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LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
A GRADE. —Balmacewen v. University.—
The match Balmacewen v. University was played at Anderson Bay, and resulted in a win for the former. The following are the scores, the names of Balmacewen players being given first:
Men’s Double,.—S. N. Brown and Osborne 9. Laurensou and Jenkins 8; R. S. Brown and Cramond 9. Salmond and Paterson 8.
Ladies’ Doubles.—Misses Cramond and Lockhart 6. Misses Hart and Borne 2; Mrs Wellsted and Miss Scott o. Misses Ongly and Woodhouse 6. Men’s Singles.—R. S. Brown 4, Lnurcnson 9: S. N. Brown 9, Jenkins 8; N. Cramond 2, Salmond 9; G. Osborne 3, Paterson 9.
Ladies’ Singles.—Miss Cramond 6, Miss Hart 0: Miss Lockhart 6, Miss Borrie 2. Combined Doubles.—R. S. Brown and Miss Cramond 9, Laurenson and Miss Hart 3; S. N. Brown and Miss Lockhart 9, Jenkins and Miss Borrie 3; N. Cramond and Mrs Wellsted 9, Salmond and Miss Ongly 4; G. Osborne and Miss Scott 6, Paterson and Miss Woodhouse 9.
—St. Kilda v. Anderson Bay.— The match St Kilda v. Anderson Bay resulted in an easy win for the former. The following are the scores, the names of the St. Kilda players being given first:
Men’s Doubles.—Simpson and Hart 9, Meek and Fenwick 7; Tregear and Robertson 9, Duthie and Walker 6. Ladies’ Doubles.—Misses Faulks and Hodges 6, Misses Whyte and M’Caw 5; Misses M’Kenzie and E. Smith 6, Misses D. Duthie and Smart 4.
Men’s Singles.—Simpson 9, Meek 7; Hart 9, Duthie 4; Tregear 9, Walker 4; Robertson 8, Fenwick 9. Ladies’ Singles.—Miss Faulks 6, Miss WTiyte 4; Miss Hodges 6, Miss M‘Caw 4. Combined Doubles.—Simpson and Miss Faulks 9, Meek and Miss M‘Caw 6; Hart and Miss Hodges 9, Fenwick and Miss Whyte 1; Tregear and Miss MTvenzie 15, Duthie and Miss D. Duthie 9; Robertson .and Miss E. Smith 9, Walker and Miss Smart 5.
Totals : St. Kilda, 12 sets (109 games); Anderson Bay, 2 sets (75 games). —Alcana v. Roslyn.—
The match Moana v. Roslyn was played on the Moana courts, and resulted in an easy win for the former. The following are* the scores, the names of tho Moana players being given first; Men’s Doubles.—A. and G. Nicoison 9, Al'Dougall and Black 8; Harraway and Slater 9, Powell and Lousley 6. Ladies’ Doubles.—Misses Campbell and Wood 6, Mrs Black and Miss Macaulay 3; Misses Bagley and Stephens 6, Misses Duncan and Wheeler 1.
Men’s Singles.—Harraway 3, M’Dougall 9; A. Nicoison 2, Black 9; G. Nicoison 9, Powell 0; Slater 9, Lousley 3. Ladies’ Singles.—Miss Campbell 6, Miss Macaulay 0,- Miss Bagley 6, Miss Duncan 0.
Combined Doubles.—Harraway and Miss Campbell 9, M’Dougall and Mrs Black 6; A. Nicoison and Miss Bagley 4, Black and Miss Macaulay 9; G. Nicoison and Miss Stephens 9, Powell and Miss Duncan 6; Slater and Miss Wood 9, Lousley and Miss Wheeler 8.
Totals; Moana, 11 sets (96 games) Roslyn, 3 sets (68 games).
B GRADE. Kaituna No. 1 v. Roslyn (played at Kaituna).- Kaituna, 15 sets (112 games!; Roslyn, 1 set (59 games). Kaituna No. 2 v. Cosy Dell No. 2 (played at Cosy Dell). —Kaituna, 9 sets (100 games); Cosy Dell, 5 sets (77 games!. Moana No. 2 v. St. Kilda (played at St. Kilda).—-Moana, 11 sets (102 games); St. Kilda, 5 rots (63 games). Kaikorai v. Anderson Bay (played at Kaikorai). —Kaikorai, 7 sets (89 games); Anderson Bay, 7 sets (80 games).
LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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