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LAWN TENNIS.

AUCKLAND LAWN TENUIS CLUB ■MATCHES. Men's Championship Singles (best ol three sets).—Rev. Black beat A. T. Coppard, 6—o, 0—0; D. K. Porter beat W. F. Whyte, 6—2, o—s; H. A. Milnes beat H. G. Palethorpe, β-l, 6—l; D. K. Porter beat H. A. Mllnes, 3—6, 6—3, B—6; Rer. Black beat Arkell, 6—o, 6—2; D. K. Porter beat H. Snelling, 3—B, o—4, 6—3. The play throughout haa been of an Interesting nature. Martin meets Hudson, the winner to play Black, and the winner of this will meet Porter in the final.

Men's Handicap Singles (beet of 21 ganiee).—Martin, owe 3-G.15 lost to Whyte, owe 15.2-C, by 11—8; Black beat Dr. Hertz, 11—10; Mines beat Snelllng, both owe 15.3-6, by 11—10; Coppard, owe 1-6.13, beat Arkell, scratch, 11—8; Mayne, owe 1-0.15, bent Allen, receive 15, by 11—9; Palethorpe, owe 16.3-6, beat Kowe. owe 3-6.15, by 11—5. Second round: Whyte, owe 15.2-6, beat Porter, owe 30, by 11—8; Black, owe 15.3-0, beat Mllnes, owe 15.3-6, by 11—5. Third round: Whyte, owe 10.2-0, beat A. J. Black, owe 15.3-6, by 11—1). Whyte. who Is In great form tills season, will play off lor the final with the winners of Ooppanl V. Mayne, and Palethorpe v. Hudson.

Men's Doubles (best of 2tl games).— Mackle and Porter, owe 15.3-6, beat l'alethorpe and Rowe, owe 30.2-0, by 11—5; Allen and Whyve. owe 2-6.15, beat Keesing and Jowitt, owe 15.1-6, by 11—4; Black and Arkell, owe 30.3-6, beat Mllnes and Chilwell, owe 15.1-0, by 11—4; Allen and Whyte, owe 2-6.15, beat Snelling and Coppard, owe 30.4-0, by 11—4. Porter and Mnckie met Whyte and Allen in the final, and won one set seach, when it was decided to postpone the match owing to the very bad light. The match was eventually played off, but Whyte and Allen proved rather too solid for Porter aud Mackle, who were handicapped rather too severely for the strong opposition, Whyte and Allen winning by 6—5, 4—o, 3—o.

Combined Doubles (best of 21 games).— Coppard and Miss Jowitt, receive 3-G.15, beat Chilwell and Miss Mace, receive 2-0.13, by 11—10; Porter and Mrs Palethorne, owe 30.2-6, beat Mllnes and Mrs Jowitt, owe 15, by 11—7; Snelllng and Miss W. Woodroffe, owe 15.4-G, beat Keesing and Mile. Coche, owe 15.1-6, by 11—8; Whyte and Mrs Herz. owe 15.1-0, beat Martin and Miss Goldie, owe 2-6.15, by 11—7; Suelling and Miss W. Woodroffe, owe 2-6.1."), beat Coppard and Miss Jowitt, receive 3-6.15, by 11—8. Several matches have yet to be played oil, the winners to play off with Miss W. Woodroffo and Snelllng for the final.

Ladies' Handicap Singles (best of 17 irames). —Miss Woodroffe, owe 40, beat Mies Goldie, owe 3-0.15, by 9 games to 4; Mrs P. S. Allen, owe 15.4-6. beat Miss Willnmson, one 15.3-6, by o—i;0 — i; Mrs Palethorpe, owe 15.3-6, beat Mrs Herz, owe 2-6.15. by &—6; Mrs Allen beat Miss Woodroffe, by 9—7, and will play off for the final against tlie winner of Mrs I'aletliorpe, Mrs Jowitt. and Miss Mace.

Ladles' Handicap Doubles (host of 17 games).—Miss Woodroffe and Miss Williamson, owe 15.4-6, beat Miss Buttere and Mrs Herz, owe 15.1-6, by 0 games to 0. This is the only match played In this event, and as the evenings are becoming short, players are requested to get off as many matches as possible during this month.

Championship Singles.—First round: Martin beat Hudson', 5—6, β-l, 6—l.

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LAWN TENNIS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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