“We are still trying to find the best thing, the right combinations and combinations that are going to allow us the freedom of playing on all three courts—not having pressure on one or two courts and then we have to win those matches,” Ashworth said regarding his doubles teams. It was then, however, that a Jones serve had clearly gone too far.
“So we are still going to tinker with that as much as we can, the best we can. Mateas, playing it safe, returned the serve, calling it out directly after.
18 Ellyse Hamlin and Kaitlyn Mc Carthy, cruised through their Georgia Tech opponents 6-0. Mateas—who was re-inserted back into the doubles lineup after playing only singles against the Hurricanes—and Chen dropped their set, 6-3.
Bilokin and Chi, meanwhile, battled their way to a tiebreaker, the doubles point relying solely on them with both teams standing by to watch.
The Yellow Jackets have taken six of their past seven meetings with the Blue Devils, dating back to 2013. 3 Duke finally emerged victorious over its counterparts to the south, defeating Georgia Tech 6-1 at Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center.
The Blue Devils began the afternoon with a hard-fought doubles win, a point they had lost their last three matches.
“I’m confident he will flourish in a full-time AFL environment,” Scotland said.
Darley Football Manager Craig Baker was aware of Butters’ prodigious talent at an early age after the young gun won the Under 14 Ballarat Football League Best and Fairest as a bottom age player.
We just got to keep working at it.” In singles, the Blue Devils steamrolled through their first four victories, as No. Mateas was visibly frustrated after the missed call, and went on to lose the next five points as well, squandering the tiebreaker 10-5.By Todd Whelan Darley Junior Football Club product ZAK BUTTERS is on his way to Port Adelaide following his pick 12 selection in last night’s AFL Draft at Marvel Stadium.