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The Security Centre Squash League Round 6

Security CentreRound 6 of the Security Centre Squash League demonstrated that The Sheriffs are regaining some control, Walkers have made a stride forwards and Aon have insured a level footing in top spot!
TSCL Sheriffs were out in force and demonstrated their intention with a 5 match to 0 win over SIR AXISS. The Sheriffs Shaun Devine took control of Charlie Riker(11years old) and gained a 2-0 lead, only for Charlie to claim the 3rd game and pressure Devine into a 4th. Devine managed to stay ahead of Riker whilst battling a worried look throughout the final game taking it 11-7. Stuart Bostock The sheriffs c player had a steady start to his match and found himself 1-0 down against Rozlyn Glanfield, this didn’t last as Bostock found his footing and changed the momentum slightly which worked in his favor and allowed him to sneak the next 2 games 11/9 a piece. The 4th was more decisive as Bostock claimed victory 11/3. Mike Cansell, Sheriffs B player proved too strong for the determined Dwight Dube in a 3-0 well controlled match. The A match up was between the unorthodox Frank Brennan and the hard hitting Stephen Gilbert of SIR AXISS team. It was the pace of Gilbert which sent a message to Brennan in the form of a 11/2 demolishing for the first game, this seemed to stir Brennan up and he started to work Gilbert around the court much more effectively in the ends game and scraped the win 12/10. Brennan kept the foot on the gas for the following 2 games and put too much work into the legs of Gilbert taking them 11/5, 11/4.
Walkers gained a healthy 10 points from the match up against KPMG Kobras, it was Kobras captain Samantha Hennings who saved face with a solid performance over Alison Linley, winning in 4 games.
AON had 2 juniors making up their C & D players, It was Jasun Sairsingh who was too speedy and energetic for UBS’s Corbus Pietersen in their 3-0 encounter, but Alexandra Artuch wasn’t so fortunate against UBS’s Paul Smith who eeked out a 3-1 win. Cayman Team mates Marlene West and Myron Blair made up AON’s A & B respectively and both won their ties, although West was pushed to a fifth game against the lefty Cory Scruggs, which she claimed 11/7 to give AON a very tidy 11 points on the night.

The Security Centre  Squash League Standing after Round 6.

1= DMS 58
1= AON 58
3 TSCL Sheriffs 55
4 Walkers 51
5 Digicel Diehards 44
6= SIR AXISS 41
6= UBS 41
8 SSSC All Stars 38
9 KPMG Racketeers 37
10 KPMG Kobras 27