AKAROA (162) v. LITTLE
On Saturday a pleasant match was played on the _Akftroa courts between Little Akaloa and Akaroa clubs, resulting in n win for Akaroa by 182 gameo to 146. Unfortunately there was a high wind prevailing all day, which helped to bring about a number of " flukes," but considering everything the play was very even as the scores indicate., In tbe afternoon a number of spectators came down to witness tbe games, and there was a big master at the pavilion for after noon tea. The two teams had luncheon at the Madeira Hotel. At tho conclusion of the match Mr V. Craw thanked the Akaroa club for* the way ia whioh they had entertained them. He said tbat his club hoped to have two asphalt cours down soon, and than they would invite tho Akaroa club to travel over there. Little Akaloft had lost by 16 games, but they/ hoped that with practice on the two, courts they might be able to reverse the result. He called far three cheers for the Akaroa club. After the cheers bad been given, Mr G. Flenning thanked Mr Oraw on behalf of the Akaroa olub for the kind remarks he had made. His club always liked playing with Liitle Akaloa, and the match tbat day had been an exceedingly pleasant one. He hoped the two clubs would meet again soon. He ittlled for three cheers for tbe Little Akaloft Olub, which were given with a will. Tbe following are the results of the games : — Lahies' StNor.ics. Miss C, Narbey (A) beat Misg Shuttle* worth (LA.) 8-1. Ml.s E. Jacobson (\) beat Mis. Darkle (LA.) 6-4 Mil. F Vangioni (A) beat Mrs Achison (L.A.) •--. Mrs Molntoah (L.A.) beat Mian _. Julius (A) 6-5. i Mrs ._ Under. (L.A) beat Miss Louise fj.llevre (A) 0-5. Mil- M. Fergus (A) boat Miss U. Waghorn (L.A) 6-1. Mis. D. Hayward (A) beat Mr. Pawaon (L,4) 6-3. Mm. Smarts. F. W. Symonds (L.A.) bsat G. Henning B, gganoH (A) beat W. Bailey (L.A.)
V, Craw (L.A.) beat A. Gray (A.) 9-2. H. Craw (L.A) beat — Pochin (A.) 9-5 R. Waghorn (L.A.) 9 beat W. Jacobson L. Baylock (A) beat C. Shuttleworth A Uraw (L.A) beat E. J. Hill (A.) 9-1. U Daly (0) beat F. Priest (L,A.) 9—5. Ladies' Doubles; Misses Shuttleworth and Barkle (LA,) beat Misses Narbey and B. Jacobson (A.) Misses F. Vangioni and E, Julius (A.) heat Mrs Aohison and Mrs Mcintosh (LA.) o—o. Misses L. Lelievre and M. Fergus (A) beat Mia Flinders and Miss U, Waghorn (L A.) f — 1 Misees D, Hayward ard S. Lelievre (A) beat Mrs Pawson and Mis 3U. Waghorn (L.A.) o—3. „£__; Men's Doubles. (i Elenning aud E. Don Dell (A.) beat F. \V. Symi>ndH and W Bailey (L. \.) 6-0-A Gray und G. Henning (A ) beat C. and V. 0 aw (I. A.) (5-3. •sbutt'ewjith and H. Craw (L.A.) beat S, Lnliem' and Pochin (A,) 6-0. W. Ja o'json and L. Haylock (A) beat F. Prießt and B Waghorn (L.A. 6 5. F. J Hill and M. Daly (A) beat P. Wag--1 om and A. Craw (L.A.) 6-4. Combined Doubles. Mi3'. Narbey and G. Henning (A) beat Misa Shuttleworth and Symonds (uA.) G—?, Miss E, Jacobson and E. Donnell (A.) bent Miss Barkle and W. Bailey (L.A.) 6-2. Mis; F. Vangioni ard Pochin (A.) beat Mrs .c'lison and C. Craw (L.A.) 0 1. __ as L. Lelievre and A. Gray (A) beat Mrs Molntosb and V. Craw (L.A.) 6—4. Mrs Flinders and P. Waghorn (L.A)beat Misa E. Julius and S. C. Lelievre (A) 6-3. Miss U. Waghorn and H. Craw (L.A) bent Mies Fergus and L. Haylock (A ) 6-4, Totals.—Akaroa 102, Little Akaloa 140.
The Wainui Tennig Club has had to postpone its opening on acconnb of tho strike, as so many members are away as special constables, The Littlo Akaloa Ciub is prevented by the strike from laying down a second asphalt court, as the cement is held up in Lyttelton. The need of a second court i 3 much felt aa the membership of the club is large.
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LAWN TENNIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913
LAWN TENNIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913
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