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4 Garrison Officers Mess Tennis Club Extends Unbeaten Home Run in Special Friendly Match Against VRA Tennis Club

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4 Garrison Officers Mess Tennis Club remains unbeaten on their home turf after a special friendly competition against VRA Akosombo Tennis Club over the weekend. The home team secured an impressive 9-2 victory against their opponents, proving their dominance in recent times.

The tournament kicked off with the men’s singles, with former chairman Samuel Ampedu Kyei, popularly known as Kyikyis, setting the pace with a 7-2 win over John Kwasi. Tule Adongo added to the home team’s lead, outclassing his opponent Isaac Narh with a 7-1 victory. Thomas Ohene Effah proved too strong for Nana Kum Sam Awutui, winning 7-4. However, Richmond Kotey of VRA Tennis Club gave his team a glimmer of hope with a 7-3 win over Samuel Aidoo.

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In the doubles events, Captain of 4 Garrison Officers Mess Tennis Club Jonathan Quartey and Ivan Wularu started strong, winning 7-5 against Nana Kum and Acquaye. Thomas Ohene Effah and Kojo Akonia also secured a 7-4 victory against the VRA captain Alfred and Yaw. Despite losing in the singles game, Samuel Aidoo partnered with Tule Adongo to outshine Richmond Kotey and Isaac Narh with a 7-6 win.

Coach Acquah and David Quao-Sarbah of 4 Garrison displayed their dominance in the game as they won 7-6(3) against Godfred Jackson and Daniel Aggrey. The home team continued their winning streak, with Samuel Taylor, George Ayoma, Alex Essuaman, and Nana Attakora all picking up wins.

Fred Yobo and Christian Ativor gave the away club some hope with their 7-4 win over Joshua Mensah and Nana Nsiah.

The impressive victory by 4 Garrison Officers Mess Tennis Club highlights their exceptional talent and skill on the tennis court. For the most part, the home team dominated the game, leaving their opponents struggling to keep up. The tournament was a display of great sportsmanship and camaraderie among the players from both teams. The event was an excellent opportunity for the players to hone their skills and learn from one another, further elevating Ghana’s tennis scene.

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