Results: Tennis vs Rustenberg and St Cyprian’s School for Girls

On November 4th, 2016, posted in: Featured, News, Sport, Tennis by

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Tennis_Racket_and_BallsTennis results – 1 and 4 November 2016

On 1 November, Wynberg’s third tennis  tennis played Rustenberg’s third team. The games were played in good spirit despite Wynberg being losing 6-0. Megan Farquar and Na’eela Coleman lost 0-8 in their doubles but well done to Megan for coming back and playing stronger in her singles, eventually losing 8-6. Na’eela played a tough game too but lost 8-3. Jessi Springorum and Robyn Brown, who were Wynberg’s number 3 and 4, fought hard in their doubles match despite losing 8-4. Congratulations to both of them for giving their best efforts in their singles matches depite the result. It was a tough afternoon of tennis but well done to our girls for not giving up.

On Friday, 4 November, the 2nd tennis team played against Springfield. The team played very good matches with results that were very close. Nkhensani Baloyi and Erin Harris won their doubles 8-6. Kayleigh Henderson and Megan Farquar lost their doubles 8-3. Nkhensani won her singles 8-5 but unfortunately Erin lost her singles 8-6. Kayleigh lost her singles whilst  Megan won her match 8-6. The team played very well, narrowly beating Springfield. The girls showed tenacity in the face of some very challanging opposition. Well done!

WGHS 1st tennis team played against St Cyprian’s School for Girls on Friday 4 November. This was the girls first match of the season and despite losing overall, it was a great learning experience for all. Numbers 1 and 2, Katherine Nicholls and Savannah Wiegand lost their doubles 8-4 and both their singles matches. The girls had some good points and some really great ralllies. Isobel Evans and Inge Tripod won their doubles 8-3 and Isobel also won her singles 8-3. Congratulations to Isobel for fighting hard and playing consistently to win her match. Inge unfortunately lost her singles and St Cyprian’s won 4-2 overall. The afternoon was most enjoyable and the girls look to improve for their next match.