Giant Killers make big steps to close the gap on DMS

The sixth round of the Security Centre Squash League created some major moves in the league standings, most notably Aon Giant Killers jumped from fourth place up to second and within just one point of the current leaders DMS.

NCB Group moved off the bottom place with a solid performance too.

Digicel Diehards managed to pull off a fantastic win over the league leaders DMS.

Julian Jervis once again took no prisoners against the experienced Neil Stone-Wigg in the A string, Jervis won 3-0 without giving Stone-Wigg a chance to settle into his crafty and unorthodox game.

It was nevertheless a gallant effort by Stone-Wigg who has played consistently well this season.

Jorge Vera managed to square up the score gaining a 3-0 win for DMS.

Brian Hurley had quite a battle against Joe Rossi pulling off an incredible 3-2 win to set Digicel up with a 2-1 lead.

Then came Derek Tyler (a long time teacher at Prep), a real veteran who has more squash years in him than the whole team put together.

Tyler made his experience count against Jeff Jones, who is a relative newcomer to the game, winning 3-1 giving Digicel the win. The doubles win went to DMS in a close game 15/13.

The only 5-0 whitewash of the night went to Walkers Wonders against KPMG 1 with the closest match being an extremely tight 3-2 win for Claire Kluyver against Shaun Geils.

Geils typically started slowly and found himself 2-0 down, then got himself moving and clawed his way back to 2-2 eventually succumbing to Kluyver’s tenacious will to win as she claimed the victory 15/13 in the final game.

This win moved Walkers Wonders up to fifth position with three rounds to go.

Brian Hurley had quite a battle against Joe Rossi pulling off an incredible 3-2 win to set Digicel up with a 2-1 lead.

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