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LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
SATURDAY’S PLAY. A GRADE. —Balmavewen v. Anderson Bay— The above match Kc.nlted in an easy win for Balmacewen. The following are the scores, the names of the Baliuaccwen players being given first: Men’s Doubles. —R. S. Blown and M’Korrow 9. Meek and Fenwick 5; S. X. Brown and Cramond 9, Duthio and Walker 5. Ladies’ Doubles. -Misses White and Smart 1 ; Misses Turner and Lockhart 6, Misses Small and Abercrombie 4. Men’s Singles.—R. S. Brown 9, Meek 1; S, N. Brown 9. Fenwick 6; A. B. M’Kerrow 8, Duthio 9; N. Cramond 9, Walke-r 3. Ladies’ Singles.—Miss Cramond 6, Miss Whyte 2; Miss Fletcher 6, Miss Smait 4. Combined Doubles.—lt. S. Brown and Miss Cramond 9, Meek and Miss Smait 5; S. N. Brown and Miss Turner 9, Fenwick and Miss Whyte 3; A. B. MTverrow and Miss Fletcher 9. liuthi-e and Miss Small 5; N. Cramond and Miso Lockhart 9, Walker and Miss Abercrombie 8. Totals; Balmaeevvcn, 15 sets (115 games); Anderson Bay, 1 set (57 games). -—Kahuna, v. Roslyn.— In this match, played at Anderson Bay, victory rested with the. former. The following are the scores, the names of tho Kaituna players appearing first: Men’s Doubles.—Bray and Wilkie 9, M’Dougall and Black 5; Oxford an d Nicoison 9, Lousier-ami Paterson 0. Ladies’ Don files.—Misses Mmks and White 6, Miss Macaulw and Airs Black 2; M isses Black and Loos 6. Misses Duncan and Wheeler 4. Men’s Singles —Bray 2. M'Dougall 9; Wilkie 9, Black 3; Oxford 9, Lous ley 2; Nieolson 9, Paterson 5. Ladies’ Singles.—Miss .Marks 6. Miss 3ln can lev 2; Miss White 6, Miss Duncan 1. Combined Doubles.—Bray and Miss WTiite 9, M’Dougall and Mrs Black 3; Wilkie and Miss Marks 9. Black and Miss Macauley 3; Oxford and Miss Black 9. Lousley and Mis? Duncan 5; Nieolson and Mits Lees 9, Paterson and Miss Wheeler 4. Total; Kaituna. 13 sets (107 games); Roslyn, 1 set (44 games). —Mo,ir,a v. St. Hilda.— The. match Moana v. St. Kilda was won by the former by 9 sets to 4. Ono set was not played owing to darkness setting in "The following are tho scores, the names of tho Moana players being mentioned first: Men’s Doublee.—A. and G. Nieolson 9, Simpson and Hart 8; Harr away and Lewis 9 ; Tre gear and Robertson 7. Ladies’ Doubles. —Misses Campbell and Wood 6. .Misses Faulks and Hodges 2; Misses Bigley and Smith 6, Misses Cole and Gore 2. Men’s Singles.—Harraway 5, Simpson 9; A. Nieolson 4. Hart 9; G. Nieolson 4, Xrcgear 9; Louis 0, Robertson 7. Ladies’ Singles.—Miss Campbell 6, Mbs Faulks 1; Miss Bagiev 6, Miss Hodges 0. Combined Doubles. —Harraway and Miss Campbell 9, Si in peon and Miss Faulks 5; G, Nieolson and Miss Smith 5, Tregear and Miss Hodges 9; Lewis and Miss Wood 9, Robertson and Miss Gore 3. Totals; Moana, 9 sets (87 games) ; St. Kilda, 4 sots (71 games). B GRADE. Kaituna No. 2, 11 sets (101 games) defeated Moana 3 sets (66 games). Arthur Street No. 1, 12 sets (108 games) ; Roslyn, 2 sets (72 games). Cavorsham,’ 8 sets (93 games); Anderson Bay, 6 sets (89 games). Kaituna No. 1, 15 rets (109 games); St. Hilda, 1 set (59 games). Cosy Dell, 8 sets (87 games); BaJmaccweu, 6 sets 188 games). North-east Valley, 8 sets (95 games); Kaikorai, 6 sets (75 games). .Moana, 10 sots (94 games); Hanraro, 4 'etc. (79 games). C GRADE. Ravensbourne 11 sets (108 games) defeated Hanover 5 sets (58 games). Cosv Dell, 9 sets (86 games) ; Hanraro, 5 rets (34 games). North-east Valley. 9 .sets (ICO games); Arthur Street, 5 eels (79 games). St. Kilda, 4 sets (102 game?) ; Green Island, 4 sets (67 games).
LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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