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TENNIS At PETONE

_ A team of sis men and six women from Brougham Hill Club visited Petbne.to play a friendly game -with the members of the Petone Central Tennis Club. Weather conditions were, ideal, and during -'the' after-noon-tea adjournment, P. W. West, captain of'the- Brougham Hill team, expressed his.appreciation, on behalf of his team, of the reception they had been given,'and how thoroughly enjoyable the outing had been. He hoped that a return- match would be played in the-near future. Although Brougham Hill won the match by two sets, there was a difference of only'one game. ... . ; ■' j rßesults, Petone players mentioned first: Men's Singles.—J. Charters beat A. D. Long, 9-2; D. Livingstone beat P. Pears, 9-2; J, Shand lost to V. Dixon, 5-9; R. Curtis beat P..W. West, 4-9; M. Jamieson lost to H. F. McLean, 9-6; J. Macdbnald beat E. Boniface, 9-5. ■"■";■■

Women's Singles.—Mrs. Norman lost to Miss Maslen, 5-9, Mrs. Smith lost to Miss Evertbn, 7-9; Miss Taylor lost to Miss Willis, 3-9; Miss Croucher lost to Misa Pears, 5-0; Miss Webster beat Miss Fagg, 9-4; Miss Allison lost to Miss Booth, 3-9.' Men's -Doubles.—Charters and . Livingstone beat Long and Pears, 9-4; Shand and McDonald beat Dixon arid McLaren, 9-3;' Jamieson and Curtis lost to West and Boniface, 8-9. .. .. , ■ , Women's Doubles.—Mrs. ITorman and Mrs." Smith lost to Misses Mhsleii and Everton, 3-9; Misses-Taylor ,and Webster lost to Misses Willis and' Pears, 5-9; Misses Cro«eher and Allison beat Misses Fagg and Booth, 9-8. ■'.'-. ■■■■■■ -.-. •

Mixed Doubles.—Charters and Mrs. Norman beat Long and Miss Maslen. 9-4; Livingstone and MrH. Smith' beat Pears and Miss Willis, 9-7; Shand. and.Mws Croucher lost- to Dixon and Miss Everton, 6-9; Curtis and Miss Taylor lost to McLaren and Miss Pears, 5-9; Jamieson' find Miss. Webster lost to West arid Miss Fagg, 8-9; Macdonald and Miss Allison beat Boniface and Miss Booth, 8-5.

Brougham Hill, 13 sets. 167 games; Petone Central, 11 sets, 166 games.

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TENNIS At PETONE, Evening Post, Volume CXIX, Issue 46, 23 February 1935

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TENNIS At PETONE Evening Post, Volume CXIX, Issue 46, 23 February 1935

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