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Central Wimmera Tennis Association to resume

By KATE-LYN PERKIN
The second half of the 2015-16 tennis season gets underway on Saturday, with the pennant draw set to include some good battles.
Natimuk will host second on the ladder Drung South, which is missing key player Emma Ryan for the rest of the season.
Ryan’s injury could affect future Drung South results.
Strong player Janelle Knight will step up and battle Cheryl Sudholz in the top ladies singles, while Lachie King will return for the men.
When St Michaels hosts Horsham Lawn this week, it will hope the Lawn side hasn’t been practicing.
Lawn has been consistent this season and will be tough to beat this weekend.
If St Michael’s includes Jess and Steffi McDonald in its side, it will dominate the ladies draw. St Michael’s should have it over Lawn in the men’s matches.
Central Park will head out to the windy courts and battle Kalkee.
If Kalkee fields its full side this week it will be way too strong for the Parkers, especially if Melissa Beddison and Paula Weidemann step into one and two spots.
In A special, Brimpean, which struggled finding its feet in the first half of the season, will be out to make a stand when it hosts Drung South Blue.

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Posted on Jan 27 2016

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