Now all teams have had the bye, the Seymour squash competition ladder situation is clear, with runaway leader.
After a quiet start, Broady Boys have had huge couple of weeks and, with a big win against Bulldogs, are the dominant team.
Tim ‘the Plumbers Crack’ Crump and Colin ‘The Headband’ McBean battled for the sought-after king of the plumbers award.
In an epic battle, it was Crumpy who prevailed in five games with a powerful finish, taking the fifth 15/3.
Crumpy has returned better than ever and has ‘The Ace’ in his sights.
Chris ‘The Glazier’ Conboy continued his great form and was too good for Kelly ‘Lady Gaga’ Christensen.
Conboy lost the first but steadied to win in another close five-game contest.
Macca’s Lot and All Stars were separated by one point, with Macca snatching some crucial points in his loss to Noel ‘The Ace’ Pearson.
The Ace was too good, but Macca’s points proved the difference between the two teams.
Luke ‘Usain’ Boulter and Andrew Croxford won to keep Macca’s Lot in the contest.
Despite the win, Macca’s Lot is on the bottom of the ladder, and will need a big second half of the season.
‘‘Keep calling your lets.’’
Broady Boys 2/8/205 d Bulldogs 1/7/169: Tim Crump d Colin McBean 15/5, 11/15, 15/11, 11/15, 15/3; David Bulluss lost to Bradley Allison 15/17, 15/7, 17/14, 10/15, 13/15; Chris Conboy d Kelly Christensen 13/15, 15/9, 15/3, 10/15, 15/10.
Macca’s Lot 2/6/122 d All Stars 1/4/121: Graham Macpherson lost to Noel Pearson 11/15, 6/15, 7/15; Luke Boulter d Paul Kennedy 15/7, 15/13, 15/6; Andrew Croxford d Ann Allison 15/13, 15/12, 8/15, 15/10.
Two Girls and a Boy — bye.
Broady Boys 608; Bulldogs 584; Two Girls and a Boy 544; All Stars 531; Macca’s Lot 500.
Best individual performance
No.1 seed: Noel Pearson 22/141, 1; Tim Crump 15/199, 2.
No.2 seed: Luke Boulter 21/162, 1; Paul Kennedy 15/175, 2.
No.3 seed: Chris Conboy 22/128, 1; Kelly Christensen 14/109, 2.