Macca’s Lot recruits start season with win

February 09, 2018

The 2018 squash season has started and Macca’s Lot had a great start, thumping Bulldogs.

The 2018 squash season has started and Macca’s Lot had a great start, thumping Bulldogs.

Graham Macpherson has recruited Zaine ‘The Hyphen’ Lewin-How and Sally ‘The Queen of northern Victoria’ Littlewood and they celebrated with all three players winning.

Macpherson beat Colin McBean in four close games and Lewin-How was too good for Bradley Allison.

Littlewood, after missing the last competition due to royal duties, returned to the court to meet her old foe Kelly Christensen.

Littlewoodwon in three games and appears to have returned in great form.

If the Bulldogs do not pick up their game it it likely to be a long season for the crew.

Noel ‘The Ace’ Pearson has teamed up with David ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Hall and the two legends got All Stars off to a win.

Pearson was too good for Chad Parker and David Hall shocked the big crown with a stunning win against Paul Kennedy .

The only shining light for The Fashionvistas was the ruthless form of Ruth Barton.

Barton was brilliant as she dismantled the game of Evie ‘‘The Gym Junkie’’ Parker.

A reminder this might be the final competition and all past players who would like to attend a farewell dinner (date yet to be confirmed) should contact Noel on 0401196043 to express their interest.


Macca’s Lot 3-9-148 d Bulldogs 0-2-105.

Graham Macpherson d Colin McBean 15-17, 15-7, 15-6, 15-9.

Zaine Lewin-Hoy d Bradley Allison 15-12, 15-7, -2-15, 15-5.

Sally Littlewood d Kelly Christensen 15-7, 15-9, 15-11.

All Stars 2-6-120 f The Fashionvistas 1-3-74

Noel Pearson d Chad Parker 15-5, 15-4, 15-13.

David Hall d Paul Kennedy 15-2, 15-1, 15-6.

Evie Parker Lost to Ruth Barton 2-15, 13-15, 15-17.


First: Macca’s Lot 148

Second: All Stars 120

Third: Bulldogs 105

Fourth: The Fashionvistas 74

Best individual performance

No1 seed: Noel Pearson 6-22, 1; Graham Macpherson 5-39, 2.

No2 seed: David Hall 6-5, 1; Zaine Lewin-Hoy 5-39, 2.

No3 seed: Sally Littlewood 6-27, 1; Ruth Barton 6-30, 2.

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