11 players turned up on a scorching hot day for the Mens Doubles, thankyou to Andrew Hamilton who sacrificed himself to make it an even number. So there were 5 pairs drawn out of the hat.
Each pair would play each other once in a 9 game set, all games to be played (so 9-0 was a possible score). The winning pair would be the one with the most match victories, with any ties being settled on games won.
The very consistent pairing of Peter McAughey and Matthew Brooks won all of their matches to claim the title. Tim Mitchell and Mike Wallington were runners up. Everyone seemed to enjoy the day, although after nearly three hours of tennis in the heat several were a little red, weary and grateful it was over!
|Peter McAughey & Matthew Brooks||5-4||Rod Wood & Alex Cornish|
|Dale Wallington & Mick Foster||4-5||Tim Hambly & Adam Baker|
|Tim Mitchell & Mike Wallington||7-2||Tim Hambly & Adam Baker|
|Dale Wallington & Mick Foster||2-7||Peter McAughey & Matthew Brooks|
|Rod Wood & Alex Cornish||3-6||Tim Mitchell & Mike Wallington|
|Tim Hambly & Adam Baker||3-6||Peter McAughey & Matthew Brooks|
|Peter McAughey & Matthew Brooks||6-3||Tim Mitchell & Mike Wallington|
|Rod Wood & Alex Cornish||7-2||Dale Wallington & Mick Foster|
|Tim Hambly & Adam Baker||5-4||Rod Wood & Alex Cornish|
|Dale Wallington & Mick Foster||3-6||Tim Mitchell & Mike Wallington|
|Team||Played||Matches Won||Games Won|
|Peter McAughey & Matthew Brooks||4||4||24|
|Tim Mitchell & Mike Wallington||4||3||22|
|Tim Hambly & Adam Baker||4||2||15|
|Rod Wood & Alex Cornish||4||1||18|
|Dale Wallington & Mick Foster||4||0||11|