUR:

– Bishop Builders 7 (Leonie Dunkley 3, Paul Fitzpatrick 2) d Max Miller Carpets 4 (Ian Kelly 2, Sam Hensgen, Gabriel McDonnell 1);

Fishers IGA 6 (Mick Bacon 3); Mallee Bearings 5 (Lachlan Kelly 3, Ryan Hensgen, Ben Hosking 1)

PENNANT ONE

After two rounds of the Sunraysia Table tennis summer pennant Max Miller Carpets have already shown they will be a force to be reckoned with in pennant one. Along with Pinnacle Packers they have won their first two matches however it has been the way the Carpeters have disposed of their opposition which has them as the early standout team.

WEIGHTMANS PACKAGING vs. MAX MILLER CARPETS

p1Dillon Chambers as expected again won three singles in his team’s 8-3 victory over Weightmans Packaging; however it has been the form of Gavin Minter which has caused havoc for the opposition as they directed their attention to Chambers. Minter had a reasonably quiet winter pennant and his start to this pennant has been excellent winning two singles on each occasion. In addition he has teamed up with Chambers in both rounds to win the important first doubles.

Weightmans Packaging started well and were in the contest when the score stood at three rubbers all however they were unable to trouble the scorers any further as Max Miller Carpets rattled off the next five rubbers to finish strongly. The very last game of the night was a highlight and a lengthy five setter as Carpeter Daniel Jansen outlasted Lee Thomas to win 11-6 9-11 11-8 6-11 12-10 in a battle of concentration.

SUNRAYSIA DAILY vs. MALLEE BEARINGS

p1Sunraysia Daily recorded their first win of the season when they recovered from a 1-4 deficit against Mallee Bearings to win 6-5 after also later trailing 4-5 with two rubbers to play. Fill in John Gray for the Daily played a key role in the victory winning two singles including a five set slog over Ed Hung 13-11 11-9 3-11 10-12 12-10. He also teamed up with Mark Dorman to win the second doubles to cap off a successful night. Dorman also won two singles and was shaping up to win his third as he took the first two games against Wayne Carmichael. Under pressure Carmichael responded and recovered to record his third singles of the night winning a titanic struggle 7-11 13-15 11-8 11-4 11-8. The victory by Carmichael was to be his teams last as Sunraysia Daily rallied to win the final two rubbers to take a narrow victory.

PINNACLE PACKERS vs. FISHERS IGA

In another close encounter Pinnacle Packers won their second match in as many rounds when they defeated Fishers IGA 6-5. Early in the match the Packers led 3-1 and then Fishers worked hard to lead 5-4 late before the Packers proved too steady to recover and take the match. Amazingly Fishers won twenty six games while the victors only won nineteen but it was the ability of the Packers to win all five five setters which enabled them to succeed on the night. Three of these five setters were decided by a score line of 11-9 in the fifth which indicated the evenness of the contest.p1The first of these was a game effort by Fishers Jackson Tung who played extremely well against leading player Neil Rodrigues only to falter late in the fifth when he served three faults in succession. In an entertaining match Rodrigues won 7-11 11-2 11-9 9-11 11-9. In the very next match Rodrigues teamed with fill in Shane Carmichael to defeat Tung and Gavin Carmichael 4-11 11-7 11-4 2-11 11-9 another of the close five setters. Shane Carmichael played a major role in the Packers victory winning two singles along with this doubles. With his team trailing 4-5 Carmichael levelled the score line when he defeated Jackson Tung 7-11 11-6 11-6 5-11 11-9 in yet another five setter. Carmichael’s team mate Kevin Johns then outlasted Peter Bishop to enable Pinnacle Packers to gain a hard fought victory and take second place on the ladder.

 

PENNANT TWO

Two 6-5 victories and a 9-2 result now leave three teams with two victories and three teams still to breakthrough for a win in pennant two.

FISHERS IGA vs. SPANLINE

p1Courtesy of a big 9-2 victory over Fishers IGA , Spanline sit at the head of the pennant two ladder due to a  healthy percentage. Spanline number two Nick Barlow showed excellent form to win three singles, two in straight sets over Jackson Murphy and junior fill in Nicholas Dorman. In the last match of the night Barlow dispatched of in form Robert Chiswell in four sets. To cap off a very successful night Barlow teamed with skipper Arnold Jago to win the first doubles in straight sets over Chiswell and Jackson Murphy. Barlow’s team mates Jago and Tom Murphy also played well to win two singles each in the commanding victory.

The second doubles was a real highlight match as Murphy T and Jago paired up to defeat Robert Chiswell and Nicholas Dorman in a real arm wrestle 11-13 14-12 10-12 11-3 11-8.

 

MALLEE BEARINGS vs. PINNACLE PACKERS

p1Despite losing both doubles Pinnacle Packers were able to win enough singles to take the points 6-5 over the hardworking Mallee Bearings. Skipper Arthur Paar for the second week in a row won three singles including an interesting score line of 11-8 11-6 19-17 against winter team mate Matt Burns. Paar is now the only undefeated player after two rounds and is one victory ahead of Jackson Murphy and Nick Barlow in the singles aggregate race. Paar’s team mates David Balshaw and Leon Brown played their role as well winning two and one singles respectively. Balshaw won his second singles when the scores were locked at five rubbers all against the promising Alex Keegan.

After being unavailable last week Mallee Bearings skipper Seval Fuat started this season solidly winning two singles as well as participating in both doubles victories. In the first doubles he combined with Matt Burns to win a lengthy 5 setter 11-5 11-5 11-13 8-11 11-8 against David Balshaw and Leon Brown.

 

MAX MILLER CARPETS vs. TANKARD DENTAL

p1Tankard Dental recovered from the jaws of defeat to extract an impressive 6-5 win over Max Miller Carpets. After Abraham McDonnell for Tankard Dental impressively defeated Laurie Plummer in four sets in the first rubber the Carpeters rattled off four victories in succession to take the match by the scruff of the neck. Included in these was a lengthy five setter won by Carpeter’s skipper Ash Morrison over Abraham McDonnell 13-15 11-6 11-5 7-11 12-10. Morrison went on to win three singles however it wasn’t to be for his team as they could not maintain their momentum despite later leading 5-4.

Tankard’s were impressive late in the match as Abraham McDonnell accounted for brother Sam 11-7 7-11 12-10 11-9 to level the scores at five all. At this point Henry Hornsby was to play an outstanding match defeating Laurie Plummer 11-6 11-9 11-7 in the final rubber to enable Tankard Dental to pick up their second win of the season. Hornsby  played a key role in the victory winning two singles and teaming with skipper Sony Sefer to help win the second doubles against Ash Morrison and Laurie Plummer 11-6 2-11 11-4 11-8.

 

 

PENNANT THREE

Round two of the Summer Pennant Three saw the three matches decided decisively in favour of the victors.  The closest match was Sunraysia Daily’s victory over Mallee Bearings 7-4.  The other two matches were 8-3 and 9-2.

MALLEE BEARINGS vs. SUNRAYSIA DAILY

p2Sunraysia Daily trio Mark Kerr, Sabrina Fitzpatrick and Karly Leach had a good tussle with Mallee Bearings (Colin Moore, Duncan Kelly and Delaney Murphy) early on.  After six rubbers the score was 3-3, but then the Dailies kicked away to have the match wrapped up after the ninth rubber was played.  Only Mark Kerr (3) and Karly Leach (2) won singles, and the Dailies won both doubles to give them their seven rubbers.  The first doubles between Mark Kerr-Sabrina Fitzpatrick and Colin Moore-Delaney Murphy (and the only rubber to do so) went to five sets.  The Mallee Bearings combination put up a good fight before losing 11-5, 5-11, 4-11, 14-12, 10-12.

Moore and Duncan Kelly took the first set against Kerr and Leach in the second doubles, only to lose in four 11-9, 7-11, 9-11, 5-11.  Mark Kerr continued his return to form in the singles defeating Delaney Murphy in three sets, with the third going to 15-13.  He easily accounted for Duncan Kelly in three, and only dropped one set to Colin Moore before winning 12-14, 11-9, 11-9, 11-9 a match of high concentration and patience .  Karly Leach had a slow start, losing to Colin Moore in four sets, before coming back strongly to defeat Delaney in four sets and Duncan in three.  Her match against Duncan, although only three sets, was a spirited effort from Duncan, the score line to Karly being 11-8, 13-11, 11-6.

 

FISHERS IGA vs. PINNACLE PACKERS

p2Pinnacle Packers (Bernadette Fitzpatrick, Peter Kelly and Mary Fitzpatrick) easily accounted for Fishers IGA (Brian Hosking, Paul Avers filling in for Zubair Shahzad, and Rachel Fitzpatrick) 8-3.  The highlight of this match was the three singles to Pinnacle Packers number one Bernadette Fitzpatrick.  She accounted for her sister Rachel in four sets (7-11, 14-12, 11-9, 11-7), Paul Avers in three, and probably the biggest surprise was her defeat of Brian Hosking, who won the recent Pennant Four Winter Aggregate.  That match was also only three sets.  Brian did get some small revenge however, taking one of the doubles (with Rachel Fitzpatrick) to defeat Bernadette and her sister Mary in four sets 11-9, 11-8, 10-12, 11-5.  Also for the winners, Peter Kelly took two wins (against Paul Avers in three sets, Rachel Fitzpatrick also in three), and Mary Fitzpatrick likewise chimed in with two wins (against Paul Avers again in three sets and her sister Rachel in four sets).  Only Brian Hosking could manage a singles victory, in fact he won two, one against Peter Kelly in three sets and the other against Mary Fitzpatrick also in three.

 

MAX MILLER CARPETS vs. WEIGHTMANS PACKAGING

p2The final match in this pennant saw Max Miller Carpets (Karina Sullivan, Gary Hughes and Damon Southgate) wrap the match up after the seventh rubber, winning 9-2.  Southgate was dominant all night, proving much too good for each of the Weightmans Packaging (Peter Fitzpatrick, Andrew Lewis and Jeremy Corrin) trio.  Having said that, there were a couple of good matches; Weightmans Andrew Lewis will rue his missed opportunities in his five set loss to Karina Sullivan in the opening rubber of the night.  The match went a set about to 2-2, but Sullivan’s consistency got her over the line in the fifth 11-8.

The other match which could have gone Weightmans way, but didn’t, was the second doubles of Sullivan-Southgate and Fitzpatrick-Corrin.  Although the match was by that stage decided, the Weightmans pair put up a spirited fight, losing the first 18-16, before coming back to win the second 11-6.  Weightmans took the fifth set fairly easily 11-6.  So for the winners, Southgate took three, Gary Hughes and captain Karina Sullivan took two each, both these players losing to Peter Fitzpatrick, who by virtue of those wins registered Weightmans only scores of the night.  A good percentage booster for Max Millers, and after their 8-3 win the week before now sit comfortably at the head of the ladder.

 

PENNANT FOUR

Two close matches in this pennant revealed that this will be a hard fought competition. New player from the juniors Lachlan Kelly proved again he will be a force by winning three singles for the second week in succession. Leonie Dunkley also had a good night winning three singles as well as participating in both doubles victories.

MAX MILLER CARPETS vs. BISHOP BUILDERS 

p2Bishop Builders took an early lead of 5-1 against Max Miller Carpets and despite a late charge the Builders were always in control winning 7-4. Skipper Leonie Dunkley led the way continuing her good form with three singles victories. She had her hands full early with fill in Ian Kelly playing his first match. Dunkley narrowly took the first two games before assuming control in the third to win 13-11 16-14 11-4. Kelly acquitted himself well winning two singles for the Carpeters.

Kelly partnered team mate Sam Hensgen in the first doubles and narrowly went down against Leonie Dunkley and the determined Paul Fitzpatrick. This was a real tussle with the Builders pair constructing a well deserved win 11-8 5-11 11-9 8-1 11-8. Dunkley capped off a good night by teaming up with Sandra Southgate to win the second doubles in straight sets against Sam Hensgen and Gabriel McDonnell.

MALLEE BEARINGS vs. FISHERS IGA          

p2In a close fought struggle Fishers IGA won their second match with a 6-5 victory over the hard working Mallee Bearings. The first doubles was a highlight and the difference between the two teams at the end of the night. For Fishers Mick Bacon and Shirley Whitecross combined against Ryan Hensgen and youngster Lachlan Kelly to win a thriller 7-11 11-7 5-11 11-5 12-10.

For the second round in succession Lachlan Kelly played well to win three singles while team mates Ryan Henderson and Ben Hosking won one singles each.

 

Sunraysia Table Tennis Pennant results round 2: –
PENNANT ONE: – Pinnacle Packers Neil Rodrigues, Shane Carmichael 2, Kevin Johns 1) d Fishers IGA 5 (Gavin Carmichael 3, Jackson Tung 1); Sunraysia Daily 6 (Mark Dorman, John Gray 2, Sam Foreman 1) d Mallee Bearings 5 (Wayne Carmichael 3, Damien Ford 1); Max Miller Carpets 8 (Dillon Chambers 3, Gavin Minter 2, Daniel Jansen 1) d Weightmans Packaging 3 (Andrew Cannard 2, Joel Dorman 1)
PENNANT TWO: – Pinnacle Packers 6 (Arthur Paar 3, David Balshaw 2, Leon Brown 1) d Mallee Bearings 5 (Seval Fuat 2, Mathew Burns 1); Tankard Dental 6 (Henry Hornsby, Abraham McDonnell 2, Sony Sefer 1) d Max Miller Carpets 5 (Ashley Morrison 3, Sam McDonnell 1); Spanline 9 (Nick Barlow 3, Tom Murphy, Arnold Jago 2) d Fishers IGA 2 (Jackson Murphy 2)
PENNANT THREE: – Max Miller Carpets 9 (Damen Southgate 3, Gary Hughes, Karina Sullivan 2) d Weightmans Packaging 2 (Peter Fitzpatrick 2); Sunraysia Daily 7 (Mark Kerr 3, Karly Leach 2) d Mallee Bearings 4 (Colin Moore 2, Delaney Murphy, Duncan Kelly 1); Pinnacle Packers 8 (Bernadette Fitzpatrick 3, Mary Fitzpatrick, Peter Kelly 2) d Fishers IGA 3 (Brian Hosking 2)
PENNANT FOUR: – Bishop Builders 7 (Leonie Dunkley 3, Paul Fitzpatrick 2) d Max Miller Carpets 4 (Ian Kelly 2, Sam Hensgen, Gabriel McDonnell 1); Fishers IGA 6 (Mick Bacon 4); Mallee Bearings 5 (Lachlan Kelly 3, Ryan Hensgen, Ben Hosking 1)

 

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