A week is a long time in squash.
After what many described as the worst defeat in his career, Noel ‘The Ace’ Pearson returned to the winners circle.
He was clearly angry with last week’s loss and Colin ‘The Headband’ McBean was the recipient of a ruthless display of squash from The Ace.
Kennedy went down to Bradley ‘The Kid’ Allison in a great five-game tussle, while Kelly ‘Lady Gaga’ Christensen was singing all the way home after her win against Ann Allison.
Macca’s Lot is second on the ladder after a close battle with Two Girls and a Boy.
Graham ‘Macca’ Macpherson and Chad ‘Yves’ Parker thrilled the huge crowd with a magnificent display of their skills.
In a nail-biting finish, it was Macca who prevailed in five games to set up the team victory.
David ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Hall was no match for Luke ‘Usain’ Boulter. Hall looked slow and outclassed as Usain sprinted around the court.
In his debut match, Warrick Kendell went down to his more experienced opponent Sally ‘The Queen’ Littlewood.
The Queen has returned from the royal wedding in great form and has her sights set on The Glazier in the individual award.
Keep calling your lets.
Bulldogs 2/6/144 d All Stars 1/5/125 Colin McBean lost to Noel Pearson 8/15, 10/15, 10/15; Bradley Allison d Paul Kennedy 13/15, 13/15, 15/13, 15/3, 15/12; Kelly Christensen d Ann Allison 15/9, 15/7, 15/6.
Macca’s lot 2/6/139 d Two Girls And A Boy 1/5/134: Graham Macpherson d Chad Parker 15/7, 10/15, 13/15, 15/13, 15/12; Luke Boulter d David Hall 15/12, 15/5, 15/10; Warrick Kendell lost to Sally Littlewood 9/15, 7/15, 10/15.
Broady Boys — bye.
Two Girls And A Boy 840; Macca’s Lot 820; Broady Boys 785 (bye); All Stars 759; Bulldogs 728.
Best individual performance
No1 seed: 1. Noel Pearson 28/214, 1; Tim Crump 19/270, 2.
No2 seed: Luke Boulter 31/246, 1; Paul Kennedy 19/318, 2.
No3 seed: Chris Conboy 27/169, 1; Sally Littlewood 24/189, 2.