9th League A vs. Old Parks

Rain delay, รก la Wimbledon causing the team’s late arrival ‘cos of traffic snarl ups and accidents. Mikey, fresh from his knee operation less than 2 weeks ago, enters court 3, sees Kim warming up and exits, obviously wrong court ‘cos it’s Men’s league. Wrong again, it was his opponent and he desired, infatuated and obsessed for the first game, only getting 3 points. The boyfriend, David was ecstatic and spurred on Rourke more than Christine who succumbed to a thrashing; in his dreams. On goes “Correct” George, in a hurry, not wanting to make his flu symptoms (which surely will not survive their beer drowning) worse and only drops 4 points; a fantastic display that lasted 9½ minutes and OK the man was recovering from a broken collar bone! On goes “diver” Paul and retrieves like a dog, and comes back from 2-1 down to win. A successful return and it is recommended that he wears knee and elbow guards to prolong his playing career. Last up Nick and oops, he is in the art gallery waiting for the assistant, however she does not come (!) and Nick plays “a game of note” to claim maximum points for the team. 9A has yet to loose a match and hopes it can be maintained through the second half of the season. We play Chamber 9B away in the next game and hope they field a full strength side this time other wise the assistance of the Australian Rugby board may have to be sort.

Squash Commentary of the Week

To the Lower League Tournament entrants, good luck. And remember play the ball not the man or the woman.

#1: Paul played Trevor 3-2: 7-9, 9-6, 8-10, 9-4, 9-6

#2: Nick played Mike 3-2: 9-10, 5-9, 9-2, 10-8, 9-2

#3: George played Steve 3-0: 9-1, 9-1, 9-2

#4: Michael played Christine 3-1: 3-9, 9-1, 9-3, 9-3

Match score: 16-5

To clarify some of the comments above for those whose brains do not work the same way as the scribe, he is apparently referring to Kim Bassinger in “9½ weeks”- .