New champions to be crowned in road tennis competition
There will be no three-peat for the Belfield All-Whites in this year’s A.S Auto Stop De Village Camp Shotgun Championships.
That’s because Mark “Venom” Griffith and Julian “Michael Jackson” White, who led the side to two consecutive titles in 2013 and 2014 have both left to play with different squads, leading to the breakup of the All-Whites.
Griffith has turned out for the Sauna Heats, while Jackson has joined forces with the Barbarees Hill Monastery.
Four other teams are competing in the tournament which began this morning at the Deighton “Pa” Roach Road Tennis Facility in Bush Hall; Sauna Rejects, Bush Hall Strikers, Belfield Lions and the Dungeon Warriors.
The seven-man tournament is offering a first prize of $7000, second place will get $3000 and third placed, $1000.
The semifinals and finals will continue tomorrow.