Scott’s Equipment’s Pierce Terry topped Baker Tilly’s Richard Reading by one point in the third and deciding game Thursday, 26 Sept., to propel his team into first place in the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League.
It was KPMG, however, that emerged as the top scoring team of week two of the competition with 129 points, edging Scott’s Equipment by eight points for the week.
Scott’s Equipment now tops the standings with 247 points through two weeks, followed by PWC (239), Baker Tilly (215), Walkers (196), KPMG (188), defending champions Grant Thornton (101) and Bedel Cristin (90).
In other week two action, KPMG’s Nitish Bajaj topped Bedell Cristin’s Eugene Reevey in another three-game match decided by one point.
League play will resume on Thursday.