Jessica survives Qld tennis thriller



? JESSICA Perry-Egerton survived an all-Rockhampton semi-final cliffhanger at The Head Queensland State Age Champion-ships at Rockhampton's Victoria Park tennis complex yesterday.

Perry-Egerton next faces Ca- boolture's Kristy Sinclair in to-day's 16 years girls' final.

She will need to draw on all her energy after a 3-6, 6-2, 7-5 win over Rockhampton's Danielle Parsons yesterday.

Another Rockhampton player featuring in today's State finals is Lachlan Hartley.

Hartley will line-up against Sunshine Coast player Travis Boon in his 10 years and under boys' singles final following yes- terday's 6-3, 6-2 win over fellow Rockhampton player Reagan Brown, the top seed.

Barcaldine talent Chelsea Just is also playing for a State title today against Brisbane's Ash- leigh Barti in the 10 years and under girls' final.

Barti reached the decider after her impressive 6-0, 6-0 semi-final win over Gladstone's Dayle Mitchell.

Rockhampton's Rebecca Cook missed a final start after a 6-0, 6-3 loss to Maleny's Alice Watter in the 14 years and under girls' divi- sion.

Gin Gin's Sam Jensen, the top seed in the 14 years and under boys' division, suffered a 6- 4, 6-4 semi-final loss to the Sun- shine Coast's Blake Sweeney.



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