Presentation ceremony for the fall trophy winners.
In the Red Flight of 4.5, Greenhill/Rossouw was the only undefeated team taking out Canyon Creek/McHugh and TBar/ McColpin. In the Blue Flight, Brookhaven/ Harllee also went undefeated taking out SamGrand/Hanna and Lakes/Way. The final was a pretty tight affair with Brookhaven taking home a 3-2 win. Two of the lines went 9-7, which is about as close as it’s going to get playing pro sets. I was a little curious how the Greenhill team (with 25 guys on the roster) ended up playing a 4.0 in the final though.
In the Red Flight of 4.0, McKinney/Kanchi went through the field with a 13-2 record, defeating Huffhines/Jayaram, Garland/Sisk and McKinney/Jacobson. In the Blue Flight, there was a tie at 2-1 but Canyon Creek/Nolan edged out Brookhaven/Bartlett by one line, with Greenhill/Davalos and Oak Creek/Iyer close behind. Every team in the Red Flight finished 8-7, 7-8 which should have given some indication that McKinney/Kanchi would take home the title, which it did with a relatively close 3-2 victory.
The start of the old guy leagues is right around the corner. Until then, the only thing that looks a little like Dallas tennis is the FW tri-level cities this weekend where several Dallas guys are playing. Good luck beating up on our brothers to the west.