DMS find right tone to unlock Digicel's challenge

The latest Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League is well under way and after two rounds of matches, past champions DMS are sitting on top of the table with maximum points.

The weekly round of matches at the South Sound Squash Club saw DMS take on Digicel.

DMS’s Jeff Jones had the match of the night, fighting back from match ball down to clinch the deciding fifth set 14-12.

The biggest matchup of the night was the KPMG grudge clash with KPMG Kman playing KPMG Kobras.

The Kobras had the firepower, claiming a 10-5 victory and the bragging rights to go with it. In what was another nail-biting match, Samantha Hennings of the Kobras went to the fifth set against Kman’s Mark Sparg. Hennings just had the edge over Sparg taking the last game 11-9.

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League veterans UBS played Sotheby’s, with Sotheby’s claiming an 11-4 win. Sotheby’s strategically employed some of the club’s talented juniors with Mischa Kluyver and Jasun Sairsingh both claiming well deserved 3-0 wins for the team. Kali MacLean, another promising junior, narrowly lost in an exciting five set battle after coming back from one game down.

League sponsors Baker Tilly faced off against newcomers Phoenix. Phoenix had an impressive start to the league going into week two at the top of the table but were unable to maintain their momentum, losing 10-4 to the ever strong Baker Tilly team.

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