DMS downs Sheriffs

The Security Center Squash League’s round 8 showed that DMS has the determination to overcome the Sheriffs to secure the top spot going into the final night on Thursday.

DMS’s A player Neil Stone-Wigg managed to overcome TSCL Sheriffs’ Dean Watson, a former Cayman national coach.

The match at the South Sound Squash Club seesawed back and forth with each player disguising his shots and sending each other in the wrong direction on numerous occasions.

This took its toll on Watson, who has not been on a squash court for some time, and it eventually showed in his labored movement. Stone-Wigg took the final game 11/8.

Both the B and C Strings were decisive with DMS gaining two 3-0 victories. The D spot was closer and well contested between Jeff Jones of DMS and Dave Evans of TSCL Sheriffs. The games were 1-1 and Evans started to slow down a step letting Jones take advantage of this and close out the next two games.

It was also a clash of Walkers because Walkers Warriors played Walkers Wonders and the Wonders were wondering what the Warriors were doing while claiming victory in the A, B, C and doubles positions only letting the D string slip away.

KPMG 2 gained a good victory over third-placed Aon Giant Killers, keeping them in sight of the championship for the last match of the league.

Erik Fell for KPMG 2 did not stumble against the legendary Marlene West for Aon and took a 2-0 lead.

West rallied and got back, turning the tables on Fell and evened the score 2-2. The fifth, however, was not the same. West and Fell stayed ahead and claimed victory 3-2. KPMG2’s other victories came from Greg Meaker beating Ade Doherty 3-0 and Alex Johnson defeating Alexandra Artuch 3-0.

Aon gained some confidence from Daniel Murphy taking out Tony Riker 3-0, and the doubles tie also went Aon’s way.

DMS’s A player Neil Stone-Wigg managed to overcome TSCL Sheriffs’ Dean Watson, a former Cayman national coach.

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