TOD Street is in the hunt for a top-four place after defeating Kapunda by six sets in Barossa, Light & Gawler combined division one tennis on Saturday.
The team’s men absolutely dominated their opponents, and didn’t drop a set all day.
Ben Dickson and Simon Wundersitz showed their superiority in a 9-0 victory, while Dickson also had a 6-0 triumph over Grant Prior in single’s action.
Jose Len also won 6-0. In the women’s sets, there were better results for Kapunda.
Tab MacKenzie and Sarah Johnson took out a thriller over Renata Heintze and Tahlia Kelly.
But the game of the afternoon was Brianna Done and Kelly’s nail-biting 9-8 victory over Helen Mickan and Johnson.
In single’s action, Kapunda was almost perfect.
Amy Turner provided the sole single’s victory for Tod Street – a 6-3 win over Mandy Gerhardy.
Still leading the charge
Xavier Saints made it eight wins in a row with a six-set victory over Vine Vale.
Despite commanding the men’s doubles sets, Vale couldn’t get near the Saints.
Damian McGee was the last man standing in a 7-6 win over Wade Dahlitz.
However, Rob Polito was relentless in his 6-0 victory over Lachlan Neldner.
The Vale had its best result through Wayne Noack, who overcame Francis Pellizzari 6-0.
In the women’s sets, the Saints were in complete control.
Despite Vanesa Lambert and Megan Samain earning a 9-8 win over Melanie Leeflang and Jayne Polito, the Saints won the remaining seven sets.
Polito was in control in single’s action, as she overcame Jodie Dahlitz 6-2.
Tanunda’s sensational form continued with a four-set win over South Lyndoch.
Tanunda was in control of the men’s doubles sets, and claimed a clean sweep.
Peter Griel and Justin Menzel took a 9-3 win over Alan Carmody and Dion Lowe.
However, Carmody got his revenge over Griel in single’s action, beating him 7-5.
In the women’s sets, it was a mixed bag of results.
Belinda Petersen and Lisa Manning combined for a 9-8 win over Sue Ruciack and Ellen Ingham.
Meanwhile, Mel Ruciack toppled Leanne Plowman 7-5 in single’s action.