RESULTS: Competition heats up on the tennis court.
RESULTS: Competition heats up on the tennis court. Brenda Strong GLA021012JNRS

Three-way tie at top of table in Kingaroy tennis comp

THREE teams are sitting on top of the ladder in Kingaroy Tuesday night tennis fixtures, with only two matches remaining in the season.

Top teams Newcombes and Frasers went head to head this week.

With 20 games, Jim Corbett led Frasers to victory over the Newcombes 35 to 29.

A strong start was key to the Frasers' win but the Newcombes didn't go down without a fight, pegging back the margin by six games in the last two sets.

Meanwhile, it was a close match between the Moliks and Stosurs.

The Moliks were leading by four at the half-way mark but the Stosurs brought the lead back to two games before the final two sets.

Stosurs' top players, Brock Hayden and Nico Vos, stood up for their team, winning 6-2 to give Stosurs their first win of the season.

In the next match-up, the lead changed hands multiple times when the Coopers faced the Rafters.

The Rafters were leading by two games but the Coopers dominated in the final two sets, 6-2 and 6-1, to score the win.

In the final match, consistency from all four members of team Woodies scored the team a win over Hewitts 37 to 26.

New and returning players are asked to nominate for the new season to start in 2019.

To nominate, call Errol on 4162 2178.

South Burnett

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