52 – Summer 2011 – SUPER 8’S RESULTS & WRAP

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Pennant 1

1st Qualifying Final
1 V 4 D Chambers 11 11 12
N Rodrigues 7 5 10
1st Elimination Final
5 V 8 J Tung 11 11 8 9 11
S Foreman 3 8 11 11 2
2nd Elimination Final
6 V 7 J Dorman 14 11 2 11
G ONeill 12 9 11 6
2nd Qualifying Final
2 V 3 W Carmichael 12 12 11
M Dorman 10 10 8
Elim Decider
7 V 8 S Foreman 6 7 11 9
G ONeill 11 11 5 11
1st Semi Final
N Rodrigues 11 11 13
J Tung 8 6 11
2nd Semi Final
J Dorman 9 10 7
M Dorman 11 12 11
1st Preliminary Final
D Chambers 11 11 11
M Dorman 7 1 9
2nd Preliminary Final
N Rodrigues 9 11 11 11
W Carmichael 11 4 4 5
Grand Final
D Chambers 11 13 11
N Rodrigues 7 11 6

 

 

Pennant 2
1st Qualifying Final
1 V 4 A Paar 11 11 11
S Fuat 3 3 9
1st Elimination Final
5 V 8 R Chiswell 11 7 11 11
D Balshaw 6 11 9 9
2nd Elimination Final
6 V 7 L Brown 11 8 11 8 8
L Plummer 8 11 6 11 11
2nd Qualifying Final
2 V 3 S Sefer 4 6 11 11 11
M Burns 11 11 9 8 3
Elim Decider
7 V 8 D Balshaw 13 11 11 11
L Brown 11 5 9 6
1st Semi Final
S Fuat 7 9 11 11 11
R Chiswell 11 11 8 5 7
2nd Semi Final
L Plummer 8 11 13 3 11
M Burns 11 9 11 11 9
1st Preliminary Final
A Parr 11 6 7 11 10
L Plummer 3 11 11 6 12
2nd Preliminary Final
S Fuat 11 4 11 11 12
S Sefer 6 11 9 13 10
Grand Final
L Plummer 11 6 7 7
S Fuat 8 11 11 11

 

 

Pennant 3
1st Qualifying Final
1 V 4 M Kerr 11 11 12 8 5
C Moore 9 6 14 11 11
1st Elimination Final
5 V 8 K Sullivan 10 12 11 11
K Leach 12 10 8 4
2nd Elimination Final
6 V 7 P Fitzpatrick 11 11 7 11
B Fitzpatrick 7 9 11 8
2nd Qualifying Final
2 V 3 G Hughes 9 11 8 11 8
N Dorman 11 7 11 7 11
Elim Decider
7 V 8 K Leach 10 4 6
B Fitzpatrick 12 11 11
1st Semi Final
M Kerr 11 11 5 11
K Sullivan 7 9 11 8
2nd Semi Final
P Fitzpatrick 11 11 11
G Hughes 8 6 9
1st Preliminary Final
C Moore 8 5 8
P Fitzpatrick 11 11 11
2nd Preliminary Final
M Kerr 12 5 11 6
N Dorman 10 11 13 11
Grand Final
P Fitzpatrick 9 11 11 7 5
N Dorman 11 8 4 11 11

 

 

Pennant 4

1st Qualifying Final
1 V 4 M Bacon 11 6 11 11 8
Sam Hensgen 3 11 9 13 11
1st Elimination Final
5 V 8 Ryan Hensgen 11 11 11
S Whitecross 6 7 7
2nd Elimination Final
6 V 7 Paul Fitzpatrick 11 11 9 12
Ben Hosking 2 7 11 10
2nd Qualifying Final
2 V 3 L Kelly 11 10 11 11
L Dunkley 8 12 9 5
Elim Decider
7 V 8 S Whitecross 3 9 7
Ben Hosking 11 11 11
1st Semi Final
M Bacon 8 9 10
Ryan Hensgen 11 11 12
2nd Semi Final
Paul Fitzpatrick 7 5 1
L Dunkley 11 11 11
1st Preliminary Final
Sam Hensgen 11 5 14 7 10
L Dunkley 7 11 12 11 12
2nd Preliminary Final
Ryan Hensgen 12 11 6 7
L Kelly 10 13 11 11
Grand Final
L Dunkley 7 11 12 11
L Kelly 11 7 10 9

PENNANT THREE

Runaway Pennant Three aggregate leader Mark Kerr could not maintain his dominance in the 2011 Summer Pennant Super Eights.  Kerr was unusually out of touch, being beaten twice in his three games to be eliminated in the second Preliminary Final by ultimate winner Nicholas Dorman.  Kerr’s night started badly with a five set loss to Colin Moore.  After trailing two sets to love, Moore charged back into the match taking the third and fourth sets 14-12, 11-8, and then with the momentum took the fifth 11-5.  Kerr next played Karina Sullivan, and in a repeat of their matches so far in the home and away games, defeated her in four sets.  But he was no match for Dorman.  After taking the first 12-10, Kerr could not match Dorman’s big hitting and lost the next three 5-11, 11-13, 6-11.  Number two on the aggregate, Gary Hughes had a similar fate, being bundled out after only two matches, losing a tight five setter to Dorman after sets alternated, and for Dorman to take the last 11-8.  Hughes then came up against Peter Fitzpatrick.  Fitzpatrick wasted no time and dismissed Hughes in three sets.  By virtue of his victory over Mark Kerr in the First Round, Colin Moore went straight into the First Preliminary Final where he too met Peter Fitzpatrick.  Fitzpatrick was playing his third match, having defeated his daughter Bernadette in four sets in his first match, then Gary Hughes.  Once again, Fitzpatrick wasted no time, and gave Moore few chances in his 11-8, 11-5, 11-8 victory.  This then set the scene for the Grand Final between Dorman and Fitzpatrick.  It was a tense affair, a match which went to five sets, but Fitzpatrick was always on the back foot coping with Dorman’s cracking forehand drives.  He kept himself in the match, though, with spin serves and ball placement around the table.  Dorman worked him out though, and took the match 11-9, 8-11, 4-11, 11-7, 11-5 in a well-deserved win.  Dorman finished third in the aggregate, one game behind second placed Gary Hughes, and had he played the first two rounds, would probably have been placed higher.  Another talented junior

PENNANT FOUR

As in Pennant Three, the aggregate ladder leader did not fare at all well in the 2011 Super Eights competition.  Mick Bacon won 24 from a possible 27 games during the weekly rounds to stamp himself as the player to beat.  However, he was bundled out after only two games when it came to the Super Eights, firstly losing to aggregate number four Sam Hensgen in five sets, and immediately after to Sam’s brother and aggregate number five Ryan Hensgen in a mere three sets.  Number two on the ladder Lachlan Kelly progressed to the Grand Final with wins over Leonie Dunkley in the first round (four sets), and against Ryan Hensgen also in four sets in the second Preliminary Final.  The Hensgen brothers had a good night, both making the Preliminary Finals stage; as stated Sam firstly defeated Mick Bacon and so went straight to the Preliminary Final where he met up with Leonie Dunkley on her way back up through the field (more of that in a minute).  Brother Ryan first beat number eight Shirley Whitecross, then disposed of number one Mick Bacon to give himself a game in the other Preliminary Final against Lachlan Kelly.  The first two sets of this match were very close, Hensgen winning the first 12-10, and Kelly the second 13-11.  Kelly was too consistent though, and took the final two sets 11-6, 11-7.  Leonie Dunkley finished third on the aggregate ladder after an even season winning 21 games from a possible 30.  Her never-give-up philosophy was to pay dividends in this competition.  She lost in the first round to number two Lachlan Kelly in four sets, and so she knew that if she was to be a chance she had to win every game from then on.  Her next game was against team-mate Paul Fitzpatrick, and she wasted no time in beating Paul in three sets.  Threading her way back up through the field, she then played giant killer Sam Hensgen (or at least Mick Bacon killer !) in the Preliminary Final.  In a tough match that went to five sets, Leonie took the honours with a 12-10 scoreline in the fifth.  That put her into the Grand Final … and who did she have to play?  None other than her opponent from the first round Lachlan Kelly !  Leonie was better prepared this time, and after dropping the first set, powered home to beat Lachlan 7-11, 11-7, 12-10, 11-9 to become the Pennant Four Super Eights Champion for 2011.

 

 

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