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Tennis Club Ladies’ Second Team Fight Relegation

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HAILSHAM Tennis Club’s ladies’ second team played their last match in the winter league at home recently to Seaford. After a few losses, the team needed a good result in order to avoid relegation from their division. 

First pair, Narun Chea and Georgia Lee, gave them a good start, winning in straight sets against Seaford’s second pair, Bernie Donaldson and Ruby Clough, 6-3, 6-2. 

The second pair, Barbara Cordner and Stacey Clay, kept up the good work, beating the Seaford first pairing, Liz Weinberg and Emma Levett, 6-2, 7-6. 

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In the reverse legs, Narun and Georgia guaranteed the match with a 6-1, 6-3 win against Liz and Emma. 

Barbara and Stacey made a good start against Bernie and Ruby, winning the first set 6-2, only to be pegged back 2-6 by the Seaford pair. In the championship tie-break decider (first to 10 pints) the Hailsham pair won 10-7 to give the team a clean sweep, 4-0.

They stand at fifth in the table and must wait for teams below them to play their final matches before their fate is sealed.

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