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RGS boys into semis of Qld Schools Championships

Rockhampton Grammar's Abhinav Sing on court at Victoria Park today.
Rockhampton Grammar's Abhinav Sing on court at Victoria Park today. Chris Ison ROK140917ctennis2

TENNIS: The Rockhampton Grammar boys team is into the semi-finals of the Queensland Schools Tennis Championships.

The RGS boys and girls teams, which are representing Capricornia, both impressed on the courts of Rockhampton's Victoria Park on the opening day of the tournament today.

The boys recorded three wins and a narrow loss to book their semi-final berth, while the girls are also looking good for a semi-final spot after scoring two wins and a loss.

ON COURT: Rockhampton Grammar's Hillary Tjandramulia in full flight at the Queensland Schools Tennis Championships at Victoria Park.
ON COURT: Rockhampton Grammar's Hillary Tjandramulia in full flight at the Queensland Schools Tennis Championships at Victoria Park. Chris Ison ROK140917ctennis1

Ben Funch and Kaz Killoran were both undefeated in their singles matches.

RGS is also firming as the favourite to take out the Queensland Country titles in both the boys and girls divisions.

The championships have attracted teams from across Queensland, with singles and doubles matches featuring as players battle for overall team points.

Play continues from 7.30am tomorrow.

TEAM LISTS

RGS Rebels (boys): Angus Houston, Ben Funch, Abhinav Singh, Kaz Killoran, Cooper Wright

RGS Energy (girls): Hillary Tjandramulia, Charlotte Cowan, Lacey Robertson, Mekensi Mace, Abbey Bates

Topics:  capricornia rockhampton grammar school tennis victoria park



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