Round 2 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League at the South Sound Squash Club saw the early leaders having to dig deep for victory.
Digicel managed to hold on to the top spot by beating DMS 4 matches to 1, but at one stage this could have gone either way.
The C and D players had monumental battles with the result tipping in Digicel’s favor 3-2 for each tie. This left DMS with a lot to do. They claimed a scalp in the B match with a victory from Jasun Sairsingh over Chris Hayman 3–0.
The fourth match was Digicel and Cayman’s Caribbean junior Under-17 champion, Julian Jervis, against Stephen Gilbert of DMS.
Gilbert started strong and gained an early lead, but soon Jervis found his stride and began to dominate the first game closing it out 11-7.
The second game was more decisive with Jervis capitalizing on some errors by Gilbert to claim it 11-3 and the third was much the same to Gilbert’s dismay.
The doubles match also went Digicel’s way.
KPMG Racketeers jumped from fifth up to third with an impressive display against Harmonic Hitters gaining three out of four individual matches.
Their colleagues KPMG Kobras, however, dropped from third to fifth after a tight match up against UBS.
UBS recruited David Finch as their A player, which strengthened their squad considerably giving them one of their two match victories.