Matthew Stretch scored a blazing century for the Falcons in Nelson on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Marlborough teams both bag away TPL wins

Both Marlborough Tasman Premier League cricket sides tasted success away from home on Saturday.

The Labour Hire Falcons and Dolphins took on Nelson-based opposition over the hill and came away with victories.

The Falcons accounted for Wakatu by 104 runs while the Dolphins did enough to get the money against WTTU, prevailing by 24 runs.

The Falcons, playing at Nelson’s Victory Square, amassed a formidable total.

On the back of a superb century to skipper Matthew Stretch they reached 294-9 from the 50-over allotment.

Stretch, batting four, took a liking to the Wakatu attack, slamming 123 off just 100 balls, with 11 fours and seven sixes. His side were 47-2 when he strode to the crease, putting together a game-changing 121-run partnership with No 3 batsman Cameron Collins, who scored his first TPL half century, registering 60 from 91 balls.

Stretch fell in the 45th over with his side well-placed at 246-5, the lower order Falcons batsman hitting out to push the score close to the 300 mark. Damien Aitken, 3-40, Campbell McLean, 3-56, and Liam Rowling with 2-66 were the best of the home side’s attack.

Wakatu’s reply stuttered from the outset. Falcons’ opening bowler Nick Weaver bowled seven overs straight, restricting the score and taking two scalps. He was well supported by Sam Boyce as they applied the brakes.

Wickets fell regularly as Wakatu tried to break out of the shackles, an eighth-wicket partnership of 60 between McLean, 84 from 85 balls, and Rowling, 24, the only combination of substance but when that was broken the end came quickly.

Falcons’ paceman Tarin Mason stepped up to bag four middle order scalps as the home side were dismissed for 190 in the 41st over.

The Dolphins, playing at Jubilee Park, also batted first and scored a healthy 266-8.

Josh Pooole with 79 from 120 balls top scored, Prabodha Arthavidu continuing his recent strong form with 55 from 81. Their partnership of 130 for the fourth wicket was the key to a decent total, which was boosted by a quickfire 39 from 12 balls by Joe Timms down the order. Sam Baxendine, 3-71, was the most successful of the home side’s attack.

WTTU’s reply was steady, Cross opening and putting together 50 from 54 balls to get the ball rolling. Fellow opener Joe O’Connor chipped in with a well-constructed 55 but both failed to go on and as middle order wickets fell, so did the scoring rate. Andrew Drummond, with an unbeaten 65 did his best, but WTTU were always behind the required rate and were unable to up the ante against a steady Dolphins attack. Iain Charles-Jones with 2-27 was the most successful of the visiting bowlers, for whom Poole and Arthavidu proved the hardest to get away.

Meanwhile, in the other two TPL games played on Saturday, Stoke Nayland got home by two runs against ACOB, while Nelson College won by four runs against Wandrers/Motueka.



Falcons 294-4 (Matthew Stretch 123, Cameron Collins 60, Tarin Mason 36, Damien Aitken 3-40, Campbell McLean 3-58) Wakatu 190 (McLean 84, Liam Rowling 24, Mason 4-32, Weaver 2-10). Win to Falcons by 104 runs.

Dolphins 266-8 (Josh Poole 79, Prabodha Arthavidu 55, Joe Timms 39, Sam Baxendine 3-17, Josh Newport 2-57, Tom Cross 2-66) WTTU 242-6 (Cross 50, Joe O’Connor 55, Andrew Drummond 65*, Iain Charles-Jones 2-27). Dolphins win by 24 runs.

Stoke Nayland 201 (Kurt Pahl 65, Brendan Hodgson 37, Clayton Campbell 26, Joseph Gregan 4/43, Jake Milton 3/26, Ollie Jones-Allen 2/39) ACOB 199 (Milton 64, James Graham 33, Joe Higgins 26, Jones-Allen 24, David Zohrab 20, Darius Skeaping 2/11, Liam Clark 2/24, Ben Stark 2/33, Patrick Howes 2/38) Car Company Stoke Nayland won by 2 runs.

Nelson College 268-7 (Patrick Wilson 68, Finn Raxworthy 55, Jack Morris 49, Ronan Restieaux 46, Max Mannering 3/33, Z Mahommad 3/64) Wanderers/Motueka 264. Nelson College won by 4 runs

Kaituna wind coach Malcolm Dodson adjusts the setting on junior shooter Clinton Whyte's rifle during Monday's team shoot. Photo: Peter Jones.

History made on Kaituna range

Victoria McMurdo created history at the Kaituna Rifle Range over Labour Weekend.

The Wellington shooter made light of testing conditions to become the first woman to win the Marlborough Long Range Rifle Shooting Championships.

Her total of 474.36 was 3 points clear of runner up John Snowden from Ashburton with 471.44.

Andre Doyle from Petone was third on 470.33 and local marksman Malcolm Dodson was fourth with 469.37.

The conditions troubled all of the competitors, especially a strong blustery nor’westerly on Sunday. Holding the rifle steady was difficult in the buffeting wind and many shooters lost points from this.

Victoria McMurdo’s smile says it all. Photo: Peter Jones.

McMurdo almost led from start to finish after winning the first range. Some of her closest rivals kept pace for a while but only Snowden stayed in touch until the last range.

Dodson was playing catch-up over the whole weekend after a poor first range score of 43.

The B grade was a very tight competition with only centrals separating the top three.

Jack Cavanagh from Palmerston North won with 460.37, from Daniel Alexander from Malvern on 460.33 and local Clinton Whyte with 460.30.

All three were members of the New Zealand junior teams that contested the World Long Range Championships held in February at Trentham.

Local shooter Jacob Morriss took out the C grade with 431.17.

The FTR class for scope rifles was won by Murray Cook from Asburton with Geoff Smith from Masterton second.

MBC player Arlyn Bull bursts clear to score against Nelson College White. Photo: Peter Jones.

MBC juniors beaten in sevens final

The Marlborough Boys’ College A team finished runner-up in the annual Tasman secondary schools junior sevens rugby tournament staged at Renwick on Thursday.

MBC finished top of their group after pool play, then overcame Queen Charlotte College 28-0 in the top four semis.

In the decider they took on Nelson College A, who had also won their pool and then beaten Nelson College White 29-0 in the semis.

The Nelson College crew proved too strong for MBC in the final, prevailing 21-7.

Motueka beat MBC Blue 24-0 in the 3 v 3 play-off, while Garin College beat MBC Gold 41-0 in the 4 v 4 decider.

Hamish McRae. Photo: Supplied.

Tennis leaders pull away

Renwick CPR extended their lead in the Winebrokers premier tennis competition with a comprehensive win at Pollard Park on Wednesday.

They downed Marlborough Forrest Wines 8-1, showing strength throughout their line-up.

Oscar Sandford-Jury and his father, Dave Sandford, opened proceedings with a 6-3, 6-2 win in a family match-up against Jay and Luca Geris.

Chris Nott and Joseph Sandford-Jury followed up with a 6-1, 6-1 win in the No 2 men’s double to set the tone. Marlborough’s only win of the ties came in the men’s No 3 single when Nott defaulted with shoulder issues.

Renwick’s Meiko Kimura took out the ladies singles 6-3, 6-2 over Sandy Stubbs.

Meanwhile, in a Rapaura derby on the grass courts, Rapaura Wairau Noir defeated Rapaura Wairau Blanc 6-3.

The No 1 men’s double clash turned into a classic, with Blanc’s Ant Walkenhorst and Stephen Dempster outlasting Hamish McRae and Hugh Robinson 6-4, 2-6, 10-7.

Brendon Sutherland and Tony Fenemor levelled the tie with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Hiro Kishida and Richard Marfell, then Glen Cameron and promising newcomer Sina Walter put Noir ahead with a 5-7, 6-1, 11-9 victory in the mixed, over Ben Burridge and Donna Clark.

Singles victories to McRae, Cameron, Sutherland and Fenemor decided the tie in favour of Noir, although Blanc picked up two more wins, Walter having to default her ladies singles clash after rolling her ankle and Burridge winning his singles.

Standings after three rounds: Renwick CPR 50, Rapaura Wairau Blanc 30, Rapaura Wairau Noir 28, Marlborough Forrest Wines 20.


WK+ Presidents Grade results, October 29.

Division 1: MTC Chilli 0 Rapaura Wairau River 4; MTC Power 2 (25) Grovetown Grove Tavern Top Shelf 2 (26); Rapaura Masters 3 Rapaura Just Move 1.

Division 2: Rapaura Pinot 4 Renwick Mighty Four 0; MTC Roger Townley Construction 4 Rapaura Matadors 0; Rapaura Newhawkes 2 (25) MTC Swallows 2 (28); MTC Volleyeurs 1 MTC Swifts 3.

Division 3: MTC Bjorn Again 1 Renwick Rookies 3; Grovetown Grove Tavern Turf & Tackle 0 Rapaura Chardonnay 4; Renwick Rebels 2 (28) MTC Tennis the Menace 2 (30); Renwick Netsetters 4 Renwick Re-strung 0.

Division 4: Renwick Serve us a Double! 4 Rapaura Vines 0; Rapaura Shiraz 3 Grovetown Grove Tavern Platters 1; Renwick Racquets a bye.

Pippa Minhinnick from Rarangi putts during the nine-hole competition. Photo: Supplied.

Golfing juniors show their skills

The Mayfield Motorworld Junior Golf Open was staged at Rarangi on Sunday, October 27.

The event was organised by the Rarangi Junior Golf section and involved players from Marlborough and Nelson, who competed over either 18, nine of six-hole courses at the picturesque seaside links course.

Organisers were delighted with the turnout and the overall standard of play, commenting, “There was a total of 34 entries for the tournament, with some awesome golf being played during the weekend by the juniors. A huge thanks to our sponsors. This will be an annual event and we can’t wait until next year!”

Winners were: 18 hole nett – Jarrah Bensemann (Takaka); 18 hole gross – Connor Winter (Nelson); 18 hole stableford – Kaharoa Bradley (Rarangi); 9 hole nett – Harry Whyte (Marlborough); 6 hole gross – Max Edwards (Marlborough).

Alex Boyce from the Bohally team lines up the goal. Photo: Supplied.

Bohally water polo team claim bronze medal

Bohally Intermediate made the most of their debut in the South Island Intermediate Schools water polo championships, bringing home a bronze medal from the deep south.

It was the first time that the Marlborough school had entered the competition, which was staged in Dunedin from July 25-27 and had 15 teams participating.

In their first match they met last year’s champions, Cobham, and in a very tight match, finished with a 3-3 draw.

The following day they played four tough, physical matches against Southland Girls’ High School, St Hilda’s, James Hargest and Columba, notching wins in all four – 17-1, 14-0, 11-1 and 12-3 respectively.

The Bohally team who enjoyed first-up success in Dunedin. Back row: Jono Poswillo (coach),Ryan Marsh, Izzy Robertson, Jessica Bennett, Liam McIntyre, Scott Keay, Abby Van Grinsven, Paul Sell (assistant coach). Front row: Chloe Sell, Alex Boyce, Hazel Glover, Tilly Watts. Photo: Supplied.
The Bohally team who enjoyed first-up success in Dunedin. Back row: Jono Poswillo (coach),Ryan Marsh, Izzy Robertson, Jessica Bennett, Liam McIntyre, Scott Keay, Abby Van Grinsven, Paul Sell (assistant coach). Front row: Chloe Sell, Alex Boyce, Hazel Glover, Tilly Watts. Photo: Supplied.

Sunday morning saw a crunch match against last year’s runners up, Christ the King, a big, well-drilled team.  In a nail-biting match that Bohally led until the last quarter, they were edged out 4-6.  Despite only having lost one match and having the second-best goal difference, this result meant that they were relegated to a bronze medal match against Columba.

That match mirrored the pool stage result, with Bohally coming away 12-3 winners.

Bohally management said spectators and opposition coaches were effusive in their praise of the way in which the team played and the spirit and fairness they showed throughout the tournament.

What made the tournament result more impressive was the fact that they had only put the team together a few weeks previously after many of the players had performed well at a tournament in Lower Hutt a month ago.

At the prizegiving, two of the team were included in the tournament team (best seven players). They were goalkeeper Alex Boyce and team captain, Ryan Marsh.

The Bohally team praised the help of sponsors Agrivit Ltd, Lorraine Barrett First National and Marlborough Osteopaths.

Tony Lewis with the Mitre 10 Cup. Photo: Supplied.

Tasman rugby boss delighted that “arranged marriage” is working out well 

The Mitre 10 Cup may be residing in the Tasman Rugby Union’s trophy cabinet, but Marlborough and Nelson’s coming together to form a successful top of the south rugby entity has been the highlight of the past few years, according to union chief executive Tony Lewis.

“Over the past six years Marlborough and Nelson have come together as one, that’s been the high point for me.

“And you see the kids, they want to be Mako, they don’t want to be a Griffin, they don’t want to be a Red Devil … I think some of the young kids don’t even know what they are.

“We are just one proud provincial union.”

In just 14 seasons Tasman have risen from competition newbies to NPC champions, an amazingly short time frame.

“It’s even more amusing,” said Lewis, “when you think that it wasn’t so long ago that they were going to kick us out [of the NPC] … then over the last six years we have just built this group of players.

“I remember when we had just four Super Rugby players, now we have got 20-plus Super players. And people want to come and play for us because we have this culture.”

Lewis suggested building from within was the key to success over the past six seasons.

“Kieran [Keane] got the team up into the premiership, then he left a good legacy for Leon [MacDonald], who built it further, then left a good legacy for Andrew [Goodman], Clarke [Dermody] and Shane [Christie].

“It has just created a momentum.

“The key is that when the people had the concept of ‘let’s have a team in the top of the south’ it was to keep people in the region plus attract people to the region. When you look out there [at the 2019 squad] and you see the number of ex-First XV players from the region who are involved, the number of players who have come through our club system … it’s just incredible.”

He cited the fact that, of the 23 Mako players who contested the play-offs, Isaac Salmon, Fetuli Paea, Te Ahirawu Cirikidaveta, Sione Havili, Jacob Norris and Tim O’Malley played club rugby in 2019. Wyatt Crockett, Salmon, Quinten Strange, Ethan Blackadder, Leicester Fainga’anuku and David Havili attended Nelson College.

In the wider squad, Atu and Sam Moli plus Braden Stewart went to Marlborough Boys’ College, while Tima Fainga’anuku was a former Nelson College stand-out.

“Another thing we have taken upon ourselves in the last few years is to, where possible, grow our own coaches,” said Lewis. “We had Kieran and Leon, then Andrew and Shane, both former captains, then Gray Cornelius. So if we can keep on growing our own, then that’s our number one.”

“The key now is building on that, and how we go about that. The biggest problem we will have is if we get a bit complacent about success.”

He was naturally delighted for the Tasman players who put together a ‘perfect’ 12-from-12 winning season, capping it with their 31-14 premiership victory over Wellington on Saturday, but suggested they battled for everything that came their way.

“When I looked out at the final I had this vision that unless you earned the win you were never going to get the win, and you saw them earning that win. Whether it was Will Jordan or Finlay Christie chasing a guy down, they worked and earned everything they got and they deserved the lot.”

He had his own unique view of the Tasman alliance.

“I always thought of it as an ‘arranged marriage’ … you hold hands for the first couple of years and now we are passionately kissing each other and the honeymoon is all on.”

Lewis said the scenes after the final victory summed up the situation.

“This result will go through the top of the south … there are people from Blenheim hugging those from Nelson, it’s just an outstanding result for the whole region.”

Gray Cornelius in pre-match mode. Photo: Shuttersport.

Cornelius tastes immediate NPC success

Tasman rugby’s policy of building coaching strength from within has paid off handsomely this season.

Three members of the successful four-man Mako coaching team learned their trade in the top of the south.

Andrew Goodman, co-head coach alongside Clarke Dermody, was a former Mako captain, then assistant coach under Leon MacDonald from 2016-18.

Shane Christie, another former Mako skipper, followed a similar path while the newest member of the coaching group, Gray Cornelius, stepped up to Mitre 10 Cup level this season after many seasons as First XV coach at Marlborough Boys’ College.

Cornelius, a former Marlborough Red Devils representative, has relished his first taste of coaching at provincial level and laughed off suggestions he may have been something of lucky charm for the team who finally broke their premiership final duck with a 31-14 win over Wellington on Saturday evening.

“Right place, right time,” suggested Cornelius with a chuckle. “I’ve really enjoyed [the coaching] it’s been awesome but I think I may have jumped on the back of a lot of work that’s gone before me, over many years.

“We’ve had some pretty influential people in this union that have done a hell of a lot and I guess [the premiership title] is the culmination of their hard work.”

Cornelius felt sure the Mako’s unbeaten season would provide a huge boost for rugby in the top of the south.

“Absolutely … and we would be foolish if we didn’t leverage off it, to promote our province as a good place to come and play an exciting brand of rugby. That’s probably our goal leading into next year.”

The fact that the people of both Marlborough and Nelson turned out in large numbers for the Mako’s two play-off games was not lost on Cornelius who suggested that may not have happened if the matches were played in the bigger centres.

“I don’t want to sound presumptuous but if this final was played in Wellington I’m not sure you would get the same parochialism … it’s a smaller community here and the support has been awesome.

“Last week was excellent in Blenheim, a big crowd there and another large crowd here for the final – the town’s been humming, there’s kind of an intimate feel.”

Dolphins’ opener Rikki Bovey cuts behind point at Horton Park on Saturday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Dolphins at the double

The Marlborough Labour Hire Dolphins continued their strong start to the Tasman Premier League season with a cricket double at the weekend.

On Saturday they beat Wakatu then, a day later, tipped over fellow Marlborough-based side, the Falcons in the top of the south 50-over competition by four wickets.

The Marlborough derby encounter effectively became a 27-over game after the Falcons were dismissed for 117 just past the halfway mark in their innings at Oliver Park. Cory Golding claimed 2-14 from nine overs and Prabodha Arthavidu picked up 2-20 as the Falcons batting failed to fire. Their best was Cooper Roberts with 30, while Patrick Moran scored 17 to lead the other scorers. Three of the Falcons batsmen were run out.

It took Dolphins just 27 overs to reach their target, for the loss of six wickets. Arthavidu, with 29, top-scored while Rikki Bovey and Jerrym Lamb chipped in with handy runs. Sam Boyce, who claimed 4-29 from nine overs was a stand-out in the field for Falcons.

On Saturday both the Dolphins and Falcons notched wins on Horton Park.

The Dolphins beat Wakatu by 84 runs on the back of a century from Arthavidu as the Dolphins posted 300-8. He struck 13 boundaries and three sixes in his 135-ball unbeaten 140, tormenting the visiting bowling attack. He entered the fray in the seventh over and was undefeated at the close, playing shots all around the wicket.

Bovey, with 67, then Lamb with 40 offered him substantial support.

While Wakatu put up marginal resistance the Dolphins bowlers all picked up tidy wee hauls as they completed the job in a professional manner.

Meanwhile, on the number three ground, the Falcons picked up their second win of the 2019-20 campaign, beating Nelson College by one wicket.

College batted first, their total of 147 appearing under par on a flat Horton Park deck. The accurate Falcons attack regularly picked up wickets after the schoolboys had begun promisingly enough with a half-century opening partnership.

However, once Jack Morris was dismissed wickets fell regularly. Joel Pannell, the experienced Matthew Stretch and left-armer Nick Weaver maintained a stranglehold on the College batsmen as they were dismissed in the 47th over.

Once the run chase begun however, the College total seemed more than adequate. Wickets fell constantly fall as a potpourri of bowlers displayed their wares. Nine bowlers were tried, and most tasted some success. Stretch, however, again showed his fortitude and along with Weaver and Chris Turkington they kept the scoreboard ticking over. Falcons always seemed in control of the run chase but when Weaver’s was the ninth wicket to fall with the scores tied there were some anxious sideways glances. Pannell however eked a single off Finn Restieaux to get the home side home by the narrowest of margins.

Meanwhile, in Nelson Stoke Nayland and ACOB managed comfortable bonus-point victories.

Stoke Nayland extended their stranglehold on the competition with a suffocating demolition of woeful Wanderers/Motueka at Marsden Rec.

After skittling the combined team in just 21 overs, Stoke Nayland then took only 24 only overs to wipe off the deficit.

While ACOB were disappointed to be bowled out in the 37th over at the Botanics, as it transpired their score of 148 was easily adequate.

The slow and low track well suited Jake Milton’s off spin as he was lethal in a ten over spell that netted four wickets for a paltry seven runs.

Saturday: Dolphins 300-8 (Prabodha Arthavidu 140*, Rikki Bovey 67, Jerrym Lamb 40, Campbell McLean 3/49, Jason Campbell 2/53) Wakatu 216 (McLean 65, Campbell 55, Daniel Hooper 33, Bovey 2/13, Lamb 2/35, Cody Golding 2/40, Josh Poole 2/48). Dolphins won by 84 runs
Nelson College 147 (Jarrod McKay 38, Finn Raxworthy 25, Joel Pannell 3/24, Matthew Stretch 2/21, Nick Weaver 2/31) Falcons 148/9 (Weaver 32, Stretch 31, Chris Turkington 21, Jonty Raxworthy 2/11, Rohan Chauhan 2/18, McKay 2/23, Ronan Restieaux 2/28) Falcons won by one wicket.
Wanderers/Motueka 73 (Ben Stark 3/6, Thomas Chambers 3/16, Dylan Eginton, 2/18, Billy Guyton 2/32) Stoke Nayland 76/3 (Dylan Eginton 24*, Max Mannering 2/15). Stoke Nayland won by 7 wickets.
ACOB 148 (Shane White 24, Greg Chitty 24, James Graham 21, Joe O’Connor 2/21, Samboa Tatterton 2/24, Josh Newport 2/40) WTTU 90 (O’Connor 33, Jake Milton 4/7, Joseph Gregan 3/21, Ollie Jones-Allan 2/26) ACOB won by 58 runs.

Sunday: Falcons 117 (Cooper Roberts 30, Cory Golding 2-14, Prabodha Arthavidu 2-20) Dolphins 118-6 (Arthavidu 29, Sam Boyce 4-29). Dolphins win by four wickets.

Oscar Sandford-Jury was in fine form for the table-topping Renwick CPR combination on Wednesday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Renwick premier tennis team make early move

Renwick CPR have taken an early lead in the Wine Brokers Marlborough premier tennis competition after the second round was played on Wednesday.

Renwick scored a convincing 8-1 victory over Rapuara Wairau Noir while, in the other match contested last week, Rapaura Wairau Blanc comfortably downed Marlborough Forrest Wines 7-2.

The Renwick combination, with three members of the Sandford-Jury clan on board, made short work of their clash with the Noir combination, winning 16 sets across the nine games to their rival’s two.

Oscar Sandford-Jury and his father, Dave Sandford, beat Hamish McRae and Glen Cameron 6-3, 6-2 to get the ball rolling, then Chris Nott and Joseph Sandford-Jury downed Tony Fenemor and Adrian Bryant 6-1, 6-2 to clean sweep the men’s doubles.

The singles matches went the same way, except the women’s tussle between Renwick’s Mieko Kimura and Rapaura’s Eveline Apthorp, won by the latter 6-4, 6-4.

The other clash was more evenly poised at the halfway stage. Ant Walkenhorst and Stephen Dempster downed Hamish Morrow and Jay Geris 6-1, 4-6, 10-8 to win the No 1 men’s doubles, Hiro Kishida and Ivan downed Hamish Burrows and George Geris 6-3, 6-4 and Sandy Stubbs paired with Phil Sowman to overcome Ben Burridge and Pauline Fudge to give Rapaura Blanc a perfect 3-0 start. However Marlborough replied with two singles wins, to Walkenhorst over Morrow and Burridge over Jay Geris, to keep their hopes afloat.

But their resurgence was short-lived, with Rapaura finishing with four wins to wrap the points and move to a clear second on the points table.

Standings: Renwick CPR 32, Rapuara Wairau Blanc 22, Marlborough Forrest Wines 17, Rapaura Wairau Noir 12.


WK+ Presidents Grade results, 22 October.

Division 1: Grovetown Grove Tavern Top Shelf 2 (23) Rapaura Masters 2 (30); Rapaura Wairau River 4 MTC Power 0; Rapaura Just Move 2 (28) MTC Chilli 2 (30).

Division 2: MTC Swallows 1 MTC Roger Townley Construction 3; Renwick Mighty Four 1 Rapaura Newhawkes 3; MTC Swifts 1 Rapaura Pinot 3; Rapaura Matadors 1 MTC Volleyeurs 3.

Division 3: MTC Tennis the Menace 3 Grovetown Grove Tavern Turf & Tackle 1; Renwick Rookies 0 Renwick Rebels 4; Renwick Re-strung 4 MTC Bjorn Again 0; Rapaura Chardonnay 0 Renwick Netsetters 4.

Division 4: Rapaura Shiraz 4 Renwick Racquets 0; Grovetown Grove Tavern Platters 4 Rapaura Vines 0; Renwick Serve us a Double! had a bye.