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Article dated: 9 December 2019 Audience: Public
For the first time in 9-years of competing in New Zealand's Premier Club Competition, Cockle Bay has taken out the title on the 100th anniversary of the competition.
After picking up both doubles against Next Generation, Cockle Bay was in the drivers seat needing 1 more win and a couple of sets from the remaining matches to take the title.
James Meredith and Connor Heap won top doubles 6-3 6-2
Rob Reynolds and Alex Hunt won bottom doubles 7-6 3-6 10-7
Cockle Bays Connor Heap winning the number 4 singles convincingly (6-0 6-1) pretty much sealed the deal and it was all over when Alex Hunt took the 2nd set in the number 3 singles.
The matches were live streamed with an impressive number of viewers.
In the 9-years Cockle Bay has competed we have only missed the play-offs twice.
Huge thank you to our Naming Sponsor, TDDA (The Drug Detection Agency) and sub-sponsors Orix and MC Tiles
Winning this title means so much to our players and supporters.
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